Uber settles employee discrimination lawsuit for $10 million
Uber will pay $10 million to settle a discrimination and hostile workplace class action lawsuit filed last year on behalf of 420 women and minority engineers.
Why it matters: It has been a year of reckoning for Uber, and for the broader tech industry, when it comes to workplace treatment women and other underrepresented minorities.
“This settlement involves claims dating back to July 2013 and, while we are continually improving as a company, we have proactively made a lot of changes since then. In the past year alone we have implemented a new salary and equity structure based on the market, overhauled our performance review process, published our first Diversity & Inclusion report and created and delivered diversity and leadership trainings to thousands of employees globally.”