Uber extends research into sexual harassment
Taxi service Uber has been research into sexual harassment extended. At the end of may to report on the results.
That has Arianna Huffington, head of the board of directors of Uber, let us know in a message to staff. The council has a request for the survey period to extend granted.
The research was set up in February by Uber launched after the former employee Susan Fowler in a blog post told how she from her first day had any form of sexual harassment within the company.
Eric Holder, the former minister in charge of the investigation, according to sources of Recode not yet had time to get certain key people to interview. He has yet to speak with the top of the HR division, which according to Fowler played a key role in sexual harassment.
Uber was in the past few months, central in multiple scandals. The taxi service is also, for example, Google accused of stealing documents about self-propelled autosoftware, something Uber denies. Several senior employees have left recently the company.