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Uber’s Chief People Officer Liane Hornsey resigned following a probe into how she handled racial discrimination at the company.

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 Posted 3 years, 11 months ago

Classic Uber move.

Anonymous whistleblowers alleged that Hornsey, who had been in the role of top HR executive and spokesperson for a year and a half, had systematically dismissed internal complaints of racial discrimination and made derogatory remarks about Bernard Coleman, the company’s global head of diversity and Uber brand chief Bozoma Saint John, who left Uber in June.


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     3 years ago

    There must be so much more to this story.    I am sure many rumors and conspiracy theories will arise.

    I will start one now.  She was obviously abused, controlled, and pressured working for Uber during her tenure.  She had no chance to make changes, she was treated as a puppet to spew beautifully PC thngs, and now will take the fall as a scapegoat.

    and she is a woman.  Par for the course.

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       3 years ago

      I'd hate to say it, but this is probably true.  Maybe not all of it, but I am sure most of it.

      That kind of toxic culture won't change overnight.  

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     3 years ago

    Is there anyone decent who works at Uber?

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     3 years ago

    This woman was a total puppet. She was used as a woman and spat out like any other discriminated women at Uber.

    I'd like to believe she as a victim too, but I think she definitely willl leave her mark in history as part of the problem than the solution.

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     3 years ago

    I only have one rule for my children - Do not work at Uber!

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     3 years ago

    Even the few girls at Uber are corrupt.