Finally, some evidence that Uber is taking sexual harassment allegations seriously.
Amit Singhal, formerly Uber’s senior vice president of engineering, has resigned after reports surfaced of him leaving his previous job at Google due to sexual harassment allegations, Recode reported Monday.
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The news comes just a week after Susan Fowler Rigetti brought attention to Uber problems with a toxic work culture and sexism in the workplace with a blog post on her personal experienceUber CEO Travis Kalanick said he would conduct a thorough investigation of the matter with Attorney General Eric Holder and Uber board member Arianna Huffington. Read more…