For Uber to get past its series of scandals and transform itself into a kinder, gentler Uber 2.0, it will likely have to follow a long and winding path.
Fortunately for the ride-hailing company, former US Attorney General Eric Holder has given it a roadmap.
On Tuesday, Uber released the report from Holder and his private law firm that was based on their months-long investigation into harassment, discrimination, and retaliation at the company. The report recommended 47 steps the company should take to turn around its culture.
The recommendations focus on four key themes: trust, transformation, accountability, and the ‘tone at the top’. Already, Uber’s board has agreed unanimously to follow the suggestions, and CEO Travis Kalanick has taken a leave of absence, allowing the company to start with a blank slate.
Here are all 47 recommendations — and what they mean for the $69 billion company:
These are the 47 things Uber has agreed to do to change its company culture – Business Insider