We are committed to being a company that treats everyone equally and will not tolerate discrimination, harassment or racism of any kind.
Anti-racism education for riders and drivers: Together with experts, we will develop new anti-racism and unconscious bias training for drivers and riders, starting in the US and Canada.
Specialized training for customer support: We will offer our customer support agents specialized training on bias and discrimination, and commit to making it easier for anyone to report incidents to us.
Hiring an Inclusivity & Accessibility product lead: This person will partner with the Fairness Working Group with a mission to design and build products that are free from bias and meet the needs of all our customers
Formalizing and expanding our Fairness Working Group: Bringing together a working group to examine the impact of our products on communities. This team will work to identify instances of racial bias within our products.
Expanding opportunities for diverse talent: We will further expand the pipeline of Black and other underrepresented technical workers by broadening our internship and fellowship programs in partnership with global NGOs.
Pay equality, full stop: Three years ago, we analyzed our salary data and made adjustments to achieve pay equity on the basis of race and gender. We will continue to focus on maintaining this important measure of equity going forward.
Double our Black representation in leadership by 2025: We plan to double Black representation in leadership by 2025 through pipeline development and hiring. We define leadership as those with Director titles and above, representing the five most senior levels at Uber.
Providing transparency on our progress: We will continue to publish an annual Diversity Report and expand it to include data on intersectionality and self-identification.
Doubling the talent pipeline: We want to create pathways for drivers, delivery people and Uber customer support staff, many of whom are people of color, to advance their careers. We aim to double the pipeline of people who want to pursue corporate or other opportunities with Uber by 2025.
Training on cross-cultural management: We understand it is our responsibility as an organization to help individuals manage inclusively. We will offer training to all Uber managers on inclusive management and cross-cultural competency.
$10M to support Black-owned businesses over two years: In addition to previously committing $1M to the Equal Justice Institute and Center for Policing Equity, we commit to a $10M investment over the next two years to advance the success of Black-owned small businesses by driving demand via promotions and other merchant support.
Expanding $0 Delivery Fee for Black-owned restaurants through 2020: In addition to extending the $0 delivery fee for Black-owned restaurants for all of 2020, we are taking steps to more effectively identify and highlight the diversity of restaurants on our platform, including Black-owned restaurants, permanently.
Double supplier spend with Black-owned businesses: We will strengthen and expand our supplier diversity program with the goal of doubling spending with Black-owned businesses and contractors.
Supporting your right to march peacefully: As a company that powers movement, we want to help everyone move freely and safely while marching for racial equality. That is why we are sharing the ACLUs Protesters Rights resource to help keep those who are marching during the 2020 March on Washington informed.