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"To help Uber reach its highest potential, diversity and inclusion needs to be at the core of everything we do." - Dara Khosrowshahi, CEO.

We want to create a workplace that is inclusive of everyone, where every person can be their authentic self, and where that authenticity is celebrated as a strength. Read more about Diversity & Inclusion at Uber.

Who We Are

We believe that by solving some of the biggest problems of our time, we can create a future where there is limitless freedom of movement for people and things all across the world. Just talk to our people — and feel their passion, optimism and curiosity for building solutions every single day on behalf of drivers, riders, couriers, eaters and employees.

While the tough problems we face everyday can be incredibly difficult to figure out, we believe those same problems enable us to personally grow the most. So we welcome people from all backgrounds who have the passion to change the world and also want to help create a supportive and collaborative environment. So that ultimately, we can learn together, solve together, build together, and move the world forward together.

The People Who Move Uber

Created and operated by employees, our employee resource groups (ERGs) are working on ways to further build and improve our culture across the world. In 2017, our ERGs expanded from 2,000 members to almost 7,000 across the company.

  1. Women of Uber
  2. LadyEng
  3. UberParents
  4. UberHue
  5. Los Ubers
  6. UberPride
  7. And many more
Benefits at Uber include
  1. Unlimited PTO policy
  2. 17 weeks maternity leave // 6 weeks parental leave
  3. Access to Employee Resource groups (ie Los Ubers, Women @ Uber, UberPRIDE)
  4. Monthly Uber credits
  5. Medical, dental & vision coverage
  6. Free lunch/dinner
  7. Phone & gym reimbursements
  8. Competitive salary package
Continuing to Stand Up for What’s Right

We publicly support policies that drive diversity and inclusion in the countries where we operate so that people everywhere have the right to live, work, and be their authentic selves.

For example, we’ll continue to stand for causes that defend the rights of immigrants. We’re proud to be a member of the Coalition for the American Dream, a group committed to urging the U.S. Congress to pass legislation to help keep children born in the U.S. to immigrant parents—also known as Dreamers—from being deported. In the months prior to the end of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program, we hosted town halls for drivers in cities with large populations of Dreamers, with immigration lawyers on site to help answer their questions.

We also created a fund for legal support and assistance to Dreamers, with a focus on cities where they need the most help. And we will continue to speak out against efforts that undermine our values of inclusion and equality, as we did when citizens from Muslim-majority countries were banned from entering the U.S.

We’ll also continue to stand up for LGBTQ+ causes. We’re proud to have joined the Human Rights Campaign’s Business Coalition for the Equality Act and supported federal legislation in the U.S. that would ensure equal protections in the workplace for members of the LGBTQ+ community.