There’s no doubt that ride-sharing service Uber has changed lives. Thanks to Uber and other companies like it, it’s never been easier to catch a ride or to earn a few bucks from owning a car.
Khosrowshahi has been working to overhaul the company culturesince he took the job in 2017, and he’s been open about owning up to the company’s mistakes, if not always in public than at least to employees in all-hands meetings.
So how Uber doing as a culture in the eyes of employees?
Business Insider has seen a copy of the company’s latest employee survey (Uber conducts the survey every six months). And one good sign is that Uber is asking its employees difficult questions, including things like if they feel like they can speak up about ethical violations witout fear of retailation (71% say yes, they feel they can).
So here’s a look at how Uber employees really feel about working there, based on survey scores