Above all: Harassment Scandal

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Uber has spent days gone by two weeks embroiled in its biggest PAGE RANK (and HR) crisis ever.

But according to a report within Business Insider , the company’ s mind of operations, Ryan Graves, continues to be missing from the office. Graves utilized to oversee HR in his role within operations, and was Uber’ t first CEO before Travis Kalanick.

As per a Business Insider source, Graves has “ disappeared from the office, hasn’ t already been seen or heard from within days. ” Uber employees believed to BI that Graves’ absence supposed he could be the one taking the discover Uber’ s harassment scandal.

Uber’ s current clutter of problems started when Leslie Fowler Rigetti, a former engineer in the company, published a blog post setting out the discrimination, harassment, and sexism she and other women faced in Uber. Her blog post was accompanied by similar stories from other women who have worked at Uber, then, accusations that Uber was trying to blacken her, a video of Kalanick shouting at an Uber driver, and to best it all off, news that Above all ran a secret program in order to evade government officials who were utilizing the app.

And prior to all that started, Uber was already below fire for Kalanick’ s since-resigned role on President Donald Trump’ s business advisory council, together with its decision to operate during a Nyc taxi strike against Trump’ t Muslim ban in January.

Needless to say, Uber’ s a new rough go of it. And evidently, over much of it, Graves continues to be nowhere to be found.

“ I wouldn’ t be amazed, ” an Uber employee informed Business Insider about the possibility of Graves taking fall. Other Uber employees informed BI that Graves’ reduced presence with Uber started in August, before the newest crisis.


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