Every day, we’re working to champion policies and support of equal rights causes.
Our commitment to equal rights
Through community outreach, training, and recruitment and retention, we’re helping to foster a workplace where everyone can be authentic to who they are.
We collaborate with inspiring members of the LGBTQ+ community to celebrate and sponsor Pride events around the world.
Uber is consistently ranked as one of the best workplaces for LGBTQ+ equality.
The UberPride Employee Resource Group aims to build a workplace and community where LGBTQ+ individuals can feel welcome, supported, and empowered to be their best selves.
Uber for everyone
Process, resources, and technology are put to work so that Uber can be a welcoming platform for riders and drivers and a supportive place to work for employees, who represent more than 70 countries.
When the United States travel bans were enacted in early 2017, our help for drivers and their families who were affected extended to reuniting dozens of families and providing free legal assistance to hundreds more.
We continue to speak out and take action against efforts that undermine our values of inclusion and equality. In response to the DACA reversal, we provided free legal assistance to DREAMers—children who were born to immigrant parents—and joined the Coalition for the American Dream to urge Congress to find a bipartisan legislative solution.
People who work at Uber come from many different backgrounds. Our Employee Resource Groups (ERGs), led by employees, help to offer community, build belonging, foster our mission and values, and serve as sounding boards for global inclusion while maintaining a localized focus.
Bo Young Lee, Chief Diversity and Inclusion Officer, Uber
Uber is allying with global organizations to help support girls and young women who want to advance their careers in technology.
Driving has historically been a male-dominated industry. Uber pledged to sign up 1 million women as drivers by 2020, and that number was surpassed in July 2017.