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Helping you move what matters

Organizations are shifting the way they work while we all move toward recovery. Get the control you need to offer employee rides and meals while staying on budget, so your team gets time to focus on a job well done.

Keeping businesses in motion

Move your team and your community

Give your people the flexibility to get to work when transportation options may be limited. Shape work travel by setting spending limits, times, and ride types.

Order meals wherever your team works

Help your team feel motivated with food that’s often delivered in under 30 minutes on average.* Offer work-from-home meals that help your team stay focused.

Engage and appreciate your customers

Show your gratitude by giving clients an Uber Voucher for joining virtual meetings and events. They’ll get to ride on their terms, and you only pay for what’s used.

Helping keep the community healthy

The safety and well-being of everyone who uses Uber is always our priority. By focusing on moving what matters, we hope to do our part to flatten the curve. In addition to supporting public health authorities, we ordered disinfectant sprays and face masks for drivers and delivery people and launched no-contact deliveries on Uber Eats.

Committed to supporting our healthcare heroes

In an effort to help flatten the curve, we’ve pledged 10 million free rides and meals to aid frontline healthcare workers, seniors, and other communities in need. The Uber Health team is also working with organizations of all sizes to connect frontline healthcare workers to transportation to get to and from patients’ homes as well as between facilities.

What our customers are saying

  • “Our customers can get to their vital jobs at hospitals, restaurants, grocery stores, warehouses, and senior care centers through our partnership with Uber.”

    —Sohail Aslam, CTO and Co-Founder, PayActiv

  • "In challenging times like these, having access to Uber Eats couldn't be more timely for Talkable.”

    —Nataliia Fisunenko, Operations Coordinator, Talkable

  • “Offering Uber Eats to our team is a great way to show our appreciation during this time, as well as to help support our local economy and restaurants.”

    —Reena Scoblionko, VP of People, GoodRx

  • “Uber Health allows us to provide seamless transportation to and from our many sites for our essential healthcare workers—ensuring one less worry for the people taking care of patients during this national crisis.”

    —Joseph Mazzella, Finance Director, Maimonides Medical Center


Your questions, answered

How are companies using Uber Eats for their employees and customers?

What are some crisis-management safeguards I can set up to help mitigate risk for my business travelers?

How have other global companies decreased information gaps and ensured that they’re meeting duty-of-care obligations?

Where can I find more information about how Uber is helping to flatten the curve and keep its communities safe?

How has Uber’s Global Head of Travel and Expense approached redefining travel policies during the global crisis?

Can my essential workers still use Uber to help them get to work, and what measures are being taken to help drivers be healthy and safe?

*Source: Internal Uber data, 2018