Uber has behind releasing the commentary for its internal
examination into passionate nuisance until the finish of May,
according to an inner memo sent by house member Arianna
In February, Susan Fowler, a womanlike former operative at Uber, said
in a widely examination blog post that managers and human resources
officers at the company had not punished her manager after she
reported his neglected passionate advances, and even threatened her
with a bad opening review.
Huffington sent the memo to employees on Thursday, and said
the house subcomittee had granted a ask for some-more time to
finish the comment and the examination is being extended
to “ensure that no mill is left unturned”.
The memo states that the inner report is expected by the
finish of May. Huffington had creatively pronounced the investigation
would be finish by the finish of April.
The ride-hailing organisation hired former US Attorney General Eric
Holder and Tammy Albarran, who are partners at the law firm
Covington Burling, to control a examination of the claims as
good as ubiquitous questions about farrago and inclusion.
According to Recode, Holder
has not had the event to talk several pivotal total in
the investigation, including top human resources executives. He
plans to do so in the coming weeks.
Chief executive Travis Kalanick called the
allegations by Fowler “abhorrent and against all Uber
stands for and believes in.”