Sunday January 26, 2020

Being sexist isn’t just an unfortunate personality trait. It’s bad for business

Companies with diverse teams actually have better returns

26th February, 2017
Chief executive of Uber Travis Kalanick Pic: Getty

By now, you’ve probably read the viral blog post by Susan Fowler, a former engineer at Uber who lifted the lid on an internal culture of harassment and retaliation.

The chief executive, Travis Kalanick, former Trump adviser – who once referred to the company as “boober” because it helped him attract women – expressed shock and promised “justice”.

Following an all-hands company meeting, 118 members of the San Francisco...

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