This is the language that an Uber recruiter used to discuss its sexism problem
So it appears that some Uber recruiters are aware of the sexism problems at the ride-hailing giant.
After Mashable published an interview with senior software engineer Kamilah Taylor, who publicly shared (on Twitter) her awkward interaction with Uber, another potential recruit sent his experience.
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Genady Okrain is the founder of an app called Momento GIFs and is based in San Francisco, where Uber is headquartered. It’s no secret that the company is aggressively hiring. Uber reported having more than 9,000 employees in early January. That changed to more than 11,000 in late February.