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Uber: The Employees Speak

There is one thing about Uber that everyone agrees on. The global ride-sharing service that transformed the way people get around in major metropolitan areas has a remarkable capacity make news. The problem is, not all of the headlines it generates are good. For every positive news item — securing an astonishing 69% of the US market, say, or launching a new service providing wheelchair-accessible vehicles, or positioning itself for what looks to be one

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Uber Drives Off Without Accountability

Do you want to do business with organizations who do not have values, ethics or care about the people they do business with? Do we value a service so much that we will look the other way when people and organizations break rules, or even worse, laws? How can accountability drive organizational performance?

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