In a recent blog post, car service app Uber pledged to sign up 1 million female drivers globally by 2020.
Currently, some 14 percent of its 160,000 drivers in the U.S. are female. The company didn’t offer comparable global figures, but apparently it adds thousands of new drivers each month.
In an interview, Uber General Counsel Salle Yoo said women might find working for the company worthwhile because “Uber does not require (minimum) hours, and it does not require a schedule. It offers the chance to be entrepreneurial, the chance to balance work and family.” Continue reading “Uber Wants 1 Million Female Drivers by 2020 #gender #diversity #inclusion @Uber”