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Score de culture

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A+
4.7/5

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Score du PDG

Top 5 %Top 5 % d’entreprises de taille similaire sur Comparably
Dara Khosrowshahi Uber's CEO
Dara Khosrowshahi
88 /100

Uber Mission, vision et valeurs

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Déclaration de mission

We reimagine the way the world moves for the better.

Énoncé de vision

Uber’s mission is to reimagine the way the world moves for the better. We started in 2010 to solve a simple problem: how do you get access to a ride at the touch of a button? More than 25 billion trips later, we’re building products to get people closer to where they want to be. By changing how people, food, and things move through cities, Uber is a platform that opens up the world to new possibilities. We welcome people from all backgrounds who seek the opportunity to help build a future where everyone and everything can move independently. If you have the curiosity, passion, and collaborative spirit, work with us, and let’s move the world forward, together.

Valeurs

  • Go get it
  • Trip obsessed
  • Build with heart
  • Stand for safety
  • See the forest and the trees
  • One Uber
  • Great minds don't think alike
  • Do the right thing

Uber Coup d’oeil sur la culture

Les employés 465 chez Uber ont examiné Uber dans diverses dimensions culturelles, en donnant leur avis sur des sujets allant des évaluations des dirigeants au rythme de travail. La dernière revue était aujourd’hui.

Globalement, les employés de 465 Uber donnent à leur direction une note de A+, ou Top 5% entreprises de taille similaire sur Comparably. Cela inclut des évaluations spécifiques de leur équipe de direction, de leur chef de la direction et de leur gestionnaire.

Employés à Uber sont satisfaits de leur rémunération totale à Uber , qui comprend une combinaison de rémunération, d’actions et d’équité, ainsi que d’avantages.

Dans l’ensemble, les employés de Uber sont extrêmement heureux avec leur équipe. 465 Les participants notent la qualité de leurs collègues à A+ . La majorité croit que les réunions de Uber sont efficaces et la majorité se réjouit d’interagir avec ses collègues.

La majorité des employés de Ubercroient que l'environement chez Uber est positif. La plupart des participants croient que le rythme de travail chez Uber est confortablement rapide . Envirion 48% des employés chez Uber travaillent 8 heures ou moins, pendant que 5 % d’entre eux ont une journée extrêmement longue - plus de douze heures.

Dans l’ensemble, les employés de Uber sont heureux, basé sur leurs évaluations globales des perspectives futures, de la perception des clients et de leur enthousiasme à l’œuvre.

Informations sur la société

Adresse
1455 3rd St
San Francisco, CA 94105
United States of America
Site Internet
www.uber.com
Fondé
2008
Réseaux sociaux

Description de l’entreprise

We reimagine the way the world moves for the better.

Dirigeants clés

Nom et titre
Bio
Dara Khosrowshahi  CEO / President
Dara Khosrowshahi
CEO / President
Dara Khosrowshahi is the CEO of Uber, where he manages the company’s fast-growing business in 63 countries around the world and leads a global team of more than 22,000 employees. Dara was previously CEO of Expedia, which he grew into one of the world’s largest online travel companies. A seasoned executive with a background in both engineering and finance, Dara oversaw a number of acquisitions that bolstered Expedia’s offerings and aggressively invested in mobile, which now accounts for more than half of Expedia’s traffic. He was also beloved by Expedia’s employees and named one of the Highest Rated CEOs on Glassdoor. Dara was promoted to Expedia CEO after serving as the Chief Financial Officer of IAC Travel, a division of IAC, which purchased Expedia in 2002 and spun it off in 2005. He was also instrumental in the expansion of IAC’s portfolio of travel brands. Before joining IAC, Dara served as Vice President of Allen & Company and spent a number of years as an analyst. He currently serves on the Board of Directors of Expedia and was previously on the board of the New York Times Company. He’s a passionate advocate for refugees in crisis around the world, having himself left Iran during the Iranian Revolution at the age of 9. Dara grew up in Tarrytown, New York, and received his bachelor’s degree in engineering from Brown University.
Nelson Chai  Chief Financial Officer
Nelson Chai
Chief Financial Officer
Nelson Chai is Chief Financial Officer at Uber. Nelson brings more than a decade of experience in senior positions at some of the world’s leading publicly traded financial services and insurance companies. He joined Uber from the Chicago-based Warranty Group, an insurance and warranty provider, where he was CEO. Previously, he spent more than 5 years at CIT Group, where he most recently served as President. Before that, he was Chief Financial Officer of Merrill Lynch & Co.; NYSE Euronext, the parent company of the New York Stock Exchange; and Archipelago Holdings, the first fully electronic stock exchange in the United States. Nelson serves on the boards of Thermo Fisher Scientific and the University of Pennsylvania School of Arts and Sciences. He earned a Bachelor of Arts in economics from the University of Pennsylvania and a Master of Business Administration from the Harvard Business School.
Jill Hazelbaker  Senior Vice President, Marketing & Public Affairs
Jill Hazelbaker
Senior Vice President, Marketing & Public Affairs
Jill Hazelbaker is the Senior Vice President of Marketing and Public Affairs at Uber, leading the global teams responsible for the company’s marketing, communications, and public policy efforts. Before joining Uber, Jill led communications and public policy at Snap Inc. Before Snap, Jill worked for Google, where she led communications across Europe, Middle East, and Africa, as well as government relations in Europe. Earlier in her career at Google, Jill ran the company’s corporate communications team. Jill began her career in U.S. politics, having held leadership roles on many local, state, and federal election campaigns. In 2009, Jill served as Press Secretary to New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg during his successful re-election campaign. In 2008, Jill was the National Communications Director and Chief Spokesperson for the late Senator John McCain’s presidential campaign. In 2020, Jill was named in both Fortune and AdAge’s 40 Under 40 lists, recognizing her as a prominent female leader in the technology industry. An Oregon native, Jill now lives in San Francisco with her husband and 3 young children, and their golden retriever.
Tony West  Chief Legal Officer
Tony West
Chief Legal Officer
Tony West is Senior Vice President, Chief Legal Officer, and Corporate Secretary at Uber, where he leads a global team of more than 600 in the company’s Legal, Compliance and Ethics, and Security functions. Previously, Tony was Executive Vice President Public Policy and Government Affairs, General Counsel and Corporate Secretary at PepsiCo, a Fortune 50 corporation with net revenues of more than $63 billion and a product portfolio that includes 22 brands like Gatorade, Tropicana, and Frito-Lay. Tony has more than 20 years of experience in the public and private sectors. Prior to joining PepsiCo, Tony was twice confirmed by the Senate to serve as a senior official in the Obama administration. From 2012 to 2014, Tony was the Associate Attorney General of the United States, the US Department of Justice’s third­?ranking official, where he supervised many of the department’s divisions, including the Civil Rights, Antitrust, Tax, Environment and Natural Resources, and Civil Divisions, as well as the Office of Justice Programs, the Office on Violence Against Women, and the Community Oriented Policing Services Office. As Associate Attorney General, Tony pursued several financial institutions for their roles in precipitating the 2009 financial crisis, securing nearly $37 billion in fines and restitution for Americans who were harmed. From 2009 to 2012, Tony was the Assistant Attorney General of the Civil Division, the largest litigating division of the Justice Department. As Assist
Sundeep Jain  Chief Product Officer and SVP Engineering
Sundeep Jain
Chief Product Officer and SVP Engineering
Sundeep Jain is Chief Product Officer and SVP Engineering, responsible for the company’s global Mobility and Delivery products, including engineering, product management, design, data science, and product operations. Before joining Uber, Sundeep was Vice President of Product Management at Google within the Search Ads group, where he worked on connecting users' commercial intent with advertisers, including quality, pricing, and user experience. Sundeep also worked on enabling local commerce by connecting users with local advertisers across both maps and search. Earlier in his career, Sundeep was Vice President at Zynga, and a founder of a tech start-up that was acquired by FIS, a public company with $100 billion enterprise value. ?Sundeep earned a Bachelors of Science in Computer Engineering from UC Berkeley with highest honors and a Masters of Business Administration from Harvard Business School, where he was a Baker Scholar.
Andrew Macdonald  Senior Vice President, Mobility & Business Operations
Andrew Macdonald
Senior Vice President, Mobility & Business Operations
Andrew Macdonald is the Senior Vice President of Mobility and Business Operations at Uber, responsible for the company's global ridesharing operations and other mobility businesses including public transit partnerships and micromobility. Andrew also oversees core business functions including business development and corporate (B2B) offerings. Prior to this role, he served as the Vice President for Uber's Americas operations. Uber is a continuation of Andrew’s start-up ambitions, as he founded two start-ups in the years before his time at Uber. Prior to entrepreneurial pursuits, Andrew was a management consultant with Bain & Company. Originally from Toronto, Andrew is passionate about developing the entrepreneurship ecosystem and supporting causes close to his heart. He sits on the board Rise Asset Development, which provides microfinancing and mentorship to entrepreneurs living with mental health and addiction challenges, and advises a number of other local start-ups.
Pierre-Dimitri Gore-Coty  Senior Vice President, Delivery
Pierre-Dimitri Gore-Coty
Senior Vice President, Delivery
Pierre-Dimitri Gore-Coty is the Senior Vice President of Delivery, responsible for Uber Eats and the company's grocery and other on-demand delivery offerings, overseeing business strategy and operations in more than 6,000 cities across 45+ countries. Prior to this role, he served as the Vice President for Uber's ride-hailing business outside of North America. After spending time at Goldman Sachs, starting a hedge fund at the age of 26, and harnessing a big urge to build something, Pierre joined Uber as the General Manager of France in 2012, launching Paris, Uber’s first international city. As one of the earliest members of the team, he scaled Uber across Europe before taking on the challenge of international expansion. He now brings his experience and expertise to Uber Eats. As a business leader, Pierre champions diversity and inclusion, and has become a driving force to empower women within and outside Uber. Pierre is an Executive Sponsor of the Women of Uber Employee Resource Group and a strong proponent of new ways to attract and retain female talent at Uber. He is a French citizen and lives in Amsterdam with his wife and two sons.
Bo Young Lee  Chief Diversity and Inclusion Officer
Bo Young Lee
Chief Diversity and Inclusion Officer
Bo Young Lee leads Uber’s diversity and inclusion efforts in the company, with our stakeholders, and in the communities where we operate. Bo partners with senior leadership, including CEO Dara Khosrowshahi, to build a work culture where radically diverse and inclusive teams drive innovation, accelerate growth, and build a work culture and systems where all employees have the opportunity to excel and grow to their highest potential. Prior to joining Uber, Bo was the first Global Diversity and Inclusion Officer for the Risk and Insurance Services businesses for Marsh and McLennan Companies. Bo also launched and led Aon/Hewitt Associates’ Global Emerging Workforce Solutions consulting practice and held diversity leadership roles at Ernst & Young and National Grid. Bo served as a Director of Advisory Services at Catalyst, the leading nonprofit focused on the advancement of women in business. As a consultant and thought leader, Bo has enabled dozens of clients to achieve their diversity and inclusion goals. Past clients include Marriott International, Northern Trust, John Deere, Allstate, Booz & Co., Discover, Aon, Human Rights Campaign, and McKesson. Bo has an MBA with distinction from New York University’s Stern School of Business and a BBA magna cum laude from the University of Michigan’s Ross School of Business.
Gus Fuldner  Senior Vice President, Safety & Core Services
Gus Fuldner
Senior Vice President, Safety & Core Services
Gus Fuldner is the Vice President of Safety & Core Services, leading the team that brings together critical cross-company functions, including safety, customer support, payments, insurance, and scaled tech solutions. Prior to this role, he served as the Vice President of Safety & Insurance. Since Gus joined Uber in 2013, he has overseen the early development of insurance for the ridesharing industry and Uber’s groundbreaking US Safety Report. Prior to his time at Uber, Gus was a Vice President at Benchmark, one of Uber’s first investors, where he was also actively involved in the firm’s investments in Uber as well as other mobile apps, including Snapchat and Duo Security. Gus was also a consultant at McKinsey & Company in New York and Hong Kong. Gus received an MBA from Stanford Graduate School of Business, where he was an Arjay Miller Scholar and a BS in Computer Science and Economics from Yale University. Originally from Milwaukee, WI, Gus now lives in the Bay Area with his wife and young son.

Leaders RH

Nom et titre
Bio
Nikki Krishnamurthy  Chief People Officer
Nikki Krishnamurthy
Chief People Officer
Nikki Krishnamurthy sert en tant que Chief People Officer de .

Uber Avis des employés

Avis positifs
93%
93%
7%
Commentaires constructifs
7%

Commentaires positifs des employés

Qu’est-ce qui est le plus positif à propos de la culture et de l’environnement de votre entreprise?

Uber is creating an inclusive workplace for employees, to build an inclusive app, to make this a more inclusive world. It is a ripple effect.

Uber has some of the most smartest people working together toward its mission and vision. This allows anyone who works at Uber to automatically learn and up their own game and help them develop as well!

Quelles sont les meilleures choses à propos de votre équipe?

My team is extremely open whether it be personal or work topics. I've never had to think twice about asking a question to any of my team members or to my manager. We are very accepting of all backgrounds, ethnicities and passions.

Commentaires constructifs des employés

Pourquoi vous sentez-vous sous-évalué et qu’est-ce qui vous rassurerait par rapport à votre rémunération?

Many teams were affected by the layoffs, which meant the remaining individual contributors had to absorb that workload. While I understand why cuts were made, I think there needs to be a more structured pay for performance model to compensate those who stepped up in tough times.

Un jour dans la vie
Un jour dans la vie
Les employés de Uber travaillent généralement 9.3 heures par jour
Heures de travail
Un jour dans la vie
Les employés de chez Uber signalent que le rythme de travail est confortablement rapide
Rythme de travail
Un jour dans la vie
Au cours d’une journée normale, les employés de Uber ont 2 réunions
Des réunions
Un jour dans la vie
88% des employés de chez Uber sont impatients d’interagir avec leur équipe tous les jours
Collègues de travail
Un jour dans la vie
Les employés de Uber prennent le plus souvent illimité congés payés et de congés de maladie chaque année
Avantages
Un jour dans la vie
79% des employés chez Uber déclarent qu’ils sont satisfaits de leur équilibre travail-vie personnelle
L’équilibre travail-vie
Un jour dans la vie
Les employés de Uber reçoivent généralement des commentaires précieux sur la façon de s’améliorer au travail une fois par mois
Retour d’information
Un jour dans la vie
90% des employés de Uber appellent leur environnement de travail positif
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5%

Score de direction

dans le Top 5 % d’entreprises de taille similaire sur Comparably

TendanceLe score de cette catégorie a eu tendance à augmenter 1 % depuis le mois dernier
80
sur 100
Évaluation de la direction?
88
sur 100
Évaluation du PDG?
83
sur 100
Évaluation du gestionnaire?
Top
10%

Score de compensation

dans le Top 10 % d’entreprises de taille similaire sur Comparably

TendanceLe score de cette catégorie a eu tendance à augmenter 1 % depuis le mois dernier
Bien payé?
Satisfait des avantages?
Top
5%

Score d’équipe

dans le Top 5 % d’entreprises de taille similaire sur Comparably

TendanceLe score de cette catégorie a eu tendance à augmenter 1 % depuis le mois dernier
Interaction avec un collègue?
83
sur 100
Qualité des collègues?
Top
5%

Score de l’environnement

dans le Top 5 % d’entreprises de taille similaire sur Comparably

TendanceLe score de cette catégorie a eu tendance à augmenter % depuis le mois dernier
7 ou moins
8%
8
40%
10
39%
12
8%
Plus de 12
5%
Heures de travail par jour?
Extrêmement rapide
42%
Confortablement rapide
46%
Modéré
10%
Un peu lent
1%
Bureaucratique
1%
Rythme au travail?
Positif
90%
Négatif
10%
Environnement de travail positif?
Top
15%

Score Outlook

dans le Top 15 % d’entreprises de taille similaire sur Comparably

TendanceLe score de cette catégorie a eu tendance à augmenter % depuis le mois dernier
85
sur 100
Perspectives d’avenir?
Fantastique
14%
Bien
55%
Neutre
22%
Mal
8%
Terrible
1%
Perception du client?
Excité d’aller au travail?

Uber Visa H1B

En 2019, Uber a appliqué pour 1120 Visas H1B. Des permis de travail demandés, 83% ont été approuvés.

Un examen approfondi des applications H1B «certifiées retirées» chez Uber dévoile que 11 des demandes de permis de travail approuvées ont été retirées avant la date de début de l'emploi, et 177 ont été retirées par Uber après la date de début de l’emploi.

Résultat de la demande de permis de travail

Uber a un total de 20000 employés

1120
Total appliqué
  • 83% Accordé (932 sur 1120)
  • 0% Refusé ( sur 1120)
  • <1% Retiré La demande a été retirée par l’employeur avant l’approbation / le rejet (11 sur 1120)
  • 16% Certifié retiré La demande a été approuvée puis retirée par l’employeur (177 sur 1120)

Ces données ont été calculées à l’aide de données provenant de sources publiques à partir de données de performance OFLC.

Score de genre Comment positivement les femmes évaluent leur expérience globale à Uber

top 5% Sexe

Uber se classe actuellement dans le Top 5% d’entreprises de taille similaire sur Comparably

Score de diversité Comment positivement les minorités évaluent leur expérience globale à Uber

top 5% La diversité

Uber se classe actuellement dans le Top 5% d’entreprises de taille similaire sur Comparably

eNPS

Score de promoteur net suit le score global de vos employés à cette question: "Sur une échelle de 1 à 10, êtes-vous susceptible de recommander de travailler dans votre entreprise à un ami?"
Top 10 %Top 10 % d’entreprises de taille similaire sur Comparably
42
Score eNPS
57%Promoters
28%Passives
15%Detractors

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  1. 1st
    Uber
    80 / 100
  2. 2nd
    Google
    79 / 100
  3. 3rd
    Meta
    79 / 100
  4. 4th
    Taxify
    77 / 100
  5. 5th
    Amazon
    74 / 100

Avantages et bénéfices

Santé
Assurance dentaire
Assurance vision
Assurance santé
Assurance-vie
Adhésion au gymnase / remboursement
Congés payés
PTO / Politique de vacances
Congés payés
Congé de maternité / paternité
Avantages financiers
401K / Plan de retraite
Bonus de performance
Plan d’achat d’actions des employés
Avantages de bureau
Espace de bureau unique
Sorties sociales d’entreprise
Accepte les animaux
Politique de travail à domicile
Nourriture gratuite

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