Aug 22, 2018
Uber to pay $1.9m for sexual harassment claims
Uber is close to reaching a final settlement relating to several sexual harassment and discrimination claims. The firm will pay $1.9m to 56 current and former workers who claim they were victims of sexual harassment. The pair filed their legal claim against Uber in October 2017, claiming they suffered harassment and a hostile work environment due to their gender and ethnicity. In a statement, Uber said it agreed with the plaintiff's motion, and that the amounts it would have to pay out were "Fair, reasonable, and adequate". "We can pay class members for these discrimination and harassment claims and begin the three-year effort to monitor Uber's implementation of the HR improvements," Mr Sagafi added.
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