Transcript for Uber CEO on company culture: 'We have further to go'
When you joined a group where it what is known as a place with a toxic culture. There were allegations of sexual harassment sexism inside of the company. What's changed since you do want. Well one of the first actions that we spoke after a July and was to redefine the culture of the company redefined. In. Who we want looper to be and we actually crowd so worst. Our new cultural norms from the employees of a company including you know we celebrate differences we do the right thing as a company. It's just the first that you know these are incredibly important standards of how we want to behave now as a company that behavior has to change. I'll toy is the CEO. We have me and improvements. But the work on culture never ends. It's only been a year. And I believe that we have further to go but as a company we want to do the right thing and we're improving every day it's not a straight line but I do think as a company. We are now the kind of company that you can be proud of to work for and hopefully company that us consumer you can be proud of using that service is one what's the biggest culture changed since you joined. The biggest culture change. For losses this idea do the right thing which is it's not about growth. But only about growth but it's about growth in partnership its growth with responsibility. Ultimately we're going after car ownership. It's a six trillion dollar transportation high and their can be a lot of winners and we can be the leader. But it doesn't mean that are winning has become of the cost of others we can win as a team and we can win. With a lot of other players and that means dialogue and these transparency. And I think we're actually take in the right direction there.
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