Uber has a lot of rebuilding to do. On Tuesday, the embattled startup released the recommendations from a months-long investigation into its corporate culture.
Former U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder was hired to conduct the probe after a former engineer named Susan Fowler claimed the company refused to properly address sexual harassment allegations.
The 13-page document contains 47 different recommendations that largely confirm many of the concerns people had about what was going on inside the company.
“It’s just a report — now [Uber] actually has to make things happen,” said Elizabeth Ames, SVP of marketing, alliances and programs at the Anita Borg Institute, which cut ties with Uber in May. “It definitely paints a picture of a company that was out of control,” she added.