Uber to Pay £ 1.5 million for Sexual Abuse Claims “We are committed to Londoners and are working closely with TfL to address their concerns and requests, as we have since 2017,” said the firm’s Northern and Eastern Europe boss Jamie Heywood.
Radhakrishna N S
Ride-sharing application, Uber is near a final settlement related to some sexual harassment and discrimination claims made by its staff. The company will pay 1.5 million pounds to 56 present and former employees who claim that they were the victims of sexual harassment. The 56 employees also get around 8530.22 pounds as part of a class action involving 485 people who claimed discrimination. The payment is expected to be a portion of the company’s total settlement of 7.75 million pounds agreed in March this year. The class action case is based in the US and being moved by two Latina…
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