Three Latina software engineers at Uber are suing the rideshare company, claiming racial and gender discrimination. Ingrid Avendaño, Roxana del Toro López, and Ana Medina claim that the company’s compensation and evaluation practices are “not based on valid and reliable performance measures.” The company uses a ranking system that evaluates employees from best to worst, and the lawsuit alleges that women, Hispanics, Native American, and Black employees are routinely given lower scores compared to their white or Asian male counterparts.
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