Former Attorney General Eric Holder’s report on sexual harassment at Uber is due at the end of the month. It was supposed to be released at the beginning of May but was delayed.
A number of Uber executives have been under the microscope in the investigation, including Uber CTO Thuan Pham and former Head of Operations and current board member Ryan Graves.
When the report is finished, Mr. Holder will present it to the CEO and the board, along with recommendations for what the company should do to rectify an obviously sexist work environment.
The big question then is whether Uber’s board will actually implement the recommendations. Given Uber’s history, what are the odds of that happening?