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Uber CEO Travis Kalanick kicked off a sexual harassment investigation in February after a female engineer said that institutional sexism at the ride-hailing company had forced her to quit her job.
The fallout from that probe has resulted in the firing of 20 workers, and more may be on the way.
That’s according to Bloomberg News, which cited an anonymous source.
The law firm of Perkins Coie is reviewing 215 sexual harassment claims. Uber has about 12,000 employees.
Bloomberg said that 31 employees have been placed in sexual harassment “counseling or training,” while a handful of others have been warned about their conduct.
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