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Overall
4.0 of 5
Culture & Values
3.7
Work/Life Balance
3.8
Senior Management
3.3
Compensation and Benefits
3.6
Career Opportunities
3.4

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Uber Technologies, generally known as just Uber, is an American multinational transportation network company offering services that include peer-to-peer ridesharing, ride service hailing, food delivery, and a micromobility system. The company was launched in San Francisco and today it operates in over 678 cities in 78 countries worldwide. Uber platforms can be accessed via their websites and location-based mobile apps. Uber is always looking for new employees. Apply for an open position and start you career at Uber. 

Benefits

Uber offers excellent benefits to its employees including:

  • Health, Dental and Vision Insurance
  • Life Insurance
  • AD&D Insurance
  • 401(k) Plan
  • Reduced or Flexible Hours
  • Mobile Phone Discount
  • Employee Discount
  • Vacation & Paid Time Off
  • Paid Holidays
  • Job Training
  • Professional Development
  • Stock Options

We currently have 75 open positions across 68 locations spread over 50 states.

Headquarter

San Francisco, California, U.S.

Employee

10,000+

Revenue

$500M to $1B

Industry

Internet and Software

Website

uber.com

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Frequently asked questions about Uber

How do I get a job with Uber?

In order to get hired by Uber, they set following requirements: 1. Meeting the minimum driving age in your city. 2. At least 1 year of licenced driving experience (if you’re 23 or older). 3. At least three years of licenced driving experience (if you’re under 23) 4. A valid US driver’s licence. 5. Owning/using a suitable 4-door vehicle that meets model and year requirements

What type of job is Uber?

Uber drivers can be classified as “independent contractors”. You decide when to work, who to pick up and where to drive. Uber allows you to be your own boss, and even receive tips.

Does Uber pay for gas?

No, Uber drivers are considered independent contractors that pay for their own expenses including gas costs.

Will Uber give me a car?

Not in a way like you would get a taxi car, but there is a possibility of car leases from partner car dealerships with Uber Xchange.

Can you make a living with Uber?

Uber Drivers are reportedly paid $16 an hour on average. Depending on the number of working hours, the average pay is $2,423 a month.

Does Uber reward good drivers?

Yes, Uber’s Driving Reward Program can help you save money on gas – which may be a must if you are driving frequently. There are also discounts for monthly phone plans.

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Uber awards and recognitions

Some of the company awards and recognitions include: 

 

2019

  • Best CEOs for Diversity, Comparably
  • Best CEOs for Women, Comparably

Uber cares

Today’s communities face an unprecedented set of challenges. And while technology by itself isn’t the solution, when it’s done right—and combined with good partnerships—it has the potential to contribute to a better world for all. Our goal is to make every journey a shared one. When we help more people move with fewer, fuller, and more efficient cars, we may help save fuel, improve air quality, and increase a transportation system’s efficiency with each trip. 

Uber reviews

Title

Location

Rating - Job Title

Comment

3.0

security guard

Los Angeles, CA - March 5, 2020

After a while driving takes a toll

Being that I like to chat driving was fun always something new, but takes a toll on car (gas & mileage) and body (sitting and fast food) became a choir and just wasnt worth the energy put into it.

5.0

Driver

New York, NY - March 5, 2020

Good

Very good company and flexible hours. You can work the hours you wants. Example, I work every single day sometimes in a morning and sometimes in a evening.

5.0

Uber Partner Driver

Buffalo, NY - March 5, 2020

Financial freedom

Perfect if you want to be your own boss. The freedom UBER gives you is awesome. Start when you want, Finish when you want. Financial freedom at its beat.

5.0

Uber Driver

Nashville, TN - March 5, 2020

On and offf

Good if you just want lots of freedom with your day to day job. Be warned that when it's off with the amount of rides you get It's super off in regards to your income and what you take back home. If you can deal with that then you can make uber driving work if your city has a good demand for the service.

5.0

Rideshare Partner

Las Vegas, NV - March 5, 2020

Uber its a good company to work for but there are some issues

It's nice to work when you want to work, take a day off when you like to the only thing that's not good is that they will suspend your account for little things so that you can't even work until you resolve it with uber

5.0

Uber Driver

Los Angeles County, CA - March 5, 2020

Work when you wanted

It's on you if you want to work. There's really no o boss here you are you're own boss at times you desire to work. The only strive is to push that hard ambition and get to drive in a good mood.

5.0

Rideshare Driver

Washington, DC - March 5, 2020

Flexible Job

Its a flexible job. You work your own hours. Location is totally on you. It is a pretty easy job if you do not mind driving for extended periods of time.

4.0

Independent Contractor

Richmond, VA - March 5, 2020

productive, flexible, work/life balance exceptional

a typical day at work, usually starts around 8 am, work environment allows flexibility, work/ family life balance is exceptional. the job allows you to meet new people and interact with them.

1.0

Driver

Beaumont, CA - March 4, 2020

not worth working there

No good besides flexibility everything else is bad, they dont care about the drivers you kill yourself and your car just to make a decent amount but at the end it goes to food, gas, and car expenses

2.0

Driver

Wa - March 4, 2020

Uber Eats Driver

Very easy cash, terrible customer support. I have talked to at least six different people and have documentation of it and how incompetent most* of the staff is. They want to help but they are unable to answer basic questions.

5.0

Rideshare Driver

Los Angeles, CA - March 4, 2020

This is a great company to work for that provides a great way of making income with flexibility

Working for Uber has given me the opportunity to provide great customer service to a wide range of individuals from every demographic. I’m able to make great income and have the flexibility that I need. I’ve had the opportunity to travel to many places that would otherwise have not been experienced. For the vast majority of my employment experience with the company, I’ve had great experiences but there have been some unpleasant experiences such as having to effectively deal with rude and disrespectful individuals that may be belligerent at times. Also, there’s a substantial amount of wear and tear on my vehicle and expensive upkeep/ maintenance costs.

5.0

Product Manager

San Francisco, CA - March 4, 2020

Great place

Uber is a great place to work. Really enjoyed my time at the company. Lots of smart people, challenging problems to solve, exciting place to be for much of my career.

4.0

Delivery Driver

Bakersfield, CA - March 3, 2020

Uber

It is great because you can make your own schedule and you have the choice to get paid instantly. If you are self motivated and disciplined you will be able to make quite a profit. The worst part about the job is running so many miles on your car and having to refill gas 2-3 times a week. Sometimes it also feels like there’s low compensation for some rides, but uber does their best to make a trip worth the drive.

3.0

DRIVER

Atlanta, GA - March 3, 2020

Depends on the pay and car situation

Do not get a car through Uber. If you have your own car. Make sure you do not care about the vehicle because the passengers don't and you will have to put high miles on the car to make good money. Also, don't get comfortable with the pay because it fluctuates from week to week.

3.0

DRIVER

Atlantic City, NJ - March 3, 2020

Uber was ok but the infrastructure could use some work

Uber was ok but the infrastructure could use some work. Allowing your employees to know exactly what the guidelines for their job and laws for their state would benefit everyone.

3.0

Delivery Driver

Atlanta, GA - March 3, 2020

Ability to make money working on your own

A typical day can be tiring depending on the number of deliveries. Some areas will get more trips than others and there is opportunity to make decent money most of the time.

4.0

Driver

Arlington, TX - March 3, 2020

Great To Have For Extra Income But Be Careful

Uber is good to have if you need to bring in another set of income. However, I would suggest being careful when it comes to customers. You will have customers who pretend to be comfortable during the ride and some will rate you over the small or something they could’ve done themselves. The rating system is also horrible but be share to have positive attitude, treating your customers fair, talk to them, and you will land a tip as well.

4.0

Driver

Waterbury, CT - March 2, 2020

getting to meet nice people's.

it be long day's but very fun to do. I learned how to deal with all type of culture's of people's, and the management is very good at what they do.my workplace culture is normally a mixture of talking to my customer's and see how they day is going to keep them in a good move, and help them to have a good day. And the hardest part of the job is when some one call and when u get to the location they cancel out and when the GPS start to acted up. The most enjoyable part of the job is traveling to far distance to new York and the tips.

4.0

Driver

Knoxville, TN - March 2, 2020

You are at the mercy of each rider you pickup.

You get accused of things that put your account on hold. This keeps you from working until they investigates charges against you. Then they put you back to work noing they did nothing except to keep you from working when they knew all along the rider was working to get free ride. Uber doesn't even admit they made a mistake. Plus, you wear your car out.

1.0

Driver

nyc - March 1, 2020

work too hard for a little bit of money

Driving for uber full time means long hours just to break even. Between gas,car maintenance and rental , license maintenance, you barely break even then you have to pay your life bills.

2.0

Uber Driver

Miami, FL - February 27, 2020

fun work place

its a good conpanie to work you choose you own time own schedule and enjoy what you do get to know people and get to know the eras and enjoy driving with uber

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