Uber employees working on self-driving cars feel their cars are safer but their careers are stuck, according to leaked employee survey

Uber self-driving carBusiness Insider/Danielle Muoio

  • Every six months, Uber conducts an employee survey.
  • Business Insider has seen the results of the latest survey for the 1,100-employee self-driving car unit released to employees earlier this week.
  • Most employees praised the unit’s renewed focus on safety as the company puts its cars back on the public road for testing this week in Pittsburgh, after a fatal accident in 2018 benched the cars for most of the year.
  • But they also complained of being stressed and feeling like they had no future there.


Uber is sending its self-driving cars back on the public road this week in Pittsburgh, with a whole new set of revamped safety procedures and a lot of public promises to further fix its safety culture after one of their autonomous cars killed a pedestrian back in March.

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