After employees move into a new role at Uber, they stay twice as long with the company as peers who don’t move. Fortunately, Uber employees have plenty of opportunities to try new roles because the ride-sharing pioneer has developed a robust and ever-evolving internal mobility program that encourages lateral — and often unconventional — moves.
“Our philosophy is around opportunity,” explains Danielle Monaghan, head of global talent acquisition and mobility at Uber. “Whether it’s an internal or external candidate, people should have the same opportunities.”
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