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#DeleteUber is back after an employee's sexual harassment claims. Share your experience.


Uber is under fire after a sexual harassment claim in which an Uber engineer was propositioned by a manager, bringing back the hashtag, #DeleteUber. 

The Uber engineer Susan Fowler Rigetti recently posted on her blog telling how her manager came on to her and found out it wasn't the first time. 

The claims come after Uber CEO, Travis Kalanick resigned from being on President Trump's council of U.S. business leaders due to a major boycott of his company for joining the council in the first place.

#DeleteUber, which originally circulated during the Uber boycott for the CEO involvement with Trump and because of an Uber promotion that went wrong during a refugee ban protest at JFK Airport, is back in motion.

CLICK HERE | Upload your video telling us your best or worst Uber story.

Check out the blog post Rigetti wrote about why she left Uber.

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