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He claims that, after being called in for a job related to Uber's autonomous efforts, the company took what he had to say and never contacted him again.

Looks like Uber doesn't just deceive drivers


http://www.cnet.com/roadshow/news/man-claims-interview-with-uber-was-just-free-data-mining/

Does this sound somewhat familiar?

"We are sorry this individual had a bad experience interviewing with us," an Uber spokesperson said in an emailed statement. "Every candidate should hear back yes or no whatever the outcome of the interview, and we are looking at what went wrong to ensure that it does not happen again."
 

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And if they told you that 'wolverines make great house pets", would you believe them?

Uber corp. communications reek of dishonesty and malfeasance. Some empty-suit lawyer wrote this. They pee on the legs of drivers and all others in a business relation with them and then tell them "it's raining."
 

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Not surprising, instead of doing focus groups or hiring temp consultants. Uber does fake 8 hour interviews. Not sure who's dumb enough to fall for that long of an interview for a potential 50K job.
 

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Not surprising, instead of doing focus groups or hiring temp consultants. Uber does fake 8 hour interviews. Not sure who's dumb enough to fall for that long of an interview for a potential 50K job.
Glassdoor even over a year ago had many applicants who felt that the tasks they were asked to do as part of an "interview" were just a way to get free ideas from them. Many said they were given problems to solve and afterwards felt that they had just donated free labor to help uber solve a logistics or software problem.

They are not the first company to do thst, but they probably do it more than most and find it amusing.
 
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