In partnership with the Urban Institute, National Sexual Violence Resource Center, and RALIANCE, the Purple Campaign released a report highlighting how employers have adapted to the new world of work following the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic. This report shares key statistics, emerging trends, policies, and practices that have been implemented by industry leaders to address harassment in the workplace.
Category: Sexual Misconduct and Violence Taxonomy
Examining Uber’s Use of the Sexual Misconduct and Violence Taxonomy and the Development of Uber’s United States Safety Report
This report outlines an assessment of Uber’s integration of the Sexual Misconduct and Violence Taxonomy into its system of receiving and accurately categorizing reports of sexual harassment, sexual misconduct, and sexual assault from users of its platform. Uber’s approach to using these data in the development of their 2019 United States Safety Report is also assessed.Continue reading “Examining Uber’s Use of the Sexual Misconduct and Violence Taxonomy and the Development of Uber’s United States Safety Report”
Taxonomy & Transparency Workshop Update
This document is a follow-up to a Taxonomy & Transparency Workshop hosted on March 5, 2019, in San Francisco, California, by Uber for representatives of a variety of companies. It contains lessons learned by Uber from implementing the Sexual Misconduct and Violence Taxonomy developed by NSVRC and the Urban Institute, and is split into two parts that give deep views of elements necessary for implementing the Taxonomy in a corporate context at scale:Continue reading “Taxonomy & Transparency Workshop Update”
Helping Industries to Classify Reports of Sexual Harassment, Sexual Misconduct, and Sexual Assault
This report describes the work of a joint project between the NSVRC and the Urban Institute, in which a team of staff from both agencies developed an improved taxonomy (a system of categorization) for reports of sexual harassment, sexual misconduct, and sexual assault received by Uber Technologies, Inc. (Uber), from users of Uber’s ride-sharing and other app-driven services. This improved taxonomy helps Uber to more effectively categorize reports of these sexually violent experiences, which in turn helps Uber to better determine the most appropriate outreach and ultimate action taken in response to each report.Continue reading “Helping Industries to Classify Reports of Sexual Harassment, Sexual Misconduct, and Sexual Assault”