Toxic Behavior at Uber Reveals Tech’s Existential Rot
Ellen K. Pao
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Hi Ellen,

I think one of the most important parts of your article is at the end “…empathize with their struggles….” In any area, so many people in the majority category never even think to simple stop and listen, then empathize with that person’s struggles. Some struggles are visible, while others are not; the mere act of stopping and listening if an employee seems to be struggling or brings up a work-place culture/issue is hugely meaningful; thank you!

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