Hopefully, the Uber drivers have suddenly left these companies with alcohol anchoring.
Built-in bassets on the day when the company was published, reported that it was extinguished and another employee was forced to resign after a drunken outbreak, according to a new report.
Workers celebrated with sent spirits at the Uber offices on May 10, when CEO Dara Khosrowshahi called the opening bell on the New York Stock Exchange, reported the Washington Post, and quoted employees who said the parties made them "unpleasant and seemed immature."
The parties are reminiscent of Uber's "bridge culture" Khosrowshahi had promised to help stop.
"Old Uber hiding to apparently today," said an anonymous employee.
Uber has been beaten by allegations of sexual harassment, driver charges and a robust, inappropriate workplace culture. The US law study investigated the charges and issued new guidelines for workers who suggested restricting alcohol in the workplace.
Company warnings to "keep it stylish" during recent IPO celebrations were apparently ignored in some cases. At Uber's headquarters in San Francisco, the accompanying supply began to flow in the morning and continued through the afternoon, the Washington Post reported. Workers led to the bars before returning to a beer and "happy hour" wine at 2pm.
Employees also cracked open bottles of tequila and whiskey labeled with the old Uber logo. The bottles were created under former CEO Travis Kalanick's time with the company. He was pushed out in 201
The fortress continued well into the night, and in one case, a worker's car keys had to be taken away, according to an anonymous employee called by the Washington Post.
Uber admitted that it took "action" against some employees who did not "celebrate … responsible", the paper reported.