On Tuesday, Uber released its first diversity report—and many are criticizing, not applauding, the move.
The organization’s report starts off strong with a section on the initiatives it funds and its goals, including bringing more women and minorities into its fold:
We’re dedicating $3 million over the next three years to support organizations working to bring more women and underrepresented people into tech. This year, our recruiting team is also embarking on a college tour to recruit talented students at colleges across the country, including a number of Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs) and Hispanic Serving Institutions (HSIs). Our employee resource groups play a huge role in all our recruiting events that are focused on hiring women and people of color at Uber.
Then, however, the report quickly dissolves into a string of disappointing diversity statistics and puns.