Uber

Working at Uber: Company Overview and Reviews

Uber
Uber
3.7
1284 reviews
Uber Ratings
3.7
Average rating of 1284 reviews on Indeed
3.9Work-Life Balance
3.1Pay & Benefits
3.0Job Security & Advancement
3.1Management
3.5Culture
Headquarter
600+ cities globally
Employee
10,000+
Revenue
$500M to $1B (USD)
Industry
Internet and Software

Popular jobs at Uber

 Average SalarySalary Range
Independent Contractor
14 Salaries reported
$16.50
per hour
$7.25-$37.55
Driver (Independent Contractor)
70 Salaries reported
$15.98
per hour
$7.25-$31.55
Driver
72 Salaries reported
$16.74
per hour
$7.25-$36.55
Software Engineer
58 Salaries reported
$174,379
per year
$59,000-$329,000
Senior Software Engineer
94 Salaries reported
$181,553
per year
$87,000-$300,000
Salary Satisfaction
46%
Of the employees are satisfied about their pay
Based on 4336 reviews
Benefits
Health Care
Dental Insurance
Vision Insurance
Life Insurance
401k
Paid Time Off
Stock Options
Discounts

Overall Reviews at Uber

5.0
Facility Coordinator | San Francisco, CA | Oct 17, 2019
Challenging
It was the best job I had and worked there over 5 years. I never should have left that job to go to a contract position at CBRE. Since I was told it would have been a good career move and believed what I was told I did. Two months later I resigned there should be laws against what was done to me.
3.0
Principal Product Manager | Remote | Feb 3, 2020
Eyes open
Uber is a great company with a lot of potential, but its also a bit of a mess with regard to direction right now. Every new headline drives internal changes and whiplash is common unfortunately.
4.0
Program Manager | Washington, DC | Nov 5, 2019
Learned a lot within the 5.5 years I was there
Having the autonomy to truly learn and grow has been a blessing. Worked along side the most incredible people, and they taught me so much more than I could ever imagine.
5.0
Customer Service Representative | San Francisco, CA | Jun 18, 2019
this was a fun company to work for
This was a fun company to work for as your view changed daily. The clients made the rides worth while. Being able to travel daily for work also helps make the trips exciting.
4.0
Director of Human Resources | New York, NY | Jul 17, 2018
Great company
If technology and customer service is your field. Then this is your company. Loved the millennial vibe and non-traditional work environment. Location was pet friendly
ProsGreat job for internal growth
ConsHeavy work load
5.0
Station Manager | Iselin, NJ | Jan 30, 2020
Productive and really fun
great pay and relaxing job that is why I like it and it is perfect for me. Uber helps you manage time makes you work efficiently. I recommend for people.
3.0
Local Driver | San Leandro, CA | Jan 13, 2020
Flexible Work
The job is remarkable in the sense that it affords you flexibility! Other than that, you must work too many hours in order to be able to earn enough, and avoid the need to have other supplemental jobs!
4.0
Customer Service Representative | Washington, DC | Jan 26, 2020
Flexibility
Uber provides employees with a flexible schedule. A employee can also learn different cultures and communication skills within different cultures with passengers. A employee can also gain insight in different areas of life and careers via passengers. Uber is a great job to gain emotional intelligence and growth through contact with other individuals.
2.0
Plan Manager | Phoenix, AZ | Sep 4, 2018
Misguided Company Culture
Uber would be a great place to work, less the fact the company is "broish" in nature with highly misguided cultural values that drive the company. Often mangers are rewarded/promoted for projects that are not in scope with their primary responsibilities leaving their team to suffer without support while the manager him/herself (more often him) moves forward.
5.0
Driver (Independent Contractor) | Boston, MA | Feb 19, 2020
Flexible
A great flexible company, that allows you to work at your pace and make your own hours. A great company for anyone that loves to drive, whether full time or part time
Prosyour own hours
Consnone

Questions And Answers about Uber

If you were in charge, what would you do to make Uber a better place to work?
Asked Jan 14, 2018
Have a local Uber Hub office in my town, I can visit there daily with or without issue, free continental breakfast and snack for Dimond Pro Driver as reward.
Answered Apr 3, 2020
Open rest arias in the airport queue
Answered Mar 28, 2020
What shift makes more money?
Asked Aug 1, 2016
I make $300 a day in New Jersey, I usually start at 7am, take my lunch break at 2, and finish up around 5;30 and head to the gym. I work like this on Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday. On Wednesday I have a “short day” and only make $150, usually I’m done by noon. I don’t do weekend rides because I’m not cleaning up puke or being harassed. I spend about $150 a week on gas (which is really why I work a short day on Wednesday, that way it doesn’t impact my nice paycheck), and I have a monthly subscription car was that’s $16 for unlimited washes. I put away $500 a month for car repairs. My car insurance is $139 (it didn’t go up when I started driving for Uber), and my car payment is $289 a month (which I’d be paying anyways). I have health insurance/dental/vision which totals about $117 a month. All my expenses are tax write offs that offset what I have to pay at the end of the year which I don’t mind. This isn’t my career, but I’m doing this because they pay for my college and it makes it so I can afford my rent and lifestyle. I had a restaurant job before this and wasn’t making nearly enough to survive, and Uber gave me an out. You have to work hard and Hussle, but know there’s an end to it. Don’t go into this thinking it’s going to be your career. It’s a great start and I recommend it for anyone trying to survive while they figure their life out.
Answered Dec 8, 2019
Every Uber driver I’ve talked to in Dallas says they avg $200/day by choice, as in, that’s the quota they set for the day and go home after they’ve cleared $200. It seems they start between 4-5am on the weekdays, make the bulk of their money by 10am, and then slog there way to the finish line, generally finishing up between 2 and 4pm. I don’t know how they adjust, or if they do, for fri and sat nights.
Answered Sep 19, 2019
What tips or advice would you give to someone interviewing at Uber?
Asked Jan 14, 2018
You have to be a people person.
Answered Mar 11, 2020
Its flexable but you have to be committed to it to make great money.
Answered Mar 10, 2020
How are the working hours at Uber?
Asked Jun 14, 2016
That’s like asking what is the avg temperature in a National forum. Every market is different. In Cheyenne, WY, drivers are making $100,000/year. Meanwhile, a driver working longer hours in Vegas would be better off flipping burgers. The Dallas drivers that were pros and had nice clean cars have all told me the same thing, nearly word for word. They start about 4-4am and set themselves a cap of $200/day. They say they make the bulk of that $200 by 10am and then generally have to slog their way across the finish line, generally between 2-4pm. Again, these are the pros. Friendly, newer or nicer cars(5yrs old and newer) and they had a plan. You have other drivers who don’t seem to like it as much. They’re generally dressed more like its laundry day, their cars aren’t as clean, and they seem to be doing it part time or, at the very least, just winging it. I’ve only spoken to 2 Uber Black drivers and they both said they’re making well over six figures and not working nearly as long as the uberX crowd.
Answered Sep 19, 2019
Don't bother. It's a joke.
Answered Aug 15, 2019
What benefits does Uber offer?
Asked Feb 25, 2016
There are none as a driver - it's all on you, so don't bother. It's a joke.
Answered Aug 15, 2019
There isn’t any benefits, no health, no dental, no vision, no 401k, no vacation paid, no sick days, this is for the drivers BUT for us the corporate offices: we have unlimited vacation paid, cater food almost everyday, full 401k benefits, full healthcare benefits including dental and vision, sick days fully paid, and the best of all I order uber everywhere and is free for us corporate people.
Answered Feb 16, 2019