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The commission is examining whether Uber systematically paid women less than men and discriminated against women in the hiring process, among other matters, one of the people said. The Wall Street Journal earlier reported the investigation. The investigation shows how difficult it has been for Uber to move past its tumultuous 2017. The company faced numerous accusations of workplace sex discrimination and harassment last year, as well as allegations of illegal behavior by its executives, such as spying on and stealing secrets from rivals. The scandals forced out Uber’s co-founder and chief executive, Travis Kalanick. His successor, Dara Khosrowshahi, has pledged to reform the company. Last week, The New York Times reported that Uber’s new chief operating officer, Barney Harford, a handpicked deputy of Mr. Khosrowshahi’s, was under scrutiny for making racially insensitive comments . Also last week, Uber’s chief people officer, Liane Hornsey, resigned amid accusations that she improperly handled complaints of racial discrimination at the company. MoMo Zhou, an Uber spokeswoman, said in an email that the ride-hailing company had made changes in the past 18 months, including new salary and equity rules based on the market, a new performance-review process, and diversity training for employees.
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