Uber released its latest diversity report Monday which broke down its workforce by gender, race and ethnicity.
It showed that white males make up about 30 percent of his 26,000 employee workforce, black women make up 5 percent, black men 4 percent, Hispanic men 4.6 percent and Hispanic women 3.7 percent.
As a result of the report, Uber is setting diversity and inclusion goals for 2022 that will be tied to the compensation of several senior executives.
Bottom line: some executives will not be getting paid if the company does not meet its diversity goals.
Uber hopes to meet those goals by interviewing more minority candidates for midcareer hires and collect more data on its workforce to include information about gender identity, veteran status, disabilities and socio-economic status.