- Uber CEO Travis Kalanick ordered an urgent investigation earlier this year into allegations of gender bias and sexual harassment at Uber.
- Over 200 interviews and 3 million documents were used as part of the investigation, which was headed by law firm Covington & Burling
- It was led by former U.S. attorney general Eric Holder.
- The recommendations come down hard on the hard-charging culture that's become synonymous with Uber's success.
A law firm released 47 recommendations for improving Uber's workplace culture on Tuesday.
The report responds to allegations of former Uber engineer Susan Fowler, who claimed the company failed to act on sexual harassment and gender discrimination complaints.
As part of the report, CEO Travis Kalanick may have some of his responsibilities shared or given to other executives, and will have more board oversight.
Here's a PDF of the report: