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The don’ts advice was much more specific, giving information about everything from vomiting (a 0 “puke charge”) to drug use to throwing beer kegs off buildings to, well, proper fornication between employees (and sometimes, apparently, more than one).
According to sources, while many companies send out warning emails before events, Kalanick was advised not to send this email because of its tone, which some execs thought too cavalier.But sources said Kalanick was proud of his letter to the team and spoke about it often.But later staff memos about company gatherings were much less frat brother in tone.Sexual assault is a major issue in the United States.Many private and government agencies — the FBI, the CDC, the US Department of Justice, and organizations like RAINN — round up statistics on rape and sexual assault, but the estimates are wide ranging: some place the figure as high as 1.9 million cases per year, and others as low as 90,185.
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In what is arguably an unusual email for the very top executive to send to employees, Uber CEO Travis Kalanick advised his staff in case they decided to have sex at a company outing in Miami in 2013.