Two more employees from Uber have resigned from the company. Jeff Jones, Uber’s president of ride sharing, and Brian McClendon, vice president of maps and business platform, have announced their resignations.
Jones joined the company just 6 months ago after working at Target. He decided to resign after the company’s chief, Travis Kalanick, informed Jones he needed leadership help and began searching for a chief operating officer.
Jones said the “beliefs and approach to leadership that have guided his career are inconsistent with what he saw and experienced at Uber.”
McClendon is leaving Uber amicably and will remain an adviser to the company. He is moving back to Kansas to explore politics. His last day will be March 28th.
Uber has also lost 4 other employees in the last month. Investors and the board of directors were hoping to stabilize the company. But these 2 resignations have certainly added more turmoil to the company.