Compare Uber vs AImotive BETA

See how AImotive vs. Uber compare on employee ratings, job openings, CEO approval, business outlook and more.

Employee Ratings

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(based on 3869 reviews)
(based on 18 reviews)
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CEO Approval
Uber Ceo Dara Khosrowshahi
90%Dara Khosrowshahi
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N/A0 Ratings
% Recommend to a friend
Positive Business Outlook


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"Work environment"(in 257 reviews)
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"Wear and tear"(in 328 reviews)
Featured Review

Current Employee - Systems Engineer

I have been working at Uber full-time for more than a year


High standards, but high devotion as well. They're committed to my success as much as they are their own. And man...the workplace perks are a huge plus. Feels like I'm working towards a better... future for myself and my city.


No 401k match. I get it, they want you to invest in the company, but I'd rather have more retirement than snacks and catered food. Probably a minority opinion but still notable.

Advice to Management

Continue on your road to transparency. Don't be dismayed by emotional employee reactions to leadership decisions, take it as an opportunity to practice your presentation skills. Communication is key!

Former Employee - Senior Software Engineer

I worked at AImotive full-time for more than a year


- Very good company culture - Frequent team buildings - Free fruits, free lunch, free gym membership - The salaries are very competitive, compared to other companies in the Central/Eastern... European region. - Everyone is very smart - Possible to get generous raises if someone works well - One free conference visit each year (you can visit the USA, Canada, Korea, Japan, etc.) - Company phone after one year - Possible to get company car, but only after 3 years and for selected leaders. - Unique virtual share program (most companies in this geographical area don't give out shares to coworkers) - The number of in-company trainings are on the raise, free Python, C++ trainings. If you complete the CUDA or the AI courses (self learning in your freetime), you can get a raise. - Flexible time (10:00-15:00 base time, other time flexible) - Some products of the company reached or will soon reach mass production, so there is a chance that it will really play big in the automotive market


- Self driving is obviously a risky area, in the worst case you have to find a new job after a few years (no big deal for me) - The virtual share program is too risky, because if you leave the... company or you are fired before the company is sold, you loose all your shares - Not all workers can see their career path clearly - The company car seems to be reachable by only a few selected people after 3 years. It would be nice to have well defined steps to get it. - FAANG companies can pay more in some western countries :-)

Advice to Management

- Keep up the good work :) - Probably the career development plan would be a nice plus - I've seen some good juniors switching to other companies in Budapest, I think that it could be prevented by... proactively raising their salary or promising them promotions. - Actively supporting teaching at universities would be nice. I've heard from a colleague, that at a big financial company it actually counts as work. Probably dedicating a few hours each week to teaching would be nice for some people who like to do that.

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