Uber President Jeff Jones is quitting his post at the technology company, Recode first reported on Sunday.
The ride-hailing company confirmed the news to Recode. Sources told the news outlet that Jones determined the current conditions at Uber were “more problematic than he realized.”
In a statement to Recode, Jones said, "The beliefs and approach to leadership that have guided my career are inconsistent with what I saw and experienced at Uber, and I can no longer continue as president of the ride sharing business."
Uber CEO Travis Kalanick in February apologized after video emerged of him arguing with an Uber driver. That same month, a former engineer wrote a blog post describing experiences with sexual harassment during her time at the company. Kalanick also came under fire for a brief tenure on President Trump's business advisory council.
Uber announced Jones’s hire in August 2016, according to the company’s website.
— Updated 7:41 p.m.