Uber holds its catered dinner for employees at 8:15 p.m., Monday through Friday.
The ride-hailing company is in the midst of a major shakeup after months of revelations and scandals have led to two extensive investigations, a handful of lawsuits and some time off for its CEO Travis Kalanick.
His 13-page report, which was released to the public on Tuesday, looked into systemic discrimination, harassment and retaliation at the San Francisco-based company.
For the inquiry, Holder's team conducted more than 200 interviews with current and former employees and read through 3 million documents.
It also held focus groups with the staff about perceptions of Uber's workplace culture.
Uber's board unanimously voted on Sunday to adopt all of the recommendations.