Former Uber Technologies Inc. employee Susan Fowler, who back in February blogged about the harassment she faced while at the ride-hailing company, has a book in the works that will “expose the systemic flaws rampant in the startup culture” and will reveal “previously unreported details of what happened after she went public” about her experiences.

Fowler is hardly the first employee to pen a tell-all that offers a glimpse inside an influential company like Uber. Last year, an ex-Facebook Inc. employee provided a look at the company’s “militant” culture. In 2015, a Lululemon employee penned an essay describing the “delusional, hypocritical and cult-like” environment within the company. And in August 2016, an ex-employee wrote about how she “got scammed by a Silicon Valley startup” because her former employer failed to pay her. Though the company was not named in the post, the startup was later determined to be now-defunct WrkRiot.

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