Ride-sharing app Uber has agreed to pay $1.9m (£1.5m) to 56 current and former employees who claimed they were victims of sexual harassment while working at the company.
They will also receive an average of nearly $11,000 as part of a class action of 485 people who claimed they were discriminated against while working at Uber.
The settlements form part of Uber’s $10m pay out agreed in March to settle claims of sexual and racial discrimination.
Uber said at the time that it would reform its system for reviews, promotions and pay.
A final hearing to approve the settlement is due to be held in California on 6 November.
An Uber spokesperson said: "We agree with the plaintiff's motion which states that 'the class has responded extremely favourably to the settlement' with amounts that are 'fair, reasonable, and adequate.'"
Last month Uber’s human resources head Liane Hornsey resigned over the handling of allegations of racial discrimination at the firm.
In 2017 Uber’s chief executive Travis Kalanick stepped down after allegations of widespread sexual harassment and gender discrimination at the company.