Google CEO Supports Employee Walk-Out Over Sexual Misconduct

In an internal email last Tuesday, Google CEO Sundar Pichai said that he will be supporting a planned employee walk-out in protest of sexual misconduct allegations highlighted in a New York Times report.


The email was a followup on Pichai’s previous memo which revealed that the company had taken an increasingly hard line on inappropriate conduct at work, and had fired 48 people, including 13 senior managers, in the last two years, without exit packages.


The New York Times report accused Google of shielding high level employees from sexual misconduct claims and revealed that former Android head Andy Rubin received an exit package of $90 million despite accusations.


Source: CNBC

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