Google CEO has message to workers arranging walkout over treatment of sex-badgering cases

Google CEO has message to workers arranging walkout over treatment of sex-badgering cases

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Google supervisor has message to workers arranging walkout over treatment of sex-badgering cases
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Google CEO Sundar Pichai on Wednesday said that representatives who intend to leave the company in protest — following allegations administration concealed cases of sexual harassment — have the tech giant's help.

In an statement to Fox News, sundar Pichai said the firm on Tuesday "let Googlers realize that we know about the exercises made arrangements for Thursday and that workers will have the help they require on the off chance that they wish to take an interest."

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The 46-year-old CEO said that specialists "have raised helpful thoughts for how we can enhance our strategies and our procedures going ahead," and that Google is turning their "thoughts enthusiastically."

It was accounted for not long ago that in excess of 200 workers intended to leave Thursday in dissent. While it's not instantly clear what requests representatives intend to make as a component of their walkout, one worker disclosed to Bloomberg that their rundown of solicitations will be to help those "who may be influenced by lewd behavior or power elements at work."

The showing comes because of a New York Times report distributed Oct. 25 that guaranteed Google gave Android maker Andy Rubin a $90 million leave bundle after he was blamed for constraining a worker, with whom he had been having an illicit relationship, of "performing oral sex in a lodging room in 2013."

Rubin denied the case on Twitter, asserting the charges revealed were "a piece of a smear crusade to demonize me amid a separation and care fight."


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Pichai sent a broad email following the report, saying Google has rolled out a few improvements as of late that included terminating many individuals for inappropriate behavior, "counting 13 who were senior supervisors or more."

He included that Google refreshed its arrangement to guarantee VPs and senior VPs "reveal any association with a collaborator paying little respect to announcing line or nearness of contention.

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