Google walkout organizers vow to 'not let up' following CEO's response
Thursday, 8 November 2018 The battle to reform Google is just getting started.
Hours after Google CEO Sundar Pichai emailed employees a plan to end forced arbitration in cases involving sexual harassment and assault at the company, organizers of last week's global Google walkout responded with a statement of their own. The letter, signed by nine...
According to Business Insider, Google walkout campaigners got 20,000 employees to leave their desks last week. The Google Walkout For Real Change organized the walkout to protest discrimination, racism, sexual harassment, and Google's workplace culture. The protest included Google employees, along...
Organizers of last November's Google Walkout, in which thousands of employees left their offices in solidarity and protest over the company's handling of sexual misconduct cases, are making headlines..
On Tuesday, Google CEO Sundar Pichai was confronted by Alex Jones outside his House Judiciary Committee.
Business Insider reports Jones accused Pichai and Google of making "global censorship systems"..
During a House Judiciary Committee hearing on Tuesday, Google Chief Executive Sundar Pichai said there were two main advertisements linked to Russia during the 2016 election. He also said that he leads..