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- Hundreds of Google employees took part in a walkout at the company’s Mountain View, California headquarters Thursday to protest sexual harassment and gender discrimination.
- Protestors shouted things such as, “time’s up!” and “enough is enough.”
- Organizers have issued a list of demands, including that the company put together and share with the public a report about sexual harassment inside its offices.
- Organizers said they felt company management heard their complaints, but urged Google brass to address their demands with “urgency.”
MOUNTAIN VIEW, CALIFORNIA — For years, Google employees felt the company’s executives weren’t listening to their complaints about sexual misconduct and gender discrimination at the tech giant.
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- Google staff across the world are abandoning their desks in protest of sexual misconduct
- An executive with Google’s parent company resigns with no severance after sexual misconduct allegations come to light
- Google employees are reportedly planning a walkout this week in protest of the recent sexual misconduct revelations