Google’s famous Googleplex headquarters was the epicenter for its worldwide walkout over gender discrimination — here’s what it was like on the scene (GOOGL, GOOG)

Google employees, led by Kiwobe Allaire, left, and Tory Voight, lead chants such as Troy Wolverton/Business Insider

  • 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.

They’ve got senior management’s attention now.

See the rest of the story at Business Insider

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