More than 20,000 Googlers and contractors participated in a global workout yesterday to protest harassment of the company's chief executive officers, according to a protest organizer who announced mid-term publications yesterday. As of September 30, 2018, Google has 94,372 full-time and contract employees worldwide, with more than 20% of the companies participating in workouts.
According to Google event organizer Tanuja Gupta, an event organizer in the name of Google Walkout for real change in New York, "We are seeing the eyes of many companies." We have always been a pioneer company,
Immediate release: Google employees have worked primarily in US offices, but Australia, Brazil, Canada, Germany, India, Ireland, Japan, the Netherlands, the Philippines, the United Kingdom, Singapore, Sweden and Switzerland, 20,000 Googlers and contractors have participated in the global disaster for real change in 50 cities around the world on November 1, 2018: https://t.co/cOGmohJaEw # GoogleWalkout
– Workout for Google real change (@GoogleWalkout) November 2, 2018
Because participants are still counted yesterday Along with unpublished figures, the storm organizers decided that Google CEO Sundar Pichai would reconsider their plans on Monday to "address five key requirements."
Such demands include: harassment and discrimination A mandatory arbitration must be completed at the end of the "Wage and Opportunity Inequality Termination" promise, a publicly disclosed sexual harassment transparency report, a "comprehensive procedure" to report sexual abuse safely and anonymously, a top diversity manager responding directly to the CEO, "
The organizer requests that Google appoint an official employee representative for the board. "Google is culturally famous, but in reality it does not meet the basics of respect, justice and fairness," said Claire Stapleton, organizational chairperson.
Google did not immediately respond to comments.