Though it’s been a year since the #MeToo movement first began, companies are still experiencing the fallout. And not even tech giant Google is immune.
On the morning of November 1, employees left their desks and filed out of Google’s Singapore office. They were the first of thousands of “Googlers” and Google contract workers that walked off the job to protest a company culture that has allowed a “history of harassment, discrimination, and protecting abusers.”
The organizers of the coordinated action published demands for change at Google. Those demands include:
Changes to Google’s process for handling employee complaints,