500 employees of Google write open letter to Sundar Pichai over rising cases of sexual harassment


You’ve probably heard of female employees being sexually harassed in almost every organization, whether public or private. But now Google’s name has been added. About 500 employees of the company have written a letter to Sundar Pichai, CEO of Google and Alphabet alleging harassment at Google’s office. The letter called for the protection of the victims and the provision of peace to the workers.

Amy Netfeld, who has already worked as an engineer at Google, wrote in her opinion piece in the New York Times that she was repeatedly pressured to meet with the person who was harassing her. The case is being re-assigned to another judge.

“The person who harassed me is still sitting next to me,” Amy wrote in an opinion piece. I was told to work from home or go on vacation because of this. However, Google has not yet commented on the allegations.

“Even though more than 20,000 employees of Alphabet have complained about sexual harassment, no action has been taken against the harasser,” the employee said in a letter to Sundar Pichai. This is against Google’s rules. Employees are being persuaded to tolerate the use of harassing people. “People are leaving the office in shock, but the culprits are still there and they are being rewarded there.”

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