Following the debacle of James Damore’s ‘Diversity’ memo and subsequent firing, Google decided a companywide townhall meeting was necessary to address staff concerns with executives planning to field employees’ questions voted on by their peers. The questions with the most votes would get asked.
A sampling of some of the most popular questions as of Tuesday, according to employees, reflects the spectrum of views on the memo and its fallout.
One question asks how Google will protect female employees who have been harassed online for criticizing the memo.
Another asks whether Google lowers the bar for diversity candidates.
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Source: EU Times