Google has revoked corporate meeting of employees after they began to worry about possible bullying on the Internet. It is reported by The New York Times.
Meeting planned to devote to the discussion of the scandal that erupted over the letter of a software engineer: he has been sent to all staff their thoughts about gender inequality in the company. According to the unknown author, women's biological characteristics can not achieve success in IT industry.
Half an hour before the start of the meeting employees of the company received a letter from the CEO Sundar Pichai. In it, he stated that he had planned to hold an open and impartial discussion of the problem, but hundreds of employees have begun to worry that after that they will be forced to speak in public or starting to slack off on the Internet.
Pichai promised that soon the company will come up with a safe meeting format.
5 Aug network appeared page letter from a Google employee stating that gender inequality in the technology field related to the biological characteristics of a female. The author was sure that the girls are constantly worried and I can't stand a lot of stress.
Later it turned out that the author is a worker, the search unit James Damor (James Damore). He was fired for "distribution of harmful gender stereotypes."
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