Google employees say they want: Ending forced arbitration in cases of harassment and discrimination. a commitment to ending pay and unequal opportunities; a report on the harassment of sexual harassment to the public. a clear inclusion process for the reporting of sexual offenses safely and anonymously; and the principal responsible for diversity should report directly to the CEO and make recommendations to the board, as well as the appointment of a staff representative to the board of directors.
"THE [New York Times] Our article gave a close window to a culture we know well, like Google employees. These stories are our stories. We share them with discolored tones in trusted peers, friends and colleagues. There are thousands of us at every level of the company. And we had enough, "they wrote.
One of the authors of the work, Celie O'Neil-Hart, told reporters outside the Mountain View protest that he was proud of the employees' response: "We really represent a movement in Google for a long time, he said. "We feel we have heard, yes, we look forward to acting."
Op-ed also included more details about their five company leadership demands.
For example, the organizers said Google must ensure that there are women of color at all levels of the company.
"This must be accompanied by transparent data on the gender, race and ethnic gender pay gap, both at the level and in years of industrial experience, accessible to all Google workers and contractors and the alphabet," they added.
Meanwhile, the Transparency Report on Public Sexual Harassment should include information such as the number of allegations of harassment in the company over time and in which product range, as well as any exit packages and their value.
The organizers also reported that the current procedure for reporting sexual misconduct does not work.
HR performance is appreciated by senior executives and managers, forcing them to put the administration's interests in front of employees reporting harassment and discrimination, "they wrote.
On Thursday, Google employees around the world left their offices at 11:10 local time. There have been demonstrations in several cities, such as New York, London, Singapore, Berlin, Tokyo and Zurich.
Rachel Metz contributed to this report.