At Google San Francisco, about 1,000 protest
It is part of the worldwide protest that employees are staging to complain about Googles handling of sexual misconduct asserts
It is part of the worldwide protest that employees are staging to complain about Google’s handling of sexual-misconduct asserts.
About 1,000 Google workers in San Francisco have horded into a plaza in front of the city’s historic Ferry Building. Other Google protests took place in Cambridge London, Massachusetts and New York.
Hundreds of Google employees in New York are walking off the job and gathering at a nearby park. It’s part of worldwide protest employees are staging to complain about Google’s handling of sexual-misconduct claims.
Placards they are carrying have such messages as “Don’t Be Evil” and “Not OK Google.” The organizers are calling for an end to forced arbitration in cases of harassment and discrimination. They also desire Google to commit to ending pay inequity.
Designer Leung Li Jo says she wants to show support for the “MeToo” movement “so we can have a comfortable working environment.”