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In a memo written by a Google employee who alleges that discrimination against pregnant women, has gone viral on the tech giant, according to the Board.
With the title, “I did Not go Back to Google After a maternity leave, and Here’s Why:” the memo is reported to have been seen by more than 10,000 employees at the tech giant. A Google employee has posted a meme in support of the author’s internal message board, main control board, reports.
The memo’s author, claims that she suffered retaliation and discrimination while she was pregnant, according to the Board. “I have had reported to me on several occasions, my manager’s ongoing retaliation, and how will it affect my health,” she writes.
#GOOGLEWALKOUT TO THE ORGANISERS, SAYING THE TECH GIANT, IN REVENGE, AGAINST THEM, WITH THE DISMISSALS, DEMOTIONS, AND GASLIGHTING
System board issued the text of the memo with the author’s name and other identifying information redacted. The news site says that it has been established that the authenticity of the memo. However, the system board has not been able to verify the claims made in the memo.
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The memo’s author, declined to comment on the system board.
“We forbid any retaliation in the workplace and in the public areas of our clear policies,” a Google spokesman said in a statement via e-mail to Fox News. “In order to make sure that there are no complaints, which is unheard of at Google, we want to give employees more channels to report, including anonymously, and to investigate all allegations of reprisal.”
THE ORGANIZER OF THE #GOOGLEWALKOUT IS SAYING THAT THE BACKLASH FROM THE TECH GIANT
Earlier this year, two employees of Google who have helped out in the organising of the mass of the global walkout, it took 20,000 workers are away from their desks is also alleged retaliation by the tech giant. In the November, 2018 the walkout was called by the Mountain View, Calif.-firm’s response to claims of sexual harassment.
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Claire Stapleton, one of the walkout, the lead of the organizers, and then resigned after alleging that she is revenge against it. Google denied the accusations against him.
From Fox News: Christopher Carbone contributed to this article.
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