Google Fires Diversity Memo Author as CEO Slams Message

Oleh | August 8, 2017

A memo written by a male engineer at Google about gender variations sparked a quick rebuttal from Google after it circulated extensively online.

Google CEO Sundar Pichai [pictured above] denounced the memo in an digital message on Monday foradvancing dangerous gender stereotypesand said he was reducing quick a journey to maintain a metropolis hall with workers on Thursday. The engineer, James Damore, was fired, in preserving with Bloomberg , which cited an digital message from him. An digital message despatched to an tackle believed to be used by Damore was not immediately returned; Google declined to comment.

The engineer’s extensively shared memo, titledGoogle’s Ideological Echo Chamber,” criticized Google for pushing mentoring and selection packages and foralienating conservatives.

Google’s just-hired head of diversity, Danielle Brown, responded earlier collectively with her personal memo, saying that Google isunequivocal in our notion that range and inclusion are essential to our success.She said change is tough andoften uncomfortable.

The battling messages come as Silicon Valley grapples with accusations of sexism and discrimination. Google might be inside the midst of a Department of Labor investigation into whether or not it pays women decrease than men, whereas Uber’s CEO not too prolonged in the past misplaced his job amid accusations of widespread sexual harassment and discrimination.

Leading tech companies, collectively with Google, Facebook and Uber, have said they’re attempting to reinforce hiring and dealing situations for women. But range numbers are barely altering .

The Google worker memo, which gained consideration on-line over the weekend, begins by saying that solely honest dialogue will tackle an absence of equity. But it additionally asserts that womenprefer jobs in social and creative areaswhereas extra malesmay like coding as a consequence of it requires systemizing.

The memo, which was shared on the tech weblog Gizmodo, attributes organic variations between males and women to the set off whywe haven’t bought 50% illustration of women

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