Google has announced in a company-wide e-mail that has also come to the edge .
In the email, Google CEO, Sundar Pichai, announces That the company will reduce its weekly "TGIF" offices to a once-monthly, business-only meeting, "in part," thanks to a coordinated effort that after each TGIF we share our discussions outside the company, "Pichai writes that he knows the coordinated leak" is new information for many of you. "
Unless the Washington Post wrote about the leaks in last month of another TGIF meeting, Pichai reportedly observed the following: "You I've clearly seen how many leaks we see. "In 201
Google has been drawing a lot of attention to the discussions lately. Last month, a Google employee reported that a new internal Chrome extension had marked all employee meetings that had booked over 10 rooms or invited over 100 people. Google insisted that this was a "reminder" to "make sure" people were automatically added to meetings. A few days earlier, Recode reported that Google had tried to end a union-organizing meeting of employees in Zurich.  Leaks occur because the inside of Google is pretty dense. There were protests and resignations because of Google's decision to sign a contract with the Department of Defense (which was not renewed). The open letter of 1,400 workers demanding transparency in the context of China's censored search tool "Dragonfly". The Global Strike of the Employees on Sexual Misconduct. The report that two organizers of the strike were downgraded and reassigned . The open letter in which over 900 employees demanded equal treatment of contract workers. The Google memo prohibiting political speech at work. The False Claims of Listening and Learning During his shadow industry was left in the dark by 100,000 contractors . And, of course, there's the 2017 Anti-Diversity Memo that first leaked to Gizmodo, and where Google's current engineer James Damore complained about the company's diversity initiatives, Gizmodo says Gizmodo is authentic and states that Google " Regular social TGIFs will be held in offices around the world "and town halls" on important issues in the workplace ".
Read the full letter on the Verge here .