Claire Stapleton, one of Google's organizers of last year's global strike, in protest of the media giant's sexual harassment, said in a letter to her resignation from the tech giant after retaliation.
Stapleton explained her reasons for resigning her colleagues, who were released on Medium on Friday.
"The last few months have been unbearably stressful and confusing," reads the article. "But they also opened my eyes: the more I talked about what I experienced, the more I heard and the more I understood how universal these topics are, which is why I find it so depressing that the leadership has decided You just have to refute my story, you have a different version of what happened, that's how it works. "
Stapleton was a marketing manager for YouTube owned by Google and spent 1
"When they say that Claire's experience has not occurred, they speak with everyone who thought of my story sounded familiar, anyone who has undergone it in any way has: kicked out or punished for vociferous, discriminated, isolated, harassed, people telling each other their stories, Stapleton refusing, our Mensc It's not very Googley, "she said," to acknowledge being able to engage in more in-depth questions.
Stapleton was one of seven employees who organized a global protest called Google Walkout for Real Change in November 2018.
Images published on social media showed that clerks who demanded changes in handling complaints about sexual harassment, according to an article in the New York Times in which two executives accused of misconduct , were apparently rewarded with multi-million dollar exit packages, while one-third stayed in a highly paid job.