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Sundar Pichai, Chief Executive Officer of Google Inc., will speak on Tuesday, May 8, 2018, during the Google I / O Developer Conference in Mountain View, California, USA.
Google boss Sundar Pichai sent an e-mail An internal email from Tuesday featuring a protest by the employees who were being tolerated on Thursday following a New York Times bombshell on corporate sexual misconduct CNBC with.
With the Times reporting on how Google shielded some of its executives, some employees organized a strike on Thursday. Pichai said in his latest note that Google's Head of People Operations, Eileen Naughton, would ensure that managers knew "Thursday's planned activities" and that employees had the "support" they needed.
Pichai also said his memo, which he had heard from many employees, some of whom formulated "constructive ideas" to improve Google's lawsuits and policies regarding sexual misconduct, and that the company would intervene on some of them. He also said that it was clear that the apology from a previous meeting with all hands was not enough, and he reiterated that he was "deeply sorry" that earlier actions had "caused pain".