One of the most established companies in Silicon Valley Googlehas been involved in allegations of sexual harassment for a long time last year. The company had fired more than 48 employees for alleged sexual harassment in two years. Allegedly, 48 people, including 13 managers, were fired; Andy Rubin, who ceased contact with Google in 2014, under the statements of the company's CEO Sundar Pichai. Rubin, who left the company with $ 90 million in compensation, said these claims were unfounded. Even then, Google employees around the world organized a giant march.
Following this plot, Google revised its policy of sexual harassment and said that arbitration would be arbitrary primarily for allegations of sexual harassment and sexual assault; He reported that the Research Report would include a new section focusing on sexual harassment.
What's happening on Google?
Despite all this input-development-result triangle, it is not possible to say that everything has been completed for Google. Jennifer Blakely, a former employee of Google's legal department, recently wrote a blog post. Google's roofing company David Drummond, Alphabet's chief of law and Jessica Blakely had an affair, and the two had a child.
Blakely describes the process after his relationship with David Drummond as “hell.” Because Drummond, who was married at the time of the relationship, said that their relationship could lead to misunderstandings in the company and that he wanted Blakely to leave the company and that he would take care of his child and Blakely himself. Blakely blames himself for having an affair with a married man and admits it. But things don't work out the way they want. Drummond is leaving Blakely. It is learned later that he starts to work with another assistant working in the company. In this process, managers are covering up what is done.
According to Blakely's article, Drummond, who came to visit his son, showed him the Daily Mail, which describes the open marriage and relationships of younger CEOs and former CEO Eric Schmidt with younger women. This article clearly describes how “apparently” works.
Although the story contains magazine details, the essence of the event “abuse of power“It is possible to say that because earlier allegations of harassment, senior managers are sent after these allegations with high compensation is a proof of this. None of us to examine the process ethically in such matters is not limited. Whether married or not, people's preferences are completely private life. The reflections of relationships in business life and the strong ones sweeping under the carpet to protect themselves reveal that even big technology companies have serious problems.
As a result, both Blakely's article and the events we learned gradually over the past year show that there is abuse in Google's management. It is not known whether a solution has been reached with the new resolutions, but it is promising that everyone is getting more and more information about the events.