Employees demand inclusive, safe workplace with #GoogleWalkout

The protests, staged across Google’s offices throughout the world, demand for the tech giant to commit to a more diverse workforce and better handle sexual misconduct claims.

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Time’s up for workplace harassment and discrimination at Google.

On Thursday, thousands of Google employees plan to walk out of company offices around the world to protest “a workplace that doesn’t work for everyone.”

Protests, which started in Tokyo, are already underway, with individual offices’ staff walking out at 11:10 a.m. local time. Participating employees are leaving behind flyers emblazoned with the message, “I walked out for real change”:

Google employees and contractors will be leaving these flyers at their desks tomorrow. #googlewalkout pic.twitter.com/rqFbXzavZQ

— Google Walkout For Real Change (@GoogleWalkout) November 1, 2018

The Verge reported:

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