As other offices storm the streets, Google’s LA protest is quiet and sequestered
Is it really a walkout if you barely… walk out?
Google offices around the world protested sexual harassment and workplace discrimination at the company on Thursday. But in Los Angeles — a center of the #MeToo movement, thanks to Hollywood — Googlers staged a more staid, internal affair than the rabble-rousing actions of their co-workers worldwide.
The protests came in the wake of the New York Times report of Android creator Andy Rubin’s 2014 departure from the company due to a hushed up sexual harassment allegation — and his $90 million exit package. Read more…