Google Sued For Racial Discrimination, Segregation And Sexual Harassment At Work Place

Google Sued For Racial Discrimination, Segregation And Sexual Harassment At Work Place

April Curley, a former Google employee, claims that the firm is obviously discriminatory to its black employees, even claiming that they are at risk of harassment.

Curley went on to shed light on the company’s discriminatory hiring process. Candidates who managed to secure an interview were often hazed for being black by being given particularly difficult interview questions.

These were allegedly designed to place these employees at lower-level brackets. Additionally, Many qualified black candidates were portrayed as not being “Googly” enough.

Concerns around Ms Curley’s working environment came to light with Curley stating that she was subjected to a hostile working environment during her six years at the company. She explained that she was often mistaken for two other black employees.

These employees and herself collectively were not allowed to provide input during meetings and sexual misconduct was allegedly initiated when a manager asked her about her sexual preference in terms of partners.

In the lawsuit, Ms Curley stated that in 2019 she suffered a reduction in pay while also being reprimanded after offering feedback in relation to internal practices during a team meeting. A year later she was placed on a performance improvement plan with her employment concluding soon after.

The lawsuit stands alongside multiple complaints from black employees based on their experience in the company.

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