An employee has accused Google of discriminating against pregnant women.
Her memo about the experience was read by over 10,000 current Google employees.
“I endured months of angry chats and emails, vetoed projects, her ignoring me during in-person encounters, and public shaming,” a Google employee wrote.
She claims she was told that her comments “might be shared directly” with her boss, but she shouldn’t worry “because strong measures are in place at Google to prevent retaliation.”
But “almost immediately” after discussing the issue with HR, her manager’s attitude toward her changed “drastically.”
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