Sunday, August 6, 2017

Google engineer posts anti-diversity treatise

By CNBC, Aug. 05, 2017

Google employees and Silicon Valley pundits are reacting with outrage to a 10-page document written by a Google engineer that criticizes the company's "left leaning" culture, taking aim at company policies meant to foster a more diverse workplace.

The document, which was first reported by Motherboard and published in full by Gizmodo, was written by a Google engineer and went "viral" inside the company on Friday. The engineer's identity has not been revealed, but he reports to Google VP Ari Balogh, who is listed on Crunchbase as the company's executive VP of storage infrastructure products.

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1 comment:

  1. Why should diversity be a requirement enforced by law? What this means is that as a business owner, you can be forced by the government to hire people who may not be the best candidate for the job simply because you have what they consider to be "too many" white people working for you. That is WRONG. In order to be successful, businesses must hire the best people available, regardless of what they look like or what their beliefs are. Hiring is about bringing in people who can get the job done, not being an enforcer of social justice.


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