Google's Approval Of $135 Million Payout To Execs Accused Of Sexual Misconduct Sparks Fresh Employee Backlash
Google employees stage a walkout on November 1, 2018, in New York, over sexual harassment. “Imagine a world where we’re not paying sexual predators over $100 million dollars,” she said. The hashtag was spread by Googlers as well as other tech workers:The lawsuit also underscored organizers' demand to have employee representation on the board. The suit alleges that Alphabet CEO Larry Page awarded Rubin a $150 million stock grant without first consulting Alphabet’s compensation committee. Whittaker said that Google organizers would continue pushing for all of their original demands, including board member representation.