In an effort to overcome the harassment crises within the company, Google revealed a dedicated Web site to make it easier for employees to be informed about harassment in the workplace.
Melony Parker, global director of diversity, equity and inclusion, said in a blog posted: “Clarifying how employees can raise concerns by combining multiple channels into a new dedicated site. ”
Google has said it is also working on a website similar to its temporary workforce that will be completed by June.
Nearly 20,000 Google employees quit last November against workplace harassment worldwide, Chief Executive Sander Pichai later announced that the company would end forced arbitration because of sexual harassment and abuse, allowing workers to take the matter to court.
Google said it had internally published the “Investigation Report,” the fifth annual summary of staff misconduct investigations, including discrimination, harassment and reprisals.
“After a four-month trial, we are expanding our People Support Program So that Google employees can bring a colleague to investigate harassment and discrimination. ”
Google said it also shared workplace policies in general – including policies on harassment, discrimination, reprisals, behavior standards and workplace behavior. “We want all Google employees to walk in a dignified and respected workplace,” Parker said.