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Ex-Google Employee Claims Wrongful Firing For Criticizing James Damore’s Memo

Former Google engineer Tim Chevalier sued the company, claiming he was fired for sharing politically liberal posts on Google's internal message boards.

PAMELA GELLER: Social Media Censorship Panel at CPAC, with — Pamela Geller, James O’Keefe, Jim Hoft, James Damore, Harmeet Dillon, Dan Gainor

I am so excited to announce today that CPAC has agreed to hold a panel discussion on Social Media Cencorship — the most pressing issue facing conservatives today. PAMELA GELLER: Social Media Censorship Panel at CPAC — James Damore, Harmeet...Show More Summary

The NLRB Says Google Did Not Violate Discrimination Laws in Firing James Damore

In August, Google fired engineer James Damore for an internal memo he wrote which questioned the role of biology in career choice. He wondered if the reason there were fewer women in tech than one might expect had more to do with innate...Show More Summary

Idiotic Activists Reportedly Smash Sound Equipment During James Damore Speech in Portland (VIDEO)

A speech at Portland State University by James Damore, author of the infamous Google memo, was interrupted on Saturday night when activists reportedly smashed the sound system. The former Google engineer is currently suing the Silicon...Show More Summary

Google's firing of James Damore was legal, labor board says - CNET

The US National Labor Relations Board says Google fired the author of a controversial diversity memo not to silence a dissenter, but over "unprotected discriminatory statements."

Google's firing of James Damore was legal, according to a federal labor agency

A federal agency has found that Google was well within its legal rights to fire James Damore in 2017. The company dismissed its former engineer after he wrote a paper arguing that woman aren't as biologically equipped for leadership roles as men. Show More Summary

NLRB: Google’s firing of James Damore didn’t violate federal labor law

"...statements about immutable traits linked to sex...were discriminatory" The post NLRB: Google’s firing of James Damore didn’t violate federal labor law appeared first on Hot Air.

Labor Board Rules Google’s Firing of James Damore Was Legal

Google released the former senior software engineer last August after he wrote a ten-page memo arguing that biological differences between men and women accounted for the gender disparity in software engineering.

Labor Review Board lawyer says fired Googler James Damore has no case

Google did not violate the law when it fired engineer James Damore for circulating a controversial memo inside the company, according to the National Labor Review Board’s general counsel Jayme L Sophir. Last year, Damore shared a document...Show More Summary

Labor Board Found Google Was Within Its Rights To Fire Author Of Anti-Diversity Memo

Google did not violate labour law by firing James Damore, the author of a memo that argued women were biologically less capable to work in software engineering than men, according to an attorney for the National Labor Relations Board. More »      

Google's firing of engineer James Damore did not break labor law, NLRB lawyer concludes

Google’s firing of engineer James Damore over his controversial memo criticizing the company’s diversity policies and “politically correct monoculture” did not violate U.S. labor law, a federal agency lawyer concluded. Statements in Damore’s 3,000-word memo “regarding biological differences between...

Google CEO: 'No regrets' firing diversity memo writer James Damore

During the Recode and MSNBC Revolution town hall, Google CEO Sundar Pichai discusses firing James Damore, the aiuthor of a controversial diversity memo and maintains the company’s action was not done for political reasons.

Google CEO Reaffirms Firing James Damore Was The Way To Go, 'I Don't Regret It'

Google CEO Sundar Pichai isn't rattled by former engineer James Damore's lawsuit against the tech giant for alleged discrimination against white, conservative men, at least according to remarks he made this week to MSNBC and Recode. More »      

Google CEO Sundar Pichai doesn't regret firing James Damore - CNET

After accidentally turning Damore into a conservative hero, Google execs say the former employee violated company rules. Period.

Google CEO: “I don’t regret” firing James Damore

Google CEO Sundar Pichai says he still believes that it was appropriate to fire James Damore. “I don’t regret it,” said Pichai, in an interview with Recode’s Kara Swisher and MSNBC’s Ari Melber. “It was the right decision,” YouTube CEO Susan Wojcicki, echoed on stage. It’s been almost six months since the company dismissed the engineer, who… Read More

“I don’t regret it at all”: Top Google execs on firing James Damore

Last summer, Google fired James Damore for violating its code of conduct after the engineer circulated a memo arguing that women may far less well in technical jobs than men because of biological differences between the sexes. AfterShow More Summary

Google CEO: We didn't fire the diversity memo writer for political reasons

Google CEO Sundar Pichai said the company did not fire James Damore, the author of the controversial memo on diversity, for political reasons. Damore sued Google for discrimination last week. The lawsuit claims Google discriminates against...Show More Summary

Don't Force Google To Hire Conservatives

By Mises Institute – On January 8th, 2018, former Google employee James Damore filed a discrimination lawsuit against the tech giant. Damore made national headlines last year after he released the Google Memo. In the memo, Damore alleged...

"How To Properly Punch A Nazi" & Other Insane Tidbits From James Damore's Lawsuite Against Google

Authored by Rachel Stoltzfoos via The Federalist, Employees were allowed to award those who spoke out against Damore's memo 'peer bonuses' monitored by the 'Google Recognition Team'... The lawsuit James Damore filed against Google  on...Show More Summary



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