By ET Bureau - June 18, 2020 1 Mins Read
Google has announced new hiring goals that address better inclusion of racial diversity. Sundar Pichai, Google CEO said company pledges to have 30% more of its leaders from
underrepresented groups by 2025. All leadership openings now will be shared externally and the company will increase investments in office locations outside of Mountain View. Google will also include training on racial consciousness for all employees and boosting diversity among leadership. Pichai also said Google would strive to be more inclusive, with steps such as eliminating an office security procedure that may have led to racial profiling.
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