#1 Google Recruiters Told to "Cancel interviews with applicants Who Weren’t Female, Black or Hispanic" by algernonpj 04.03.2018 16:26

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Google Recruiters Told to "Cancel interviews with applicants Who Weren’t Female, Black or Hispanic"
March 4, 2018
Daniel Greenfield

YouTube is a Google joint. And Google really needs to be investigated.

The media left has been trying to obstruct an investigations of discriminatory practices by spamming fake discrimination lawsuits by lefties. But the evidence still keeps pilling up.

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YouTube last year stopped hiring white and Asian males for technical positions because they didn’t help the world’s largest video site achieve its goals for improving diversity, according to a civil lawsuit filed by a former employee.

“Last spring, YouTube recruiters were allegedly instructed to cancel interviews with applicants who weren’t female, black or Hispanic,”


This is blatant discrimination. Google is denying it, but it would fit with what we know about the toxic crybullying atmosphere inside the search and online ad monopoly.

Arne Wilberg, a former longtime recruiter filed the lawsuit. It alleges that,

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"In April of 2017, Google’s Technology Staffing Management team was instructed by Alogna to immediately cancel all Level 3 (0-5 years experience) software engineering interviews with every single applicant who was not either female, Black, or Hispanic and to purge entirely any applications by non-diverse employees from the hiring pipeline. Plaintiff refused to comply with this request."


Which is a good thing as it's illegal.

The lawsuit is heavily documented. It documents for example that, "the manager of YouTube's Tech Staffing Management Team, Allison Alogna, wrote an e-mail to the staffing team in which she writes, "Hi Team: Please continue with L3 candidates in process and only accept new L3 candidates that are from historically underrepresented groups."

It also states that, "Google on occasion would circulate e-mails instructing its employees to purge any and all references to the race-gender quotas from its e-mail database."

So Google knew that its actions were illegal and was covering them up.

Various other steps were allegedly taken to pressure recruiters into complying with Google's discriminatory practices. Meanwhile diversity had come to resemble slavery.

And one recruiter complained that "the team talked about black people in meetings like we were talking about black slaves as slave traders on a ship."

So progressive.

https://www.frontpagemag.com/point/26948...niel-greenfield

#2 RE: Google Recruiters Told to "Cancel interviews with applicants Who Weren’t Female, Black or Hispanic" by Cincinnatus 04.03.2018 17:10

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Yes, it's discriminatory. Yes, it's racist. But Google is a well known bastion of Liberalism so it doesn't matter.

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