So it been reported that Google allegedly paid a total of $105 million to two of it execs Andy Rubin and Amit Singhal after they were accused of sexual harassment at the company. Rubin was offered $90 million while Singhal,who left Uber after it was revealed that he did not disclose the sexual harassment allegation was given $15 million.
The suit which was filed by the company’s shareholder James Martin, confirms the board of directors approved the $90 million byebye package for Rubin “as a goodbye present to him( like are you kidding me right now). They did this leaving to mention the important issue which was, of course, what was the true reason for Rubin’s ‘resignation’— his egregious sexual harassment while at Google.” The suit also mentioned how singhal was given the freedom to quitely resign at Google back 2016 in the wake of substential allegations of sexual harassment, and was paid millions in severance.( did you just hear that😖).
It was even noted that the search giants offered to pay singhal $45 million but had to slash the price because ge was going to work for a competitor😂 Google initially agreed to pay Singhal annual cash payments of $15 million, to be paid 12 months and then 24 months after his exit. Google offered an additional maximum of $15 million to be paid 36 months after his exit, contingent upon him not joining a competitor.
Singhal who framed his resignation as a retirement was senior vice president of search before his evacuation in 2016. To show how bad it is, he (singhal) immediately secured another job at uber, but the ride-hailing company ain’t gonna be part of this whole conspiracy😏😉 that why a month after singhal got into Uber he was asked by the then ceo of uber Travis Kalanick to resign after discovering Singhal did not disclose the sexual harassment investigation at Google.
The harrasment accusations is starting to become like a thing, remember in 2018 Google said 48 people had been terminated for sexual harassment, including 13 who were senior managers and above ( you can imagine that).
Google spokesman finallh came out to clear the air by saying “There are serious consequences for anyone who behaves inappropriately at Google. In recent years, we’ve made many changes to our workplace and taken an increasingly hard line on inappropriate conduct by people in positions of authority”.