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Google’s head of human resources is stepping down

Google’s head of human resources is renouncing, the company announced today. Google said Eileen Naughton, who joined Google in 2006 and became its vice president of beings activities four years earlier, will move to a different character at the company, but did not say when transition periods will occur.

In a statement to the press, Google CEO Sundar Pichai said,” Over the past 13 times, Eileen has induced significant contribution to the company in countless fields, from media partnerships, to leading our UK runnings, to leading our People Operations team through a reporting period substantial growth–during which over 70,000 parties have started their business at Google. We’re grateful to Eileen for all she’s done and look forward to her next chapter at Google .”

Naughton said in her own statement that she is leaving the role for category reasonableness:” My husband and I have decided–after six years old on the road, first in London and now San Francisco–to return home to New York to be closer to our genealogy. I’m at the very beginning of the process, and wanted to let everyone know upfront, as I’ll be working with Sundar and Ruth[ Porat, Google’s CFO] to find a great supervisor for the People Operations team .”

During Naughton’s years as head of human resources, Google has braved a series of disputes with its workforce.

The company’s alleged handling of sexual harassment declarations lead to mass stoppages at places various regions of the world, and several works later claimed that they were wrongfully started in retaliation for labor organizing.

Google has also been criticized for diversity problems, including low retention rates of black, Latinx and Native employees. Last-place November, the company changed its all-hands meeting policy in a bid to prevent spills to the media.

Measures taken by Google over the same period to address labor issues include more helps for contractors, an updated process for reporting misconduct and the end of forced arbitration for employees.

Read more: feedproxy.google.com

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