World’s leading search engine giant Google has paid total $105 million to two of his executives accused of sexual harassment. The news was first reported by wall street journal.
The suit mentioned that the Board of Google-approved $105 million exit offer to Rubin and Amit Singhal.
The suit describe how Singhal “was allowed to quietly resign at Google in 2016 in the wake of credible allegations of sexual harassment, and was paid millions in severance.”
The filed suit was also revealed that Google agreed to pay $45 million to
“Because Google’s Board concealed the reasons for Singhal’s departure, he found another lucrative job,” the suit states.
In Feb 2016 before the resignation, Amit Singhal was a senior vice president of Google search, one of the most profitable arms of the company.
During the time, Singhal framed his resignation as retirement and later joined Uber in Jan 2017.
A month later, then-Uber CEO Travis Kalanick asked Singhal to resign after discovering Singhal did not disclose the sexual harassment investigation at Google.
Though Singhal cleared the facts