A former Google employee recently made a shocking revelation, and disclosed that he departed from the company after purportedly being refused a promotion based on his skin colour. Shaun Maguire, who worked with Google from 2016 to 2019 said that despite being “one of the highest performing people", he was denied a promotion for being a white man. Maguire quoted his the-then-supervisor saying "I can't promote you right now because I have a quota". A source privy to the situation told New York Post,  the purported quota was reportedly linked to pressure from employee resource group established on the aftermath of the #Me Too scandals. Taking to X (formerly twitter), the ex-Google employee shared his experience, and claimed that Google had denied that it really happened. Google’s Gemini AI Chatbot Violates India’s IT Laws and Several Provisions of Criminal Codes: MoS IT Rajeev Chandrasekhar.

Former Google Employee Says He Was Denied Promotion:

Maguire Conducts Poll on X:

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