Google employees stage walkout over sexual harassment
Google employees around the world staged a massive walkout in protest of the company’s handling of workplace sexual misconduct complaints. The walkout comes after The New York Times reported the tech company paid millions of dollars in exit packages to male executives accused of sexual misconduct. The company responded that it fired dozens of people for harassment over two years, but none of them received exit packages. NBC business correspondent Jo Ling Kent reports for TODAY.
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