Microsoft | Leaked email chain reveals hellish harassment culture for women

Leaked email chain reveals hellish harassment culture for women

Women working within the tech giant Microsoft have shared details of sexual harassment and discrimination via a leaked email chain.

The chain received hundreds of responses since it began on March 20, which has since lead to employees protesting about the work culture during a Q&A with CEO Satya Nadella on Thursday.

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Comments (1)

  • Exmsft
    Exmsft
    Fri, 5 Apr 2019 6:14pm BST
    Just the tip of the iceberg.. We will see if Microsoft will, as usual, dismiss this with some ‘talk’ and PR management. And then punish the people who speak up by spreading the punishment to time and killing victims’ careers and diminishing their self confidence. This has been Microsoft’s expertise in handling discrimination, harassment and retaliation. In couple years, we will see harassers being promoted. And we’ll see the 55M being spent on shiny diversity marketing campaigns.