Google’s head of Human Resources, Eileen Naughton, will be stepping down from her position later this year, Fortune reported on Monday. The news comes as tensions between Google executives and its employees have been on the rise in recent years regarding issues ranging from how the company handles sexual harassment claims to its work on a censored search engine for the Chinese market. ...
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