Filed by Dhillon Law Group, the suit looks to represent all Google employees who've been discriminated against due to their "perceived conservative political views by Google", "their male gender by Google", and "due to their Caucasian race by Google". Damore and Gudeman also claim Google shames hiring managers who fail to meet illegal diversity quotas in place, and that male and white candidates are openly said to be "less favored" than others in the hiring process.
Damore came to fame after he wrote the now-infamous "Google Manifesto, " where he pointed out that "differences in distributions of traits between men and women may in part explain why we don't have 50% representation of women in tech".
The lengthy complaint totals some 62 pages and contains in excess of 100 additional exhibits and appendices, most of which are comprised of memes or social media posts made by Google employees.
In their lawsuit, the pair claimed Google staffers openly discussed in meetings how women and members of certain ethic groupings would receive preferential treatment when it came to hiring and promotions.
James Damore is filing a class action lawsuit against Google.
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Screenshots of the messages and e-mails from the employees provide ample evidence that the suit isn't making up any of the claims nor are they unsubstantiated.
It accused the internet advertising giant of systematic and deliberate discrimination against white male staff who held conservative viewpoints - alleging the duo plus other white dudes were victimized and blacklisted for roles within the corporation.
The lawsuit is seeking compensation against Google and an injunction against the company for its alleged discrimination.
Damore was sacked in august for writing an anti-diversity manifesto.
The suit claims Google protected employees who silenced conservatives: "Google created an environment of protecting employees who harassed individuals who spoke out against Google's view or the 'Googley way, ' as it is sometimes known internally". At the time of his ouster, Sundar Pichai, the chief executive of Google, described Damore's comments as "offensive", arguing they violating the company's Code of Conduct and would advance "harmful gender stereotypes in the workplace". It's not a totally surprising filing given Damore filed a federal labor complaint previous year and began working with Dhillon during August 2017 on "fact gathering" - looking for other white dudes who felt wronged by Google - for what would eventually become today's complaint. Last month, a fourth complainant joined their suit. Four women allege they were underpaid by Google compared with their male counterparts.