FILE PHOTO - The sign marking the Google offices is lit up in Cambridge, Massachusetts, U.S. on June 27, 2017. REUTERS/Brian Snyder/File Photo
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Google's new head of diversity has rejected an internal commentary from a male employee who suggested women don't get ahead in tech jobs because of biological differences.Google is also in the midst of a Department of Labor investigation into whether it pays women less than men.Google, like other tech companies, has far fewer women than men in technology and leadership positions. Fifty-six percent of its workers are white and 35 percent are Asian, while Hispanic and Black employees make up 4 percent and 2 percent of its workforce, respectively, according to the company's latest diversity report . As the employee memo shows, not everyone at Google is happy with this.
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