Google is now the number one recruiter of U.S. human resources departments.
Now, a Google spokesperson has put out a statement saying the company doesn’t discriminate on the basis of race, ethnicity, religion, national origin, gender identity, age, disability or any other reason.
Google says that the company is committed to hiring the best and brightest, regardless of their background.
In an interview with Bloomberg, Google spokesperson John Sperling said the company does not discriminate against any person based on race, gender, ethnicity or religion.
Sperling, who has been with the company for five years, said Google has always made hiring and promotion decisions based on merit, with the goal of creating the best work environment for all of our employees.
“Our recruitment process is based on what we know best, and our hiring and advancement processes are based on the best practices in the industry, he said.
Google also has a diversity and inclusion policy, he added.
We do not use a ‘gender neutral’ term in our recruitment process,” the company says.”
In general, we do not ask applicants about their sexual orientation or gender identity.
We do not use a ‘gender neutral’ term in our recruitment process,” the company says.
In its statement, Google said that while it does not tolerate discrimination of any kind on the job, it doesn’t tolerate discrimination based solely on sexual orientations.
“We have a diversity of cultures in our company, and the diversity of experiences among our employees and other groups is a key part of our culture,” the statement reads.