Google’s head of human resources, Eileen Naughton, said on Monday she will depart that role, as tensions continue to rise between company management and workers who have protested the search giant’s workplace culture.
Naughton, a 14-year veteran of the company, will remain at Google in another role, though the search giant said it doesn’t know what her new role will be. (Officially, Naughton’s title was vice president of People Operations, Google parlance for HR.) Fortune earlier reported the news.
The shift comes as Google faces the greatest challenges to its culture in its 21-year history. During her tenure as head of HR, activists within the…
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