Google employees proposed pay rates based on race and gender — here’s what they said

At a shareholder meeting for Alphabet Inc., Google’s parent company, employees of the company harshly criticized management on issues of diversity and inclusion. On behalf of Zevin Asset Management, a self-described “socially responsible” investment firm, Google employees presented a proposal that requested Alphabet Inc. consider “integrating sustainability performance metrics — including metrics regarding diversity and inclusion — among other factors evaluated in awarding executive pay … to help drive sustainability performance and improve senior executive accountability on race and gender-based inclusion during a time of particular challenge in our Company’s development.”

Watch the clip above to see Glenn Beck and the team react to the proposal on the “News and Why it Matters.”

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