Google has fired 48 employees for sexual harassment in the last two years, the company’s CEO and head of HR wrote in a companywide memo. That includes 13 senior managers. The surprise disclosure Thursday came in an email to Google employees from CEO Sundar Pichai.
The memo said that none of those managers received “exit packages,” a term for cash and stock negotiated in exchange typically for leaving without filing a lawsuit or other complaints. The statement came from CEO Sundar Pichai, and was signed “Sundar and Eileen”—Eileen Naughton is Google’s head of human resources.