The Good News: (Some) Engineers Are Saying 'No Thanks' to Silicon Valley Companies, Citing Ethical Concerns

That chorus of dissent is now growing louder as outside engineers voice their concerns to recruiters working for those tech companies. It’s likely no accident that women, underrepresented minorities, LGBTQ people, and other underrepresented groups in the tech industry are among the more prominent voices speaking out through recruitment channels, Luo says. And their opinions may carry […]

That chorus of dissent is now growing louder as outside engineers voice their concerns to recruiters working for those tech companies.
It’s likely no accident that women, underrepresented minorities, LGBTQ people, and other underrepresented groups in the tech industry are among the more prominent voices speaking out through recruitment channels. And their opinions may carry even more weight because of Silicon Valley’s eagerness to recruit more diverse workforces.


 


Will this ever happen in India, where (MANY) companies are known to have unethical dealings with government (and other bodies).

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