A New York Times story has revealed that many executives at Google have not been willing to discuss the issue.
The article says that Google’s CEO Eric Schmidt and his chief operating officer Eric Baker have not shared their opinions on the topic with senior leadership.
In the past, the CEO and the COO have said that they will not be willing to speak with employees, but it appears that the CEOs have not changed their position on the matter.
Google is not the only company that is reluctant to discuss this issue.
According to the NYT, Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos and his CEO, Mike Sievert, are not willing to talk about their company’s diversity issues with employees.
Bezos told The Times that he will not talk about it at the company’s annual shareholders meeting next month.
However, Bezos said that the company will continue to improve its diversity efforts and “continue to work towards a more inclusive and fair workplace.”
Amazon is one of the companies that are working hard to improve the diversity of its workforce.
The company has invested millions of dollars to improve and increase the representation of women and people of color in its workforce, according to The Washington Post.
The paper also reports that the number of women at Amazon is expected to grow to nearly 50 percent in 2019.
The Amazon CEO has also said that he wants to hire more women than men at the Amazon Web Services division.
This news comes after Google CEO Sundar Pichai said that Google is “not looking to hire white men” to work at the search giant.
Pich, however, was not willing talk about the issue in a recent interview with CNN.
Pichi is a strong supporter of the #BlackLivesMatter movement, which calls for a greater focus on police reform and racial justice.
However the Google CEO said that hiring people of Color is a “challenge” and that the technology company “cannot just focus on diversity.”