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Google stays in solidarity with women employees over SC abortion ruling

The tech major tells employees that they can ‘apply for relocation without justification’ to avoid any future legal trouble.

The tech major tells employees that they can ‘apply for relocation without justification’ to avoid any future legal trouble.

With the controversial US verdict on new abortion rules already out, global technology major, Google in a move to show solidarity with its women employees, are most likely to be effected by the court verdict, has announced back all the women employees with available legal remedies in future.

Google’s chief people officer Fiona Cicconi in an email to employees, while informing about the Google’s response to the recent ruling of the US Supreme Court that overturned the right to a legal abortion established by Roe vs Wade case in 1973. The email said, “This is a profound change for the country that deeply effects so many of us, especially women.” It further tells employees that they can “apply for relocation without justification.”

Here’s the email as it appeared on The Verge website.

Hi everyone,

This morning the US Supreme Court issued a ruling in Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization that rolls back Roe v. Wade.

This is a profound change for the country that deeply affects so many of us, especially women. Everyone will respond in their own way, whether that’s wanting space and time to process, speaking up, volunteering outside of work, not wanting to discuss it at all or something else entirely. Please be mindful of what your co-workers may be feeling and, as always, treat each other with respect.

Equity is extraordinarily important to us as a company, and we share concerns about the impact this ruling will have on people’s health, lives, and careers. We will keep working to make information on reproductive healthcare accessible across our products and continue our work to protect user privacy.

To support Googlers and their dependents, our US benefits plan and health insurance covers out-of-state medical procedures that are not available where an employee lives and works. Googlers can also apply for relocation without justification, and those overseeing this process will be aware of the situation. If you need additional support, please connect 1:1 with a People Consultant via [link to internal tool redacted].

We will be arranging support sessions for Googlers in the US in the coming days. These will be posted to Googler News.

Please don’t hesitate to lean on your Google community in the days ahead and continue to take good care of yourselves and each other.

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