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The controversial 10-page document - which was first published by technology news site Motherboard and has been circulated on social media - argues that different traits between men and women are key to understanding why women are under-represented in technology companies.
In a section of the document titled 'Stop Alienating Conservatives,' he argues for the importance of 'viewpoint diversity.''In highly progressive environments, conservatives are a minority that feel like they need to stay in the closet to avoid open hostility,' he claims.'We should empower those with different ideologies to be able to express themselves.'Alienating conservatives is both non-inclusive and generally bad business because conservatives tend to be higher in conscientiousness, which is require for much of the drudgery and maintenance work characteristic of a mature company.'The author was being lambasted on social media.'I believe he's frustrated that not all people are men who look like him.I wonder how many more people she wishes this way !!!!!!!! Claire Inker wrote: '#northbritoltrust your employing members of staff that make vile comments wishing some one dead then they should not be working in a hospital.'Others pointed out that when Hammond was left comatose ten years ago following a crash, he used a private hospital, the Spire, in Bristol.One person added: 'Point number one the NHS do not operate in Switzerland, point number 2 you must be sick in the head to wish another person dead.The struggle is real,' said one tweet.'If HR does nothing in this case, I will consider leaving this company for real for the first time in five years,' another a Google worker wrote.Google has distanced itself from the document.'One of the aspects of the post that troubled me deeply was the bias inherent in suggesting that most women, or men, feel or act a certain way.Internet giant Google has been accused by one of its own employees of 'alienating conservatives' with its politically correct left-wing bias.
A senior software engineer at the company claimed in a document that was distributed to colleagues that right-wing employees were forced to keep their views 'in the closet' to avoid hostility.
The comment appeared after Hammond, 47, was involved in a horror smash while he was filming the Grand Tour in Switzerland.
It was described by his co-host and fellow former Top Gear presenter Jeremy Clarkson as the 'biggest crash I've ever seen'.
The anti-diversity manifesto claimed that Google should focus on 'ideological diversity'.
It criticized company initiatives aimed at increasing gender diversity.
The unnamed employee's outburst also triggered a gender row as he suggested 'biological causes' and 'neuroticism' were responsible for the lack of women in top tech jobs.