Here's the memo Google CEO Sundar Pichai sent to employees on the changes to Google's sexual-harassment policy after the walkout (GOOG, GOOGL)




 

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Google announced on Thursday it would end forced arbitration in cases of sexual assault and harassment.

The change was announced in an email to employees from CEO Sundar Pichai, which was then published on Google's website.

Read the memo in full below:

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