Executives accused of misconduct get millions as compensation!! Shouldn't their name go in sexual offenders list?

Adobe qHAW77
Mar 11 11 Comments

Google just disclosed how much they paid top executives who were accused of sexual misconduct. Shouldn't rules be defined around this by now? Should they be paid to retire while ethical employees struggle to get their mortgage payments in time! Their names should go on a public offenders list and they should be barred from all companies.


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TOP 11 Comments
  • Salesforce vararg
    Yeah, let's make public lists of people accused of doing thing X. Guilty until proven innocent.
    Mar 11 0
  • Google WVXD02
    They'd have to be convicted first. Otherwise, things would go south pretty quickly.
    Mar 11 0
  • Microsoft joyfull
    Look at the Seattle guy who got DUI for 7 times or somethings but never had full jail time. He owns telecom company and judge even allowed him to come to work during the day and stay in jail only during night time or something.
    Mar 12 4
  • Crimes are legal if you’re wealthy
    Mar 11 0
  • Indeed cyhy46
    So you're automatically guilty as soon as you're accused?
    Mar 12 2
    • Adobe qHAW77
      So you are paid millions for benefit of doubt?
      Mar 12
    • Workday cnmb
      What else can google do? They need to save themselves, but the guy is not guilty.
      Mar 12