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Chief engineer Twitter apologizes because of ethnic diversity within the Twitter issue
The Alex Routers chief architect of Twitter and CEO of the company for an apology over the issue of ethnic diversity of employees within Twitter, is currently the subject of diversity subject of importance is trading within the headquarters of Twitter this week.
He returned the subject of diversity to be displayed on the surface after a former employee in the company’s executives in criticizing Twitter for failing to create a diverse work environment.
The Twitter responded through a post by the chief architect of Twitter Alex Routers who apologized on the subject and said, “We had a point of view blindly prevented us well.”
It was Leslie Miley former engineer at Twitter may criticize the company and asked Alex to do, given that the company in question by using the names of job applicants have to identify their ethnicity.
The request follows Alex track of names and note that it is not regularly employ some groups of minorities in the company, such as dark-skinned.
He apologized Alex Routers within a post published on Thursday about what he called the “ill-functional communication”, and pointed out that he also felt that there are things within Twitter need to be changed.
Wrote Alex “I realized that we all have points blind, including myself also,” added Routers “one of the blobs blind I have, I tend to default values-driven engineering solutions quantity, and the case put forward by the following require much more than that.”
Alex said, “I learned a lot during this week,” he continued, “We as a company are working to address the blind spots we have very quickly in order to build a Twitter and make our employees and the people who use our services proud.”
Criticism by the following about the culture of the workplace within Twitter is the first of its kind facing Twitter is not considered, the company has dealt with issues of this type previously.
A team working within Twitter something similar earlier this year, CEO Jack Dorsey pay to determine the actual employment in the company’s goals for women and minorities.
The following has been written within his personal account on Twitter on Tuesday “there was very little diversity in thought, but there was no diversity in the work has not been applied in a diversity of thought on the ground.”
He has also previously Alex Jack Dorsey pledge that this will change and said he wanted to become a Twitter a place where all employees feel comfortable and have the freedom to ask questions about the diversity, where it was not so what is already something that is no longer acceptable. ”
Alex also has to write, “We all want the same results including revenue so powerful minorities that currently have a lack of representation at all levels within Twitter representation.”Viewing:-135
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