According to Wilberg, Google had "irrefutable policies, memorialised in writing and consistently implemented in practice, of systematically discriminating in favor job applicants who are Hispanic, African American, or female, and against Caucasian and Asian men", Bloomberg reported.
Wilberg, who spent nine years at Google before he was sacked last November, worked as a YouTube recruiter for four years. The lawsuit, filed in January in California's San Mateo County Superior Court, claims Wilberg was sacked by Google in retaliation for complaining to human resources about the company's hiring practices, the news agency reported.
Google said it would defend itself.
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After Damore was terminated, he and another white engineer filed a discrimination lawsuit against his former employer.
Wilberg alleges that several employees complained to Google about the company's hiring policies, but were either ignored, transferred, or demoted.
According to Google's own statistics, the company's USA workforce is 56 percent white, 35 percent Asian and 69 percent male.
It is not the first time the company is criticized over its diversity practices.
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Wilberg's lawsuit targets Youtube, Google, and 25 Google employees. Wilberg also alleges that over the past two years, YouTube started trying to cover up its diversity hiring practices.
In March 2017, a YouTube staffing manager shot an email to the recruiters stating: "Please continue with L3 [level three] candidates in process and only accept new L3 candidates that are from historically underrepresented groups".
Wilberg also claims that Google "policy documents" directed the firm's YouTube recruiters to hire only "diverse" people for the third quarter of 2017.
The complaint contends that in response to Wilberg's efforts to challenge the diversity scheme, Google "on occasion would circulate emails instructing its employees purge any and all references to the race/ gender quotas from its e-mail database in a transparent effort to wipe out any paper trail of Google's illegal practices".
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"However, numerous claims made in Wilberg's lawsuit seem to corroborate Breitbart News" previous reporting.