But she has been with the company for 14 years and has served in human resources over the past four of those.
As per global news agency, one of the employees was connected to a petition condemning Google for working with the American customs as well as the border patrol agency which has also been involved in the US President Donald Trump's crackdown on illegal immigration.
Eileen Naughton, the head of Google's human resources department, who has been with the company since 2006, is leaving to spend more time with her family, she said in a statement. She has also previously served as managing director of media strategy and operations for the Americas.More news: Coronavirus: UK man infected after conference here says he's recovered
The most prominent of Google's scandals center around allegations of and the alleged mishandling of complaints regarding sexual misconduct.
In latest years, the Google office has been disrupted by worker opposition to top-level selections starting from forging contracts with the U.S. navy to tailoring a model of the search engine for China. Four of them raised considerations with the National Labor Relations Board, which is now conducting an investigation. Employees are offended at top-level selections starting from contracting with the U.S. navy to tweaking the "model" of search engines like google for China.
Google's HR division additionally wasn't essentially behind the large payouts to execs accused of sexual misconduct - these have been authorised by Google's Leadership Development and Compensation Committee, a committee run by the corporate's administration, in keeping with a lawsuit.More news: Samsung accidentally leaks Galaxy Home Mini availability, price
Naughton said she will now work with Pichai and Chief Financial Officer Ruth Porat to find the best-suited person to succeed her.
In a statement regarding her plans, Ms. Naughton has said that the process of stepping down is still in its earliest stages. Ms. Naughton indicates that she will be assisting in that search for a new lead for Google's "people operations team". Alphabet is the parent company of Google. "We're grateful to Eileen for all she's done and look forward to her next chapter at Google".More news: Coronavirus: Singapore bank evacuated after worker falls ill