US Abortion Prohibition Order: Google’s Action for Women! | Google will allow employees to relocate after USA Supreme Court strikes down abortion rights

Abortion Act

The US Supreme Court has overturned a 1973 ruling that upheld the right of women to have abortions in the United States. Women in the United States are shocked that the abortion law went into effect immediately following a U.S. Supreme Court ruling.

Resistance

Resistance

The ruling has been condemned by many, including US President Joe Biden, the Speaker of the US Congress Nancy, and American women’s welfare organizations. But at the same time, former US President Donald Trump has welcomed the ruling. It is also noteworthy that women in the country have been fighting in the streets against the abortion law.

Google

Google

In the wake of the US ban on abortion in this case, Google has announced that female employees of their company can apply for relocation without any reason.

Anxiety

Anxiety

Fiona Chiconi, Google’s head of human resources, told reporters: “The ban on abortion in the United States has come as a shock to women. Men according to our company. Equality is being given to women. Google shares concerns about the impact of the ruling on women’s health, lives and careers.

Relocation

Relocation

Similarly, another senior official of Google said that women can apply for relocation without giving any other reason as the ban on abortion in the United States has come into force and their application will be considered immediately.

Court judgment

Court judgment

A Google spokeswoman said the move was preceded by a court ruling. Not only Google, but many companies in the United States are said to be allowing female employees to relocate to other countries as the law goes into effect.

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