Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Google+ Share on Reddit Share on Pinterest Share on Linkedin Share on Tumblr Google Inc Chief Executive Sundar Pichai said on Thursday the organization had terminated 48 workers for sexual harassment in the past 2 years. Pichai sent an email to Google workers in response of a New York Times story that was published before in the day. The report said the web search tool giant protected three senior executives from claims of sexual harassment by offering them payouts. The email, a duplicate of which was seen by Reuters, said of the 48 that were fired, 13 were senior managers or were operating at senior posts. In any case, Pichai said none of those employees got a exit package. The email, which was likewise marked by Google`s VP of people operations Eileen Naughton, said that organization workers could use inner tools to report instances of incorporate behavior anonymously. It additionally said that Google has updated its strategy to require all VPs and senior VPs to reveal any association with a co worker paying little heed to reporting line presence of conflict. “We are committed to ensuring that Google is a workplace where you can feel safe to do your best work, and where there are serious consequences for anyone who behaves inappropriately,” the email read.