More than 200 workers at Google are preparing a walkout later on today following a report that explained a culture of sexual misbehavior by senior executives at the business, according to Buzzfeed News

The demonstration, arranged for Thursday, remains in reaction to a New york city Times report that detailed how Google dealt with accusations of sexual misbehavior versus its workers. The report explained events including a number of present and previous executives, most significantly Android developer Andy Rubin, who left Google with a $90 million exit plan even after an examination discovered that accusations versus him were “reputable.”

Google reacted to the Times’ story by advertising a company-wide e-mail, where CEO Sundar Pichai composed that 48 individuals had actually been fired for unwanted sexual advances over the previous 2 years. However internally, according to Buzzfeed, Google executives held an all-hands conference where they asked forgiveness to workers and attempted to discuss how they handled Rubin.

Over the weekend, Google workers required to an internal online forum later on to voice their aggravation, Buzzfeed reports, where the concept to arrange a walkout acquired traction. Google workers on the online forum slammed what they called a pattern of “effective males getting away with terrible habits towards females” at the business.

Rubin challenged the Times’ report recently, and implicated the publication of a “negative campaign” which contained “various errors.”

Google did not right away react to an ask for remark.