The letter, posted on the organization’s blog Thursday, expresses that NYT columnist Nathaniel Popper has been talking with current and previous staff over late weeks and will “affirm that various Black workers and contract based workers referred to in the story recorded grumblings with the organization.”
The letter proceeds to state that, regardless of the association’s “earnest attempts” to give applicable data to Popper, Coinbase expects “the story will paint an off base picture that needs total data and setting.”
“At last, left me alone totally clear on these focuses: We are focused on keeping up a climate that is protected, steady and inviting to workers, everything being equal,” the anonymous essayist (perhaps CEO Brian Armstrong) says. “We don’t acknowledge narrow minded conduct. Also, we are focused on the invigorated Belonging, Inclusion and Diversity system we turned out before this quarter.”
The New York Times will distribute the article on paper on Sunday and conceivably before that in online renditions, as indicated by the post.
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