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Criticism has grown internally that Google executives aren’t doing enough to address workplace harassment. (Photo: Shutterstock)

Employees of Google’s Alphabet Inc. are teaming with investors in a push to tie executive pay to progress on workplace diversity.

Irene Knapp, a software engineer for the web-search giant, will present a proposal at Wednesday’s annual shareholder meeting in Mountain View, California, on behalf of Zevin Asset Management, which submitted the measure. They’re requesting Alphabet consider related metrics in incentive plans, with a focus on diversity and inclusion in the workforce.

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