Google employees are reportedly planning a walkout this week in protest of the recent sexual misconduct revelations

Google employees are planning a walkout Thursday to protest the company’s handling of sexual misconduct allegations, Buzzfeed News reported.

The “women’s walk” protest, which more than 200 Google employees are reportedly planning to participate in, originated from an internal forum where workers shared their frustration with the tech giant.

The New York Times reported last week that former employee Andy Rubin, the creator of Android, was paid a $90 million exit package when he left the company following a sexual misconduct investigation.

According to Buzzfeed, Google executives held a company-wide meeting last week after the news broke to try to explain their behavior.