November 11, 2019

Gitlab Of Risk and Global Compliance Resigns

Rosalie Chan, on businessinsider.com:

Candice Ciresi, GitLab’s director of risk and global compliance, has resigned after less than six months on the job, apparently saying that the $2.75 billion startup is engaging in discriminatory and retaliatory behavior.”

Mostly a post to self, but this has to be a very uncomfortable situation with Gitlab. Almost all compliance issues that the enforcing bodies investigate result from disgruntled employees — when the whistleblower is the actual compliance director, I can’t imagine the headache.


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