Article contentSeveral employees at Penguin Random House Canada have spoken out against the company’s decision to publish Jordan Peterson’s new book, Beyond Order: 12 More Rules for Life, reports Vice. Vice reports that anonymous complaints about the book’s release have been made by “dozens” more employees. Try refreshing your browser, or Jordan Peterson's '12 Rules' sequel sees staff complain to publisher Penguin Random House Back to video“The company since June has been doing all these anti-racist and allyship things and them publishing Peterson’s book completely goes against this,” one employee, who asked to remain anonymous, told Vice. “It just makes all of their previous efforts seem completely performative.” Vice reported that it spoke with four separate employees, all of whom held similar views. The anonymous employees expressed concerns that Penguin had been secretive about the future release of Peterson’s book, deliberately keeping it under wraps.
Source: National Post November 25, 2020 16:03 UTC