Google vowed to spend $150 million in 2015 to diversify its workforce, and the company did hire more women, Black and Hispanic employees last year. Unfortunately, its efforts aren't enough to cause a big shift -- the company is still overwhelmingly white and male. According to the latest data Mountain View released, women make up 31 percent of the current workforce, which is only one percent higher than 2014's. Four and five percent of its hires in 2015 are Black and Hispanic, respectively. But just like in 2014, African-Americans still only make up two percent of company, while Hispanics only make up three percent.