Google is under investigation by the US government over its labor practices and for recently firing their employees.
Further, the National Labor Relations confirm this through CNN Business. They launched an investigation following the complaint filed by the four employees fired for speaking against Google and its practices. This first reported by CNBC.
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In addition, Google reissued a statement in response to the investigation saying,
We dismissed four individuals who were engaged in intentional and often repeated violations of our longstanding data security policies, including systematically accessing and disseminating other employees’ materials and work. No one dismissed for raising concerns or debating the company’s activities.
Moreover, Laurence Berland, Paul Duke, Rebecca Rivers, and Sophie Waldman are the fired workers and they claim that they were fired from Google for engaging in legally protect labor organizing. So, the group filed a lawsuit against Google two weeks ago. They want employees not to be afraid to speak out.
Google said last week that they do not tolerate and prohibits this kind of action in the workplace.
As a result in recent years, Google employees engage in protests and organized walkouts over the issues. To read more articles about Google and other topics above is where you’ll see some related articles about Google and their issues.