US accuses Google of labor law violations in crackdown on protests, say sacked workers

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The National Labor Relations Board will file a lawsuit accusing Alphabet Inc.’s Google of illegally monitoring and interrogating workers, who were fired for protesting company policies and trying to form a union, said Wednesday the former employees in a statement. The NLRB did not respond to a request for comment.

Google said it was confident in its legal position. “Google has always worked to support a culture of internal discussion and we have tremendous trust in our employees,” he says. “The actions taken by the employees involved were a serious breach of our policies and an unacceptable breach of a trust responsibility.”

The complaint follows a year-long investigation sparked by a petition of five people sacked by Google after leading efforts to protest company policies and organize colleagues into a potential union. The Communications Workers of America union helped draft the Workers’ Charge. Google said the workers broke information security rules.

Their layoffs capped two years of battles between Google and its workforce, especially in the United States. The question is what contribution the base has on the projects undertaken by the company and how it deals with sexual misconduct and other issues in the workplace. One of the laid-off workers, Laurence Berland, described the NLRB decision as significant “at a time when we see the power of a handful of tech billionaires consolidating control over our lives and our society.

Berland said the NLRB found Google violated employment law by placing workers on administrative leave and firing one for access to documents. related to how the company manages internal forums. The agency also found Google’s illegal policies to limit access to certain documents and its investigative practices on the organization of the workplace, according to Berland. The NLRB did not include in its complaint several other allegations sought by the workers, who said they would appeal.

The NLRB case is expected to be heard and decided by an administrative judge in the coming months.

News Highlights:

  • The National Labor Relations Board will file a lawsuit accusing Alphabet Inc.’s Google of illegally monitoring and interrogating workers, who were fired for protesting company policies and trying to form a union, said Wednesday the former employees in a statement.
  • US accuses Google of labor law violations in crackdown on protests, say sacked workers
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