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NLRB Expands Google Complaint for Allegations Fired



The U.S. National Labor Relations Board (NLRemoticon is expanding its complaint against Google to include three other former employees of the company, according to Recode, when the agency first accused the search giant of illegally firing some of its workers to set up the organization. prosecution against two persons

The Recode NLRB report adds เล่นเกมสล็อต Paul Duke, Rebecca Rivers and Sophie Waldman to the complaint. Those former employees accused Google of being fired for protesting their work with US Customs and Border Protection (CBP) in 2019 that summer. The trio helped write a petition calling on Google to pledge not to support CBP and other relevant entities such as the US Immigration and Customs Agency (ICE). About 1,500 employees ended up signing the document.

When Engadget contacted the NLRB to confirm the change The committee has pointed us to the conclusion of the case. It notes that the complaint was resolved on June 9, 2021. Meanwhile, Google reiterated that it had fired a former employee involved in the case. for violations of the Information Security Policy allegations that those individuals denied

“We actively support the rights our employees have in the workplace. But we are very interested in maintaining and enforcing our data security policies. In this case, it is a deliberate and repeated violation,” a company spokesperson told Engadget. “Our thorough investigation revealed that these individuals were systematically involved in the search for documents and the work of other employees. This includes the distribution of confidential business and customer information. As these trials progress, We are very confident in our decisions and legal position.
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