Google | Employees plan day of protest against employer

Employees plan day of protest against employer

It’s been a rough year for Google’s employee relations. Questions were raised about the wellness of its workers after a 22-year-old employee was found dead at his desk follow what reports called a ‘gruelling work schedule’, whilst a major enquiry over sexual harassment at the company in October of last year led to the sacking of no less than 48 employees, including 13 senior managers.

The case led to a media furore in which former CEO Andy Rubin was implicated.

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