Published On: Tue, Nov 26th, 2019

Google worker romantic says she’s been fired

Google has consummated Rebecca Rivers, an worker romantic a association put on unfixed executive leave this month, Rivers tweeted this afternoon.

Google declined to criticism though reliable an inner note published by Bloomberg, that pronounced Google dismissed a sum of 4 employees for regularly violating a data-security policies.

Earlier this month, Google put Rivers and Laurence Berland on leave for allegedly violating association policies. At a time, Google pronounced one had searched for and common trusted papers that were not impending to their job, and one had looked during a particular calendars of some staffers.

Protestors on Friday, however, pronounced Google was punishing Berland and Rivers for vocalization out opposite a company. The rally, where both Berland and Rivers spoke, was in criticism of their executive leaves.

Ahead of a rally, organizers pronounced a “attack” on Rivers and Berland “is an conflict on all people who caring about clarity and burden for tech.” Organizers forked to how Rivers helped emanate a petition to direct Google finish a agreement with U.S. Customs and Border Protection, and how Berland has participated in a series of worker-organized campaigns, including a one facing YouTube’s purpose in facilitating hatred speech.

Since the massive employee-led walkout final November, organizers contend Google has attempted to criticise serve attempts to organize. In July, walkout co-organizer Meredith Whittaker left a company following reports of plea in April. Organizers of a convene contend both Rivers and Berland were put on leave for “simply looking during plainly common inner information.”

This comes shortly after The New York Times reported Google hired an anti-union firm, ISI Consultants. Google employees, who a Times kept anonymous, detected Google’s attribute with ISI around inner calendar entries.

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