- The National Labor Relations Board on Wednesday filed a complaint accusing Google of violating several labor laws during a crackdown of worker activism last year.
- The complaint said Google unlawfully terminated two employees involved in worker activism.
- It also accused Google of violating US labor laws by monitoring and interrogating workers involved in the protests.
- Five employees were fired late last year for their involvement in protests at the company. Two of those employees are mentioned in the complaint.
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The National Labor Relations Board (NRLB) on Wednesday issued a complaint accusing Google of violating several labor laws during a crackdown on worker activism last year.