According to the NLRB, Google illegally spied on employees who tried to unionize, ultimately firing several of them. The company also prevented staff from sharing work-related grievances on Google’s internal communication tool. If true, the allegations would amount to a serious breach of federal labor law. 

The labor agency said it anticipates a response to its complaint from Google by mid-December, and plans to hold a hearing on the case in April next year. 



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