• Google hired union-busting consultants to convince employees “unions suck”

    15 days ago - By Ars Technica

    Enlarge / A Google employee holds a sign during a walkout to protest how the tech giant handled sexual misconduct at Jackson Square Park in New York on Thursday, Nov. 1, 2018.
    For years, Google has attempted to kill employee-led unionization efforts under an initiative codenamed “Project Vivian.” In the words of one senior manager, Project Vivian existed “to engage employees more positively and convince them that unions suck.”
    Project Vivian appears to be Google's response to a surge in worker activism that began in 2018, when thousands of employees walked out in protest of the company's...
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