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Google employees free to express views under settlement with US

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Google employees free to express views under settlement with USSan Francisco (AFP) Sept 12, 2019

Google said Thursday said it will remind workers they are free to express views on "workplace issues" as part of a settlement with a US government agency investigating the internet giant. Under the terms of the agreement with the US National Labor Relations Board, Google will post digital notices on its internal employee computer network and physical copies at its Silicon Valley headquarters
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