Unionized Google Workers Want Company to Return to Its ‘Don’t Be Evil’ Roots

This minority union could have less collective bargaining power than majority unions

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Google employees unionized Monday, a rare move in the tech sector. Getty Images

A group of 200 Google employees announced Monday that they are forming a union to address long-running workplace concerns, such as alleged racial discrimination and profiting from ads of hate groups, that have been dismissed by executives.

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