As an employee, you have rights. You may not be aware of all these rights, but that doesn’t mean they don’t exist. And now, if you’re a Google employee, you have more rights than the average employee.
In a settlement with the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) Google agreed to post a list of rights that employees have. Most of these, such as the right to discuss your salary with coworkers, the right to unionize, and the right not to be retaliated against, are standard rights protected by the federal government. In fact, you should have posters in your workplace that detail those rights.
But, this settlement goes a bit more than those standard rights that we all have and they indicate a bit of what was going on at Google. For instance, there is this (formatting is in the original):
YOU HAVE THE RIGHT to discuss wages, hours, and working conditions with other employees, the press/media, and other third parties, and WE WILL NOT do anything to interfere with your exercise of those rights
To keep reading, click here: Google Forced to Post Employee Rights (Your Employee Should Have the Same Rights)