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Google Ended Forced Arbitration After 20,000 Employees Protested

Jan 19, 2021
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In early 2019, 20,000 employees of Google walked out of the company in protest after reports sexual misconduct by executives. One of the employees' demands was ending forced arbitration. Due to the size and publicity of the protest, Google made the decision effective March 21, 2019 to end forced arbitration for all current and future employees in any type of dispute against the company.
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Google employees fought for their right to sue the company — and won,
Google will end forced arbitration for employees in all disputes,

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