A new struggle over what Alphabet Inc Class C (NASDAQ: GOOG), the internet giant, owes its employees has begun. Subcontracted workers from Google in Missouri are petitioning the government to mandate the internet giant to bargain with them collectively.
On Tuesday, the Alphabet Worker’s Union requested the agency hold a unionization vote across several Google Fiber retail stores in Kansas City. The petitioners not only want to negotiate with the Alphabet vendors but also Google’s parent company and its partners.
Google Pixel 6 and 6 pro will hit the market in late January
A fixed version of Pixel 6 and 6 pro will arrive late January. The first notable update was slow and accompanied by reviews of problems. Google recently announced that a new version with the previous features would be available to maintain the software’s notoriety.
The company promised to fix any software problems and disconnections and return them to the market in late January. If consumers are not experiencing any issues, they can utilize the software until the update is ready.
One of the updates includes fixing a lousy bug that prevents consumers from dialing 911. The bug only affects Android 10, resulting from an unintentional interaction between Microsoft teams and Android OS.
Google offers pay-outs to top execs after declining to pay employees
Samsung recently confirmed that models of a new line of Smart TV will include Google Stadia and Geforce Now gaming, among others. Google revealed via the verge that Stadia will still offer its 4ktier services for Stadia Pro subscribers through the Samsung gaming hub.
Due to these partnerships and more, the company issued a high pay bump to four top executives. This comes after the company announced that it would adjust employees’ salaries on account of the inflation in the U.S.
The company has been very successful of late as it recorded another set of profits during the October’s fifth quarter. However, Google is in the midst of a legal battle with employees over charges that they were illegally fired in 2019. The plaintiffs are planning to call one of the recipients of a new $1 million salary, Kent Walker, to testify as an adverse witness.
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