Google didn t violate labor laws by firing engineer James Damore for a memo criticizing the company s diversity program, according to a recently disclosed letter from the US National Labor Relations Board. The lightly redacted statement is written by Jayme Sophir, associate general counsel of the NLRB s .The US National Labor Relations Board says Google fired the author of a controversial diversity memo not to silence a dissenter, but over "unprotected discriminatory statements." The National Labor Relations Board says the tech giant didn t break the law when it fired him..A federal body overseeing labor disputes advised the dismissal of Jeremy Damore s claim that Google fired him unjustly for his controversial memo Damore s defenders have steadfastly maintained that the memo does not say outright that women are biologically less suited to engineering than men, and .The National Labor Relations Board said the search giant was within its rights when it dismissed an engineer who wrote a contentious memo on gender..
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The US National Labor Relations Board says Google fired the author of a controversial diversity memo not to silence a dissenter, but over "unprotected discriminatory .
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The complaint against Google was filed on Monday according to the National Labor Relations Board website. While the site does not list Damore's name alongside the .