James Damore’s labor complaint against Google was completely shut down

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Google did not violate labor laws by dismissing engineer James Damore for a memo that criticizes the company's diversity program, according to a letter recently released by the National Labor Relations Board of the United States. The slightly worded statement is written by Jayme Sophir, associate general counsel of the NLRB council division; dates from January, but was released yesterday, according to Law.com. Sophir concludes that while parts of Damore's memorandum were legally protected by workplace standards, "statements about biological differences between the sexes were so harmful, discriminatory and disruptive that they were not protected."
Damore filed a NLRB complaint in August 2017, after being fired for internally circulating a memo …

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