Google’s Swiss employees strike – again – as 200 jobs cut


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Hundreds of Google’s employees have walked out of its Zurich offices in protest against the way the company has handled its mass layoffs so far this year, one month after a similar, smaller protest.

Earlier in February, IT workers’ union Syndicom (opens in new tab) announced that around 250 workers had engaged in a strike “in solidarity with those laid off by the company worldwide”. 

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