When James Damore wrote his internal memo against Google’s diversity policies, was he making an impassioned plea on behalf of politically and ideologically charged ideas? Calling on his fellow workers to fight for changes to company diversity policies? Taking a stand against HR practices that illegally discriminate against protected classes of employees? Was his manifesto all, some, or none of these things?
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Analyzing James Damore’s Employment-Related Claims against Google: Part One
Can Someone Please Teach Senator Alexander Some Labor Law?
When the statements of a United States Senator lead to the conclusion that he is either...