Google's firing of James Damore was legal, according to a federal labor agency

A federal agency has found that Google was well within its legal rights to fire James Damore in 2017.
The company dismissed its former engineer after he wrote a paper arguing that woman aren't as biologically equipped for leadership roles as men. Damore filed a complaint with the National Labor Relations Board after his firing, but a newly released January memo from the agency sides with Google.
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As NLRB legal counsel Jayme L. Sophir wrote on Jan. 16: "While much of [Damore's] memorandum was likely protected, the statements regarding biological differences between the sexes were so harmful, discriminatory, and disruptive as to be unprotected." Read more... More about Tech , Google , James Damore , National Labor Relations Board , and Tech