Disturbances occur on offices Google lately between employees and leadership.
Earlier this month, Google employees accused her leadership that it wants to develop an internal surveillance tool to monitor workers if they are trying to organize a protest or are discussing their labor rights.
Employees said they had discovered a team within the company that created the new tool and installed it on all employees' computers to search for internal systems. The toolSo it has the ability to name one calendar event created by an employee and added over 100 people to it.
A company spokesman, however, told Alphabet Inc that all of these claims are false.
The tool's contradictory views appear to be causing tension between Google leaders and union officials.
On October 21, dozens of employees at the Google office in Zurich held a workers' rights event and last month workers in Pittsburgh voted to join United Steelworkers.
The company's toolkit is expected to be released by the end of October, according to an official who published it last week. Two other Google executives at California said the tool was added to their computers this week.
Work on the tool appears to have begun in early September, according to two Google employees. In late September, it was reviewed by Google's personal data protection team, which approved it.
Google has said the tool has been developed for months and has gone through standard confidential information, security and legal reviews.