Google requiring full benefits for temps, YouTube sat on warnings
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Google says it will require temp companies to provide the search giant with temporary and contract workers with full benefits, according to a report from the Hill.
These benefits include a $15 an hour minimum wage and paid maternal leave.
According to a memo from Google, half of the companies workforce is made up of TCPs, that's temps, vendors, and contractors, for short.
Walmart will soon let customers order using Google Assistant.
Walmart Voice Order will connect to the companies grocery department, and allow for items to be added via command.
The new service should roll out to customers over the next few weeks.
And finally, a new report from Bloomberg suggests that top YouTube personnel sat on warnings that could've helped eliminate toxic content on the platform, like conspiracy theories and hateful speech.
Bloomberg talked to current and former employees for the story and found out that these warnings were mostly ignored in order to avoid drops in traffic.
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