According to a letter seen by The Guardian Adrienne Crowther told workers that the delay was necessary. "We want it to be as easy as turning around and turning it into tomorrow," she writes. A spokeswoman confirmed the changes but said they had been in development for "some time" and that most of the partners would meet the new conditions by 2020
The noise partly stemmed from Google's decision of March 8 to cut the contracts of 34 temporary workers in the Google assistant "personality" team (ie those who determine how the IP answers questions). This not only made them fight for work, but also stressed the lack of safety net. Google did not even allow full-time staff to offer support from the company that the company could be held "legally responsible," the workers' letter writes. A manager eventually cleared the full timers to sympathize with the pace.
This does not necessarily satisfy performers. They noted that Google did not respond to the key requirements of the letter, including requests to pay the length of the initial contracts and to make temporary workers full time. Google said it was already "working [s] to move temporary staff to posts, but that does not seem to be the case for the 34 people who lose their jobs, and in this sense, the new standards are unlikely to end the problem .