By Paresh Dave
OAKLAND, Calif. (Reuters) -More than 200 workers at Google and other Alphabet Inc units on Monday formed a labor union for U.S.
and Canadian offices, building on years of protests over working conditions and business practices but falling far short of the support needed to force the tech giant to the bargaining table.
Backers believe the "Alphabet Workers Union," which evolved from an informal group of activist employees, will better shield members from firings or other forms of retaliation. It will also enable.