Google introduces new hybrid work model for employees.

After employees started voluntarily returning to company offices last month, since the pandemic, google decided to give them more flexibility with respect to where they choose to work from.

CEO, Pichai, implemented a rearranging of the offices to create more features, covering the ‘hybrid’ return to work structure.

In addition to the 3 days in office and 2 days from “wherever they work best”, announcement in December, Google has offered more opportunities for their employees to move around.

Employees will be allowed to apply to work from different office sites from mid-June and more information on this will be provided soon. At the same time employees will have the option to work away from their assigned offices for a 4-week temporary basis.

Teams will be formed with people from different sites and places and hence increase the options of more remote roles. Employees will also be allowed to apply for … Read the rest

Made in Britain: Online marketplace ‘Buy Britain’

Michael Oszmann, Founder of online marketplace Buy Britain, discusses the idea behind his business and how plans to help other small businesses from within the UK.

In March 2020, Michael Oszmann lost his contract with Shell due to the pandemic and oil price crash. This left him with a decision to try and seek more work during the crisis, or to try something different. He decided to try and turn the negative situation into a positive and start something of his own.

The ensuing economic chaos, caused by the lockdowns, made him think that setting up an online marketplace with exclusively British-made products was an idea that could help to make a difference. Here, he tells us all about his business:

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Buy Britain is a marketplace to discover goods made by local UK businesses. The company began in July 2020 and was officially launched … Read the rest

Google sued for ‘pirating’ Mexican movies on YouTube

Spanish producer Carlos Vasallo filed the lawsuit against the two Alphabet companies in Florida.

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This article was translated from our Spanish edition using AI technologies. Errors may exist due to this process.


This story originally appeared on Cine Premiere

Google faces a lawsuit, in a federal court in Florida, by the Spanish audiovisual producer Carlos Vasallo , who accuses the company of allegedly exploiting the piracy of his films on the famous video website. According to information issued by reporter Peter Hayes from the Bloomberg portal, Vasallo claims to have “the world’s largest collection of Mexican and Latin American films.”

Within the lawsuit filed last Monday, May 3, Carlos Vasallo’s company, whose name responds to Athos Overseas, affirms

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