Facebook office cleaner who led protests at London site fears for his job

Suspended union rep calls on social media giant to intervene after exhausted workers complain of extra workload

Facebook’s facilities management firm has demanded the removal of a union activist leading a campaign against “impossible workloads” imposed on exhausted cleaners at the US tech giant’s London offices.

, Facebook office cleaner who led protests at London site fears for his job, The Nzuchi Times Guardian

Emails seen by the Observer show JLL @ Facebook, which manages the social media firm’s London sites, asked Churchill Group, which employs the cleaners, to remove the workers’ elected union rep, Guillermo Camacho, from Facebook’s offices after he helped organise protests against a doubling of cleaning duties in July.

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