Following the laying-off of 12,000 employees in January, Google is now facing mounting worker unrest.
Last week, a series of protests took place across New York, California, and Texas.
Google's raters, who evaluate ad quality, submitted a petition for better pay in Google's Mountain View, California headquarters.
The following day, protestors gathered outside Google's offices in New York, protesting the company over mass layoffs.
Meanwhile, YouTube Music and Google contractors who are contracted under Cognizant went on strike in Austin, Texas.
These contractors are demanding better pay and benefits, arguing that they lack the same job security and benefits as full-time employees.
The New York Times reported that these contractors work as content moderators and spend their days viewing graphic and disturbing content for hours on end.
The workers' collective demands include transparency about full-time employee compensation and access to company-wide chats.
While some protestors focused on better pay for Google's raters, others are calling for transparency around salary equity and transparency for contractors.
Google has declined to comment on the ongoing protests saying that they respect the rights of their employees to engage in these activities.