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Pay Parity Project for Manpower Google Agency Workers 2014-2016

Written by: Paul Howard
Published on: 12 Sep 2023

Pay Parity Project for Manpower Google Agency Workers 2014-2016

As has been reported in the media (The GuardianNew York Times), it has been highlighted that many agency-supplied workers at Google in multiple countries received incorrect pay rates across a number of years.

Manpower in Ireland supplied employees to Google between the years of 2014 and 2016 and it has transpired that some workers during this time were paid at incorrect rates and as a result are now owed the balance of these incorrect pay rates. In some instances, this equates to large sums of money.

Manpower is committed to supporting Google in addressing these incorrect pay rates and are therefore now working in partnership to rectify these errors.

Many ex-employees of Manpower at Google are now being contacted by Manpower to confirm that they are owed these amounts of money and we are working with each impacted individual to ensure we are able to pay them these amounts as quickly and efficiently as possible.

We will be contacting all impacted former Manpower employees at Google starting September 13th and holding a series of informative webinars for impacted individuals to join and learn more and we will be making arrangements to pay all impacted former employees in due course. 

If you receive correspondence from Manpower Ireland as a past agency worker at Google between 2014 and 2016 please engage with us as we are committed to rectifying these underpayments for all former workers entitled to back pay.

Register for one of our information webinars taking place over 5 days from September 18th. Click & register on a day that suits best via the links below.

Monday September 18th at 12.30pm

Tuesday September 19th at 5pm

Wednesday September 20th at 12.30pm

Thursday September 21st at 5pm

Friday September 22nd at 12.30pm


For enquiries please email our customer service address at and one of our team can confirm if you are part of the Google pay parity project.