Perks - free (great) food, videogames, free macs, headphones etc. etc.
It's still very much in the making and changes all the time. This means that roles keep changing. This has moved forward since I was there, but be clear about exactly what you want to get out of your time there.
On week 1, everyone got an extra €1K (even people who were on probation and on their first week) just for just, due to great quarterly results. 95% of their profit is made via those annoying little ads when you search!
All the perks, the fact it's a leader in its category and can thus invest in so many other interesting ventures
The corporate structure and the very high level of competition internally. You don't get to learn much as there's very little innovation in the existing products and you don't get a sense of achieving anything.
The offices are all quirky and fun, impossible to list just one thing!
The working culture is fantastic, colleagues are fun and decent people. There is plenty of free food, a free gym and the pay itself is very good. You also have the benefit of knowing you are working for a company are the forefront of cutting edge technology and thinking.
It can be difficult to progress into a management role if you don't bring any experience of this to your role when you join Google. Re organisations happen too often.
The company could benefit from more internal hiring and training within the company than constant external hires. The staff within the company know a lot more about the industry and therefore more promotions should happen from within.
The vision of the company is on a global scale and you feel a part of something big that is making a difference to the future for everyone The process for the cascade of information company wide works really well. All the teams are up to speed and know what's coming and what's expected of them You get to work with a very wide spectrum of different types Most of the people are also really friendly and fun to work with as well People take responsibility for the projects they are working on, and also you have the chance to take responsibility for your specific projects too because you don't get micromanaged
Not the place for the technophobe! If you and technology don't meet eye to eye then forget Google. In the same way that they don't micromanage over your shoulder neither do they spoonfeed your career development you have to carve your own path.
If you want to learn and improve then you have to network with your colleagues
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Fair pay shouldn't be a benefit!
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