Fantastic collaborative environment, grad inclusive culture.
Perfect place to empower advertisers business, teammates and yourself as person and as professional.
Lot of cross team collaboration, trust and autonomy given to do your jobs.
Demanding but exciting to provide solutions to the challenges faced.
It helped me gather a lot of experience.
I like to work as a team, I am very serious and I like the work I do.
I had no problems with any of my co-workers.
I was not late for work and I was never absent for no reason.
I worked there for a year and it was by far the best work experience I ever had. Fellow employees are very friendly and the managers are very intelligent and friendly individuals. Overall, I had a great experience working there!
Google LLC is an American multinational technology company that specializes in Internet-related services and products, which include online advertising technologies, search engine, cloud computing, software, and hardware.
Terrible management. No work life balance, I was monitored for and questioned about ever getting up from the desk as a customer service rep. I got a kidney infection from this and was refused to be allowed to leave work. Almost ended up in A&E as a result. Had to get an emergency medical appointment at the weekend.
Google is a great place to work with many challenging projects ongoing that change the way people use the web and see the world. Working there afforded me the opportunity to work with some excellent talent and share my knowledge and capabilities as well as learning from others in a collaborative manner.
In general, people are very cooperative and approachable. However, working as a contractor or vendor discrimination is quite evident.
The management is unskilled, most of then very junior and without background.
Free lunch and Gym
Week management, without compentecies to performe that kind of positions.
It was a great priviledge to have worked at Google. I really value my time there. However, the culture is only based on sales and that demoralizes the workforce to some extent and the management is very hierarchical and that creates friction.