YouTube Partner (Current Employee) – Fairfax, VA – January 27, 2016
Sherwin-Williams has good pay and decent benefits however the work-life balance is poor, management is poor, and it trickles down. Every single manager in the district was not happy and the best ones have left or will leave to pursue much better opportunities. Good first job out of college.
Senior Staff Electrical Engineer, Mobile Devices (Former Employee) – Chicago, IL – August 24, 2015
Motorola is a good company if you want to get worked to death and get let go when you get burned out, which will happen within 2 project development cycles. . The only benefit, from an old timer perspective, is that the pay was good. The culture is extremely diverse.
TV Application Content Review Specialist (Current Employee) – Mountain View, CA – August 24, 2015
During my time at Google I have learned many valuable skills such as working with Google Drive, Spreadsheets and cross-trained within different platforms. I have had the opportunity to train new hires, as well as create docs used on a daily basis. My team is very bright and fun, and we have a very positive team dynamic. I have been in my current role for almost a year. Although I've learned immensely, I want to grow and progress further. With that being said, I feel as if I have learned all I could and excelled in this role, and I'd like to implement the skills learned here, as well as continue being challenged.
No room for growth, monotonous, recent change in management
Fantastic job, fantastic project, fantastic people... management and leadership were sorely lacking. The move to California left many people in the lurch. Contractors were not offered positions there even though their jobs were needed.
Fantastic job, fantastic project, fantastic people
Inferior management, lack of leadership, contractors treated poorly
Exciting company to work for with unlimited potential
Freelance Graphic/Web Designer (Current Employee) – Mountain View, CA – August 11, 2015
Google has provided me with a platform to make creative and beautiful websites for it's publishers. It also has given me the ability to provide fresh content and designs for my clients on a regular basis.
IT Technician Support (Current Employee) – Washington dc – August 11, 2015
I love it, I work by myself by documenting my task and work assignments through a ticketing system. Great healthy food for the googlers, I was a contractor but I can receive the same perks as a full time googler. I love troubleshooting situations to help out a fellow googler or a new person coming into the office which means a Noogler.
free lunches, no timecards, take a break when you can
working alone, no team other then working through google hangouts
Productive, fun, and innovative company to work for.
SE Project Lead (Former Employee) – Atlanta, GA – August 10, 2015
While managing several of Google's existing projects in the Southeast, I have had the privilege to work with a diverse team of individuals. The projects themselves were innovative, unique, and technologically challenging.
Offsite Open Source Research & Software Developer (Current Employee) – Miami, FL – July 28, 2015
First of all it’s an amazing experience of being able to be part of a qualitative project which certainly has a big impact not only on the research community but also on the society. Also in my case being in a Graduate Program there are lots of barrier to participate in an internship as physically relocation not possible leaving the research lab, but Google Summer of Code gave me the opportunity to experience and accomplish something more parallel with my Gradate school life.
Inventory Merchandiser (Former Employee) – Mountain View, CA – July 28, 2015
I really admire the culture at Google, very friendly and always willing to help out a colleague when needed.This really goes to show how the culture is very well rounded and open minded to new ethnicity and not shy away.
Reliability Lab Technician (Current Employee) – Mountain View, CA – July 27, 2015
Testing and characterization of Google X product from engineering prototypes to matured products. Responsible for providing imaginative, practical, and comprehensive support for next-generation. Perform Instron Mechanical¬ and Electrical Test, Surface Durability Test, Environmental Test, Chemical Test.
Loon Lab Technician (Current Employee) – Mountain View, CA – July 19, 2015
I almost perform the testing I learned a lot of technical things The management is very good My co-workers is excellent The hardest part of the job is troubleshooting The most enjoyable part of the job is testing