This company is very standers Rule regulation better than other company I learnt lot of things from this company, they did train us for fourteen days No hardest part for the company but need to be careful It's really enjoyable place to work.
Internship (Former Employee) – Chicago, IL – November 30, 2017
Since I would only have my internships on Friday evenings, I never really got to spend a whole ton of time in the building. What I did learn at my internship at Google was working with money, like being a sales person and how to attract customers.
UX Designer (Former Employee) – San Francisco, CA – November 21, 2017
People are the smartest people you will meet. Everyone is so laid back and the culture is fantastic. You can choose to work remotely from home if you choose to. Also, you have the freedom to do any 20% project you would like.
By far the worst company i ever worked for. I was employed through a sub contractor who just one night packed up and left state with all the money. They left 15 employees stranded in texas with no money no way home and without any reason.
dba (Current Employee) – Buford, GA – November 16, 2017
wish it was full time. I was a contract employee so no benefits or perks. loved the job travel to and from my home was quite far but the people and atmosphere were amazing . I would recommend working at google for anyone even a chef
Contractor (Former Employee) – Baltimore, MD – November 15, 2017
I got to be a part of an incredible opportunity working with the virtual head gear technology being introduced into schools. I wish I could have stayed on the project longer, and am always looking for openings at Google to rejoin the team as an employee or contractor.
This was a fun place to work and got to travel to CA and PA to see the offices and meet some really smart people. Google is a great place to work.... if you're hired directly, but if you came in by an acquisition, you were doomed from the start! Never got a real shot to shine, just immediately cross trained your replacement and that really brought down the morale of the team.