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.
Program Manager (Former Employee) – Mountain View, CA – July 22, 2018
I enjoyed every minute working at Google. They really promoted equality and work life balance. They really care about your career and offer so many classes for you to acquire the skills you are lacking to perform better in your current and future roles.
Appointment setter, Sales Rep (Former Employee) – Home San Marcos California - working in Phoenix AZ – July 20, 2018
Worked with a professional photographer who did the Google Street View Tour in Phoenix. I made appointments for him and worked part time from home.
I had an above average success rate at setting the appointments.
I enjoyed working with him and felt like a team player.
Since my background is in communications and I work with many companies, I learn fast and adapt easy.
I have worked for major headquarter companies located in Dallas, Texas.
Some of these companies include: RCA, NIKON, VA, NY LIFE, HONEYWELL, VERISON - 7 divisions, Sprint, MCI, XEROX, Milwaukee Seasonings, AT&T - awarded the Circle of Excellence. The Associates - finance. etc
Pro would be being a part of a major top company in the world
Working at Google was great. Required move was not.
Training Program Manager (Former Employee) – Kirkland, WA – July 18, 2018
Working at Google was great. The people are very smart, the job was interesting, and I had a lot of freedom to do the work that I thought was best. Unfortunately, after I had been at Google about three months our VP decided that all of his team that worked in the United States outside of Mountain View had to move to Mountain View. I was one of seven people on the team outside of Mountain View and another of the seven was my manager. I suspect she knew the required move was coming well before it was announced because she left the group shortly before the move announcement. I chose not to move and found another local job about a month before I was going to be required to move to Mountain View.
Free lunch, smart employees, freedom to do the work in a way that you think best
Network Field Engineer (Current Employee) – St. Louis, MO – July 11, 2018
There is no better place to work! I have never worked anywhere that puts employees well being ahead of there bottom line like Google does, I look forward to any further opportunities to work with this company.
Driver (Former Employee) – Plantation, FL – July 10, 2018
Working remotely from 3000 miles away from the office can be both a blessing and a curse. I knew id never recieve emails in the middle of the night but, depending on who you "Ops-Lead" is, They may either take forever to reply or not reply at all. However that aside, I love driving and i like being by myself. I was perfect for the job, but i can definitely see not everyone being able to handle it.
Fun, brrakfast lunch and dinner provided. Awsome place to work.
Device Assembly (Former Employee) – Santa Clara, CA – July 9, 2018
Typical day at work. I learned how to use microscopic pictures to determine damaged optics. The work place was very friendly ans diverse. The hardest part was trying to not scratch the ootics during cleaning.
Year Up Intern, Support Technician team (Former Employee) – Atlanta, GA – July 9, 2018
Its something you have to be apart of to appreciate! Everything about this company has to do with you and your will/attitude.If you have the discipline to work in an environment that is comforting but fast paced then this is the place for you. This is somewhere where you'll grow constantly.
Program Manager (Former Employee) – Mountain View, CA – July 9, 2018
Google is just about exactly what the oustide reputation is. An immensely successful company that has an outstanding culture. Great people working there, and you will not be thin on resources and educational opportunities. Awesome place to work.