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Great cultural environment and potential for growth and The management had not implemented a specific training program for the job title for new hires
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Fun work

Best place to work because of the culture and people here. A job that never gets boring as there is always something new to work ok and learn with great mentors.
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A really good place to work at the colleagues are very nice managers are really nice helpful people good working environment and really good technology
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Nice place to work on

good life balance, nice people, interesting jobs. The overall work env is pretty good, manager support you and your project and listen to your concerns.
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Good benefits but the job is not great

This is a dead-end, very stressful role and it’s nearly impossible to do well in it and get promoted unless you are in what they call MMS! Stay away from GCS.
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Working at Google has been a transformative experience. The company's commitment to innovation and its vibrant, inclusive culture make it a truly exceptional place to work.One of the standout aspects of Google is the emphasis on creativity. The freedom to explore new ideas and the resources to turn them into reality are unparalleled. The collaborative environment fosters a culture of learning and growth, where you're constantly surrounded by brilliant minds from diverse backgrounds.Moreover, Google's commitment to work-life balance is remarkable. The flexible hours, generous vacation policies, and a plethora of on-campus amenities ensure that employees can maintain a healthy equilibrium between their personal and professional lives.The only minor downside could be the high expectations and fast-paced nature of the work, which may not suit everyone. However, for those who thrive in such an environment, Google offers incredible opportunities for career advancement and personal development.In summary, Google is not just a workplace; it's an ecosystem of innovation, collaboration, and personal growth. It's an experience that few companies can match, and I feel privileged to be a part of it.
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Soy dishwacher, y es una excelente empresa. Que se preocupa por el bienestar del empleado, haciendo ver una excelente ambiente laboral


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Diverse Environment

I enjoyed the company training and onboarding process. I’m excited about this new role because it allows me to showcase my skills and experience. I plan to work my way up.
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Fun workplace

The pay is great, the benefits are greater and its a great place to work if you're wanting to work in the tech world. I worked on the YT side of Google
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Amazing company

Amazing company, great benefits, cool co-workers. Very demanding work in a challenging, fast paced environment where "thriving in ambiguity" is expected. Be prepared to be challenged!
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Overrated. Food is good. Terrible tools and Finance leaders only care about themselves. Ambiguous leveling process that seems to favor tenure and/or minorities over value add or skill.
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I love the way they work and work so is fun and yes i love it because is so fun workin there and it is really cool because is chillin and really fun there
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Fun work and nice collegues

I really enjoy working at google. I can take on many important tasks that have a high level of responsibility. I can only recommend google as an employer.
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Nice place to work

Working at Google was an amazing experience because of its inspiring colleagues, groundbreaking projects, and a culture of constant learning and growth.
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Fun and work life balance

Great place to work, great pay, and I just love it so much, couldn't really ask for better. If I had to start over I would work here again for sure. :)
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Excellent opportunity for learning

I was pleased to find Google offered many different learning courses. Having a company that allows plenty of schedule freedom incentivizes me to be the most productive I can be while at work.
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I loved my job & truly respected my direct manager

My role supported many moving parts in several time zones, so more often than not, my days were 10-12hr days. I truly enjoyed my job so I didn’t mind. I felt supported by my team & direct manager and I enjoyed the growth and mentorship that was provided.


All the perks are amazing and if you have strong leadership, that makes it all even more amazing


Unexpected layoff even with high performance, work life balance
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Good Searches.

Search bar works well. They give an extraordinary amount of information and websites for the search content that you enter into their search bar. So that is really good.
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Productive and fun workplace

I really enjoyed working at Google I felt like I made the most of my time there and it was a very fun and productive workplace if I could go back I would
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Disappointing Experience as a Project Manager

My time as a Project Manager at Google was nothing short of disappointing. Despite the company’s reputation, my experience was far from what I had expected.First and foremost, the workload was overwhelming. The constant pressure to deliver results often led to burnout among team members. The work-life balance, which I had heard so much about, was practically nonexistent.Communication within the teams was abysmal. Despite Google’s emphasis on collaboration, there was a lack of transparency, and important information was frequently withheld. This made it incredibly challenging to coordinate projects effectively.Moreover, the company’s obsession with endless meetings seemed counterproductive. Instead of focusing on actual work, it felt like we were spending most of our time in meetings that rarely led to meaningful outcomes.The so-called perks were also overrated. The extravagant amenities, while nice, couldn’t make up for the overall toxic work environment. It often felt like a superficial attempt to mask the underlying issues.In summary, my time as a Project Manager at Google left me thoroughly disappointed. I had hoped for a fulfilling and innovative experience, but it turned out to be a stressful and disheartening ordeal. If you value work-life balance and a supportive work culture, I would advise looking elsewhere.
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Productive and good place

Productive and good place, highly recommend the leadership team and the work culture. They are a tech company with emphasis on ownership culture which makes unique
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4.2 out of 5 stars for Work/Life Balance
4.1 out of 5 stars for Compensation/Benefits
3.7 out of 5 stars for Job Security/Advancement
3.9 out of 5 stars for Management
4.2 out of 5 stars for Culture

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