Google-alkalmazotti értékelés itt: Los Angeles, CA
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Although 1/2 their workforce is contract, my experience as a contractor was excellent. Their facilities and benefits are top rated. Some challenges due to the extent and size of the company but perks out way the challenges for sure.
Too many to list.
Easy to be lost in the crowd. Difficult to get into management.
Amazing sites and buildings to work in, however, there is a stark difference between being an FTE (Full-Time Employee) and a TVC (Temp, Vendor or Contractor). Make sure you know which one you'll end up applying for, as every team within this techno-giant offers a different management path. Some easier than others.
Great flow, great opportunities following, and great staff, i was never dissatisfied with my pay or my work duties. Google takes care of you as an employee and makes sure that you are always on the same page following company policy.
Too Emotion based staff
Fast Paced Work. Organized and Well Managed. Everyone was very helpful and understanding. Workers needed more updated technology but was sufficient for job duties. Overall a great company.
Organized and Well Managed
The workplace culture within the office has a very unique atmosphere. Not everyone there is preforming the same tasks. You have the software engineers that know various coding languages , the sales team that handles Googles advertisements and marketing strategies, and lastly the vendors and contractors that are employed for various projects and also work in Office Management. The most enjoyable part of the job are definitely the amenities that come with the office. There is a gym on site along with a trainer who teaches classes at different times and provides excellent advice for your personal fitness goals. Here is where things get a little complicated. As a contractor/vendor, you get office access just like the Google full time employees . However your upper management is normally outsourced through other companies,(Googles clients) and for that reason, it becomes difficult to insure yourself job security.
free lunches and stocked kitchens
Very Heavy on micromanaging. Clocking hourly activities in increments of 15 by manual input.
I have truly enjoyed my time on the Google Express project as a fulfillment lead. I am given a lot of freedom to implement process improvements and work with the in store team to drive positive change. I have worked with a variety of people across multiple cross functional team that builds a strong culture at work.
Free Lunches, work life balance
The workplace isn't stressful, they're not hard on you about deadlines and it's a fun job with great opportunities to advance. You can start from the bottom and work your way up in 6 months.
free lunch, gym membership
Breaks are a must
Work had play harder All expenses for travel, rental car, hotels, and food were covered. Good overtime pay when OT was available. Lots of travel. Got to see a lot of corners of America I would have otherwise never visited. Hardest part was being away from friends and family for long periods 3-4 weeks. Most enjoyable part was driving long distance on the open road with money to burn and a schedule completely set by myself. Weekly goals means I could manage my days how I wanted to and still reach my targets. Learned I love to travel and be outside in the sun. Learned I really want to live in Hawaii at some point. Best trip ever. I learned that I should probably be in management because I'm fair and honest and have the mindset for it.
Pay, Travel, Culture
Bad 2nd Tier management, initial quotas cause burnout and people quit. I