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Anonymous shared this review of Google, United States on Sep 24th, 2019
"Great company that is looking to be more inclusive and diverse"
Anonymous shared this review of Google, United States on Jul 29th, 2019
"Find a great team that has a product you are really interested/passionate about. Having a supportive manager can really help you, and conversely having a manager that doesn't care about your career will hurt you in the long run."
Anonymous shared this review of Google, United States on Jul 24th, 2019
"Team fit is the most important consideration. Google isn't homogeneous in it's benefits and treatment. For example, folks in engineering will get bigger budgets, flexibility, have a different promotion process and will be treated as first class citizens. If you are in a non-revenue producing area, it is very different and is more traditional in it's hierarchy, bureaucracy and male dominated leadership. Middle manager is truly one of the biggest issues at Google. Many have an inflated sense of self, have no real empathy for people unlike themselves so there is constant bias. Including racial, sexual, religion, whether or not you're a family person, disability and more. They have also weaponized HR heavily and use the "like-me" bias far too often for minorities to strive. YMMV"
Anonymous shared this review of Google, United States on Jul 17th, 2019
"Experiences vary based on what org you are in. Managers matter a lot here so choose one wisely"
Anonymous shared this review of Google, United States on Jun 30th, 2019
"Great place to launch a career, there are a lot of opportunities and tools to help you succeed."
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