google is possibly the best place to work in the world.
The Mountain View, California-based tech giant frequently ranks No. 1 on Business Insider’s list of Best Companies to Work For in America, ranking No. 2 place this year.
Google was also named the world’s most attractive employer this year by global research and advisory firm Universum, and employee ratings on Glassdoor earned the company no. 1 spot in glassdoor’s Employee Choice Awards, Best Places to Work 2015.
google’s 57,000+ employees love everything the “googleplex” has to offer, including free wi-fi enabled shuttles to and from work, free healthy meals, laundry and fitness facilities, 18 weeks of fully paid maternity leave and on-site childcare and competitive salaries: Report 84% high job satisfaction and earn a median salary of $133,000 after five years, according to Payscale survey data.
laszlo bock, head of human resources at google, explains in his book “work rules!” that the key to a successful workplace is to constantly innovate, experiment and keep things fun.
google has more than 70 offices in more than 40 countries around the world. Mayra Felix, strategic program manager for the Americas with Google’s global account management team, works out of the company’s California headquarters.
She began her career at Google in 2013 as a Regional Account Manager, and prior to that, she moved to the United States from Ecuador to attend Georgetown University.
We spoke to Felix to find out what it’s really like to work for one of the world’s best employers.
This is what he said: