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3 days ago

Senior Product Finance Analyst, gTech

Google Mountain View, CA

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6 days ago

Global Product Expert, Customer Relationship Management (CRM) system

Google Mountain View, CA

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10 days ago

Senior Manager, New Business Intakes and Design

Google Mountain View, CA

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10 days ago

Senior Treasury Operations Analyst, Treasury Operations Group

Google Mountain View, CA

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6 days ago

IT Audit Manager

Google Mountain View, CA

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    Former Employee - Staffing Manager in Mountain View, CA

    I worked at Google full-time for more than 8 years

    Pros

    Great mission - creates large impact and affects people's lives. Always pushing innovation with high risks projects like self driving car and Google Glass. Googlers are compensated very well and there are lots of perks.

    Cons

    This may not apply to the entire company because my experience was in the Human Resources department. It has become bureaucratic and very political. Maybe this is part of being a 50,000+ company. There's too much red tape that slows down the ability to get things done. Also, success is becoming dependent on who you know and how much you sell yourself. It's no longer about your accomplishment or abilities. Title and level are becoming more important.

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    Some Directors and Sr. Managers are average or terrible. Listen to lower level employees and what they have to says about their managers. Don't just rely on the surveys - interview them privately. You'll learn more about how they feel and view their leaders.

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