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Google genuinely cares about you and your career. We have great benefits intended to help your professional and personal life thrive, from hundreds of free internal courses and educational reimbursement, to family leave, baby bonding and other benefits to keep you and your loved ones happy and healthy.
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Insurance, Health & Wellness
Employee Benefit Reviews
Showing 1–10 of 5032 comments
- Free Lunch or Snacks(1373 comments)
“If you work on-site, the meals and snacks are endlessly stocked, healthy, and multicultural. ”
- Health Insurance(448 comments)
“Excellent coverage for individuals and family”
- Vacation & Paid Time Off(266 comments)
“Unlimited sick time, 3 weeks vacation to start, and lots of wellness days throughout the year. ”
Wonderful working with peers and managers
Amazing in office perks and health benefits! Love that we get free therapy sessions as well!
Vacation, med/dent/vis insurance is all top notch, and the unexpected benefits are mind boggling, such as covering fertility services, mental health via Lyra, and even elder care for aging parents.
it was good boi yes,.
What people are saying about Google
FIRE Financial Independence Retire Early
8 months ago
Was laid off by Google and told I can roll my 401k into my IRA. Currently have ~$40K in my 401K; half traditional & half Roth. Also have a traditional & Roth IRA - use the traditional to backdoor contribute to my Roth. Do you recommend I convert my traditional 401k money to Roth first before moving to IRA, or do the rollover first, and then convert from traditional to Roth in the IRA? Know you can only convert $6K from traditional to Roth in the IRA each year.
2 years ago
Okaaaay 🐠 need some opinions on this. I turned down B4 to come to Google (at a smaller salary admittedly). The partner from the B4 reached out to me with a pretty significant offer, I know him personally as we worked together at my old company which has its benefits.. Offered M1, $160k base, $10k sign on, and 20% bonus. Currently at $115k base, 30k/yr in RSU and 15% bonus. I’m a PgM at Google and still a consultant by definition, figure I’ll be in consulting for the long run. Thoughts on this?
The Work-Life Bowl
4 months ago
Environmental Health and Safety Specialist
I have a bachelors in Biology from University of California Riverside. I have been job searching for 6 months now and have had no luck. I was previously an illness response specialist for a vendor company at Google. I’m thinking of trying to get into becoming a healthcare data analyst. Does anyone have any advice on what to learn or do to get an entry level job in health care analytics? Should I learn SQL and Tableau or take a certificate course. I would like to start working soon.
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I get to visit Google company in Africa
Great place to work in.
Good health insurance and 401k
Best benefits of any company I've worked at
they provide health insurance and good bonuses
401k high salary cons:no down time