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- "The people are great and almost always assume the best of you; I never had bad interactions or felt the need to 'prove myself'." (in 3018 reviews)
- "great benefits and I do believe they build some of the best products out there." (in 2291 reviews)
- "Great environment and culture for each individual to proactively dive into what ever they are working on." (in 1755 reviews)
- "In those positions you can have a good work/life balance and just use all the benefits" (in 1525 reviews)
- "Would recommend Software Engineering/Development/PM at Google if you want a nice comfy job with perks and good pay." (in 1277 reviews)
- "Long hours and your time put into a position where you may not even advance." (in 556 reviews)
- "bad management and rude to customers" (in 492 reviews)
- "People are forced out by bad managers via bad annual reviews and PIP program to get there friends in there." (in 421 reviews)
- "Much work to do and stress" (in 193 reviews)
- "Recent layoffs have caused a rescinded ft offer" (in 177 reviews)
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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?
I received a verbal offer from Google and now I have to tell my recruiter my expected base, bonus, and equity per year. The position is L6 and location is Washington DC. I worked for 15-yrs in the federal govt, so I have no idea what to request. Any advice?
What is the TC range of L5 Google, non-tech ads business, in Toronto Canada? I was referred by a frend to a Senior Manager role (similar role and industry) at Amazon Advertising Canada. The recruiter asked for my expected salary range, but I’m not very familiar with L5 equivalent salary range in North America/Canada. What is L5 Google equal to in Amazon? What should be the TC range? L5 GCS Google, JAPAC region, 9 YoE (5 yr relevant to ads biz), MBA.