I’ve always been a person who appreciates the company I’ve come to work with in the past, whether they’ve been a great employer to me or not. But there are really companies that you really admired, dreamed to work and deserves to be on the world’s top companies because they were pro-employees – basically cared and looked out for their employee’s welfare in all aspects.

I have several companies that I dreamed to work in including Microsoft, but one of those that stands most is the tech giant Google.

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What do I love about Google

I’ve heard a lot of great stuffs or the perks in working at Google like the free food, gym, item discounts, in house doctors, and massages. Some of these are the great to have and other top companies also have, but what I loved the most from what I’ve read about working at Google is their professional and personal development program for their employees.

If you have watched the movie ‘The Internship’ starring Vince Vaughn and Owen Wilson, it’s a great depiction of how Google is such a great workplace. First is their world class working environment ambiance.

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They have a very employee friendly working environment where you can be like a child in a Disneyland. It is such a stress reliever when you work, you can at anytime go to a place and sort of distress in whatever you do. I think this way by Google will allow you to be more productive and enables you to maximize your full potential as a resource.

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I honestly think, all of these perks is built in from the company’s culture. Google executives really understands how things will work for its company’s growth, will also rely to their employees overall welfare and development.

Thank you for reading this post. I only wish that other companies can also adapt to this kind of mindset of providing also a great environment/workplace and really extends their care for their employees as this will also help them strive hard and become the best employees for your growth.

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