Divulgadora da Google (Former Employee), Salvador, BA – February 1, 2014
Pros: ganhei dinheiro a mais
Cons: nao tinha refeiçao nem transporte
Foram 5 dias fantásticos ,aprendi muito com meus colegas de trabalho . Sei que ajudei muita gente e me alegra em saber!! Espero ano que vem me chamarem novamente. o trabalho é pesado mas vale muito pena,
Data Entry Clerk (Former Employee), Mountain View, CA – January 24, 2014
Pros: free acess to work out room and free lunch
Enter information on the quality of book conditions. Operated business machines fax, copy printers,copy machine, and phones. I learned to meet deadlines because book had to be shipped shipped to college libraries on a timely manner if not my contract with would end early. The mangers there were helpful and friendly. Me an my co-workers use team work – more... and got alone great. The hardest part of the job was leaving my co workers when my two year contact was completed. The most enjoyable part of the job was having the ability to work a sucessful company completing my two year contact. – less
Its awesome working here! Its awesome working here! Its awesome working here! Its awesome working here! Its awesome working here! Its awesome working here! Its awesome working here! Its awesome working here! Its awesome working here! Its awesome working here! Its awesome working here! :)
Specialist (Former Employee), Carlisle, ENG – January 22, 2014
Pros: happy enviroment
Cons: long hours
A typical day at work started with me cleaning the area, in store where i was situated. Usually the mornings started off slow with only 5 - 15 customers in looking at my products. Then the afternoon got a lot busier which is when my skills of working under pressure came to be very helpful. I learned a lot about computers and tech support. Also I learned – more... how to work with strangers which was my main worry when i took on the job. I formed very good relationships with my co-workers on professional and personal levels. The hardest part of my job was that I started work after only having 2 hours training which meant 95% of the information that i passed onto customers was all learned from self study. I have to say that the part of this job that i enjoyed the most had to be the customers. I dealt with that many but i can still remember faces and every tutorial, educating session and sales pitch. – less
Contact Center Support Technician Tier (Former Employee), Mountain View, CA – January 21, 2014
If you are hired as a employee, that would be best. Treats contractors like second class citizens. Managers who are contractors have no idea how to manage a team the majority of the time. A very segregated feeling if you have a red badge and not the normal google badge. Great food and swag. Definitely a place to try and work at and hopefully converted.
Experienced professional with planning and organizational skills that balance work, team support and manages in a timely and professional manner.
Quality Analyst (Former Employee), India – January 19, 2014
Pros: free food, juices, snacks etc
Cons: absolutely nothing.
Before I joined Google Company, I was skeptical and nervous because I had no experience working in an office. The night before my first day of work, thoughts were racing through my mind… I felt worried about the kind of work I would have to do. But the manger and my co-workers were so helpful to me. Thanks to them. As time went by, I learned to interact – more... with clients. . . My overall experience with GOOGLE INDIA was great. Everyone is super nice and funny and the environment is very calm and friendly. – less
Scan Operator (Former Employee), San Jose, CA – January 13, 2014
work was really fun comfortable able to work individually. my job was to scan books page by page and all kinds of books even magazines. My co-workers were fun and friendly. The hardest part was trying not to rip a page because some books were so old and hard not to rip or make any blurry pages either.
Data Analyst - Team Octane (Former Employee), Mountain View, Ca – January 8, 2014
Pros: free lunch, great team, great management, great environment
Cons: no opportunity for conversion
Was a contractor here for about 6 months. Have been trying to go back ever since. I had a great manager who was very hands-off and a great team (we still talk to this day). The pay was pretty good for how few responsibilities i had. The culture was great, tons of activities, events, free food. Benefits were free food even to contractors, free events, – more... popular speakers. Con: my job was only contract, no opportunity for conversion. – less