Google staff enjoy best work-life balance in UK

Google staff enjoy best work-life balance in UK

Google staff enjoy the best work-life balance in the UK according to new research.

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Comments (2)

  • stone
    Tue, 22 Jul 2014 10:16am BST
    I have worked for Google. Not sure about this research. Yes they offer free breakfast, lunch and dinner and healthy snacks however it does mean you start work at 7am and work until 21:00pm... hmmm
  • Dan Fairlight
    Dan Fairlight
    Tue, 1 Jul 2014 2:15pm BST
    Breaking news: Google are great to work for.

    Not (that) bitter I don't work there, but be interesting to know how the survey was carried out. You'd think the last place you'd find a substantial amount of Google employees for a survey, would be a job board.