Google has long been renowned as a key leader of progressive work ethics. The brand was a leader in the introduction of a structured compensation and benefits package for its employees, whilst its flexible working policies and management structures have been praised by employees and critics alike.
In its two decades of operation, Google has risen from a team of under ten, to have an employment base of over 100,000 workers worldwide as of 2019. It has attracted some of the most prominent talent in the world, and invested heavily in supporting its people through research – some of which has been continually assessed over the course of a decade – which begs the question, what has it learned?
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