Why Google is a Best Place to Work?

When you search anything on Internet search engine, Google, You are connected to Google’s office in California. Google has 70 offices across the world but is headquartered in California. This office covers 10,00,000 square meter of land and is termed as the second biggest office of Google. One can assume it as large as the three large stadiums. Why Google is a Best Place to Work?

If you go inside you will not feel as if you are in office as it is specifically made to make workers feel at home at work place. This 16 storied office is considered as the most liberal office in the world with very calm environment. You can even come with your children at Google’s office as a play area is specifically designed for married people who have kids.

Why Google is a Best Place to Work?

 

Why Google is a Best Place to Work?

Google also provide a care taker for your kids so that they can fully enjoy in the play ground and parents can work having no tension. Even Google has no issue if you bring your pets as they have designed a special area for them.

Google’s Head office covers 10,00,000 square meter of land and is termed as the second biggest office of Google.

Many people opt for Google as after working hours, they have no worries of the left up work at home. Yes, Google even provide laundry service to their employees. You can bring dirty clothes in the morning at take clean pressed clothes back home. Even employees have no hassle to go home and cook as Google provides meal for three times for free. Four large canteens are designated for this purpose and one can enjoy hotel kind of clean environment. Google bets that one cannot get such tasty food outside the office premises.

Why Google is a Best Place to Work?

Vegetables and fruits are grown inside google’s office and a farm area is designated for this purpose. Google try its best to provide the best quality fruits to its employees. Head Chef is given duty to take care of the farm. Gym and Swimming facility is provided to workers as the company believes  that people will work better if provided them with healthy lifestyle.

Google has made special music cabins for its workers to relax

Why Google is a Best Place to Work?

Google has made special music cabins for its workers to relax. Workers can sit there and get peace of mind by listening to music of their choice and than go back to work. The search engine provides its worker with massage parlor so that they can relax after getting tired from work. Workers are even provided with cabins within the office so that they can sleep when tired.

Why Google is a Best Place to Work?

If someone want to go to the other floor and do not feel like using same boring lift, employees can use slide or fire pipe to move in between. If one go to one building to another and don’t want to walk due to large distances, travel on google’s colorful bicycles. Life is very easy and considered precious at Google.

Why Google is a Best Place to Work?

If someone want to go to the other floor and do not feel like using same boring lift, employees can use slide or fire pipe

Why Google is a Best Place to Work?

If you want to go to a trip with family you don’t need to buy a car, just pick an electronic keys from reception and take a car from parking. Google will not even charge the petrol.

Why Google is a Best Place to Work?

Google spent 500 crore to provide all these facilities to its employees as it knows that it’s important to take care of your workers. For this purpose, a hospital is also available in the premises of google, where workers get free treatment. People working in google don’t need to get insurance as if an employee passes away, google gives the salary of next 10 years to his family.

Google spent 500 crore to provide all these facilities to its employees

Due to these facilities Google don’t have to face any hurdle , finding the best employee from world. It receive 15 applications for every 5 seconds.

Also Read: Google Map will Now Tell You the Best Time to Hit the Road

Fizza Atique

Fizza Atique is a Tech writer specializing in the intersection of tech and culture. She likes photography, VR, electronic music, coffee, and baking.

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