It was relevant to the job role and the work carried out. it was fair and structured in a way tha promoted achievement
Hands down the best benefits that I have received from any company I've worked for, including nurses on site, restaurants and a gym.
Health insurance, travel insurance, pension
Offices are excellent and well equipped with healthy food and snacks, and lots of drinks and coffee. Onsite management is excellent and always receptive to asks and comments. Special holiday asks for the catering are welcome.
Great package = No work life balance
The working environment and the people that you work with is the best thing about the benefits package at Google
Perks are so good it's hard to leave, so many sub-optimal people stick around when they know they shouldn't, really.
OK it is one of the best if not the best in the market. If you are after good (who isn't?) benefits, the place to be.
2 years experience and paying £65k. Benefits. Pension. Bonus = 20%
If you are adult enough and can manage your work and your time, it's great to work at Google because you'll find the freedom, energy and innovation culture. If you are too young, Google will setup your expectations way to high for the future
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.