The prevailing opinion from employees about joining Google is that the company was very prepared on their first day. Google employees concluded that their overall onboarding experience was positive. 74% said their direct manager was helpful with their acclimation during the first 90 days. First impressions are important, and how prepared a company is on your first day leaves a lasting impression.
Your direct manager highly affects your experience at a company; overall managers at Google are rated an A. At Google most employees said they received feedback once a month or once a quarter. 71% of employees also said they felt comfortable giving their managers feedback. Learn More about your managers at Google.
If you think you and your skill set should be valued higher than your offer, negotiate your salary! 45% of men and 52% of women at Google said they negotiated their salaries. On average, Google employees earn $133,066. Google ranks in the Top 15% for compensation in San Francisco. Learn More about Salaries at Google.
* Estimated salaries Estimated salaries are based on data provided anonymously by employees and/or estimated by other statistical methods.
Now that you’ve joined Google, get acclimated. Is lunch a social time or do people sit at their desks? At Google the most common answer selected by employees is a 1 hour break. Understand your coworkers and why they’ve chosen to stay at Google, many employees say it’s because of the comp & benefits.
Google ranks in the Top 50% of companies for professional development in San Francisco. 66% of employees feel as though Google is beneficial to their continuous career growth, and 46% said they had a mentor at the office. Learn More about Professional Development at Google.