Who Wouldn’t Love To Work At Google?

This was actually an email that I got from someone which describes a lot of the benefits of working for Google.  The best part is that it shows what the employees’ benefits are and what you get while you are at work at the Google campus in San Jose, California.  The trade off to all of these emenities is that Google wants you working literally all the time – so I’m guessing a 40 hour work week isn’t even part of the discussion!
Check this amazing pictures below:


Google  Solar Array

Mountain  View, California

Today,  Google employs 20,223 people around the world, receiving a resume every 25  seconds from eager job-seekers, hiring an average of nine new employees a  day.

A  full-size replica of Virgin Atlantic’s Spaceship One (space tourist  vehicle) hangs in the reception area.

Exercise

To  work off the pounds, and the stress . . …

Google  has its own state-of-the-art gym . . . offering weight-training and a host of  exercise machines, rowing machines, lockers and shower rooms, and two  swim-in-place wave pools.

Other  perks include free haircuts, dry cleaning and laundry, child care, car  services, chiropractors and five onsite doctors available for employee  check-ups; all free of charge.

Perhaps  the most unusual bonus of all… employees can bring their dogs to work with  them and keep the four-legged canine in their  offices.

We  already know that working for Google has certain advantages, but, believe me,  this giant of a search engine takes the welfare of its employees seriously as  shown by this decompression (stress) capsule that is impermeable to sound and  light….

Stress  capsule

Moving  around the complex:

A  slide allows quick access from different floors…

There  are also poles available….they are similar to the ones used in fire  stations.



Food

Employees  can eat all they want for free from a vast choice of food and drink, whipped  up by in-house chefs.

Typical  Google Lunch

Cookie  set-up

Work  Station:

Each  employee has at least two large screens.

There  are 4-6 ‘Zooglers’ per office.



Innovation:

Large  boards are available just about everywhere because ‘ideas don’t always come  when seated in the office’says one of Google’s  managers.

Leisure.

Pool  tables, video games, etc. are available in many  areas.


Communication.

On  each floor, there are private cabin areas where employees attend to personal  affairs.

Tech  Stop

Having  trouble with your computer?  No problem…

Bring  it to this area where drinks are available while it is being  fixed…

Health:

Professional  massage therapists are available.

Rest  ….

View  relaxing aquariums on massage chairs that you control  …

Ambiance.

There  are many books in this library…even some about  programming!

I would LOVE time out in  this room!!


WELLLLLL …. WHO WOULDN´T ???????????????????