Work Life at Google

Yes my Google fascination continues, with this article, via Mises Blog. The working conditions sound amazing.

Larry Page and Sergey Brin and their brainstorm, Google, quickly outgrew her home. Today, the founders and their landlady – who wound up quitting her job at Intel to join the boys – are in different wings of the four-building sprawling campus known as the Googleplex, a 1,000-employee paradise with free food, unlimited ice cream, pool and ping-pong tables and complimentary massages, plus the ability to spend 20% of work time on any outside activity. "They built Google to be their dream environment," Wojcicki says.

Personally, I don't know if I would ever go public if I were them. Sooner or later at a public company, those perks will probably be axed. But I guess for the founders, there is a strong desire to go public and become multi-kajillionaires.

UPDATE: Mario noted this link in the comments. Maybe Google will stay private after all, at least for awhile.

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