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GOOGLE IS THE BEST PLACE TO WORK 1 What Makes Google the Best Place to Work and Why? Professor Organizational Behavior January 18, 2017
GOOGLE IS THE BEST PLACE TO WORK 2 What makes Google the best Place to work and why? In this paper I will cover why I think Google is the best place to work in world. I will cover the driving forces behind Googles success and how they compete in the global market making them the leading organization. I will also cover how their workforce diversity has help Google with their success. I will also cover Googles Ethics, morality and technological innovation which has made Google on of the best place to work and have the most productive employees with the way they have their work environment is set up. Googles fundamental driving forces that shape their organizational environment are some of the best models today. Headquartered in Mountain View, California, “Google — recently renamed Alphabet in a corporate restructuring — just topped Business Insider's 2016 list of the 50 best companies to work for in America, based on exclusive data from Pay Scale.” (Gillett, 2016) When Google competes in the global market they focus on improving the way people connect to the information through the internet. It provides a variety of services and tools for any advertiser no matter the size. From simple text ads to display and mobile advertising to users and to the publishers. The company primarily focuses on the areas which include search, advertising, operating systems, platforms, and enterprise of products. The search area consists of all the information available of websites and other online content which is made available through Googles search engine to anyone with an Internet connection. This makes Google available to almost everyone in the world making them reach more people than ever through their search engine. Workforce diversity encompasses all forms of differences among all forms of age, ability, region, personality, social status, and sexual orientation. [Qui14] “Last year, Google said it would spend $150 million in 2015 to promote diversity.” [Lis16] This makes Google stand out and

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