Fortune magazine’s “Best Company to Work For” raises in-house child care prices for employees
“There are many things about Google that are not great, and merit improvement,” blogged Sergey Solyanik, who recently returned to Microsoft after a stint at Google. “There are plenty of silly politics, underperformance, inefficiencies and ineffectiveness, and things that are plain stupid.”
Starting, it would appear, with day care.
Good article showing how Google is unraveling from the inside. While the topic of “day care” may seem silly, it goes a long way into publicly defining the kind of company Google really is.