Je travaille chez Google à plein temps (Pendant plus de 3 ans)
autonomie, impact, voyage, diversité des missions
grosse boite, difficulté de la mobilité interne, politique importante
J'ai postulé via une recommandation d'un employé. J'ai passé une entrevue à Google en février 2018.
I have interviewed with Google (GCP, G Suite) for a number of sales positions over the past year and I can say it is the most backward process for any Enterprise software company I have dealt with in the past twenty years. The recruiters are very junior (less than 5 years in the work force) yet tend to have more power than you can imagine. In multiple positions I was a referral from a Senior Google employee who also helped broker introductions/meetings with hiring managers and collegues prior to formally applying. Despite being told that I would be an excellent candidate, I haven't been able to get through a very basic screening call. The screening calls address anytihng that can be obtained via LinkedIn or your resume. With the recruiters lacking basic industry knowledge and (I imagine) asking the same basic questions all day long, it is not a very engaging call nor does it make you excited about working at Google. At the end of every call, I asked if they have any concerns about my experience and if I would be a good fit. Despite being told that there is "none" and I would be an excellent candidate, it takes less than 24 hours before you get an email saying that they are not proceeding with you. I have been told that they only put a few people through the interview process which is either and irresponsible recruiting practice or a blatent lie to me... I imagine it is the latter as this seems to be a Company where dishonestly is more acceptable than potentially hurting someone's feelings. What can I say? I would have loved to work at Google but it is clear after writing this, I might not be "Googly" enough for them.
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