Larry Page and Sergey Brin, the founders of Google Inc., did not want to apply the traditional culture of corporation based on extrinsic rewards system only and where employees are stuck in a cubicle for hours without sharing ideas or experiences. As the traditional “Do a great job and you will be recompensed with a increment in your salary”. Larry Page and Sergey Brin, wanted to create something more, an innovative culture in which Human Resources will be call “People operations”, an innovative way to obtain a consistent increase of productivity out of their employees. The key for Google’s continuous success is employees' motivation. As we know Google is a technology company, which requires being in a constant stage of innovation. To be part of the top 10 companies in the world; Google has had to innovate and evolve the way it manages and motivates its employees. The founders believed that in order to attract the best talent, they had to provide an environment where people would want to come to work, have fun, dream big and get rewarded for hard work.
Google has had created a new structure of leadership to provide the best environment to motivate their employees not only with extrinsic but intrinsic rewards as well.
Google has created the dream work environment in where anybody would like to work. Offering commodities as first-class dining facilities with healthy food only, gyms, laundry room, massage room, haircuts, carwashes, and community houses – All to satisfy any need an employee may have. In this way, the employee will not need to worry about external necessities and concentrate in being creative and surpassing their own limits. Google also offer the traditional extrinsic benefits as free health and dental benefits, flex spending accounts, 401K plans, etc. Google also have unique benefits as the convenience of seeing a doctor on-site, provides back-up childcare and in the Gift Matching Program, adoption Assistance, reimburse an...
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