Google moved up by two spots in this year's ranking of global workplaces. The highly desirable tech behemoth receives 61 times as many applicants as they have existing jobs, and for good reason. Google (Fortune 500) seems to be all about coaching. The company's "CareerGuru" program makes 43 of its senior leaders available for one-on-one, confidential career coaching sessions with other Googlers. "Gurus" are deployed in 14 offices across the world. ,
Engineering employees at all levels can also get advice from "EngAdvisors," senior engineers at Google who can discuss any number of issues, like work-life balance, conflict resolution, and performance reviews. More than 900 engineers have used the program since it began in 2009.
Google reclaims the top spot to become a three-time champion. Meet this year's top 100, network with the winners, and more.
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