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As part of Glassdoor’s online company review survey, employees voluntarily and anonymously share what their job and company is like when it comes to work-life balance. The following 25 companies stand out for both high work-life balance ratings and insightful reviews.
Think of it as the next Apollo space program, only in the private sector. Tremendous job growth, expanding technologies and new ways of seeing the world are only a few of the benefits that are being promised with big data.
Google’s “20% time,” which allows employees to take one day a week to work on side projects, effectively no longer exists. That’s according to former Google employees, one who spoke to Quartz on the condition of anonymity and others who have said it publicly. What happened to the company’s most famous and most imitated perk?
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