Here's What Google Employees are 'Banned' From Doing At Work
Here's What Google Employees are 'Banned' From Doing At Work

Recently, the search giant, of course, Google introduced a new set of community guidelines for its employees, which needed to be followed. The new guidelines are meant to crack down on what employees can say inside the company.

Here’s What Google Employees are ‘Banned’ From Doing At Work

Who doesn’t wants to work for Google? Of course, everyone wants to work for Google. However, getting a job from Google is not that easy. You not only have to crack the touch interview processes, but also have to follow a few rules. Google is one of the top-most empathetic company in the world, and it pays its employees very well.

Recently, the search giant, of course, Google introduced a new set of community guidelines for its employees, which needed to be followed. The new guidelines are meant to crack down on what employees can say inside the company.

According to the blog post from Google, “Working at Google comes with tremendous responsibility. Billions of people rely on us every day for high-quality, reliable information. It’s critical that we honor that trust and uphold the integrity of our products and services.”

The new guidelines for employees state three key things to remember:

  • Be responsible. What you say and do matters. You’re responsible for your words and actions and you’ll be held accountable for them.
  • Be helpful. Your voice is your contribution — make it productive.
  • Be thoughtful. Your statements can be attributed to Google regardless of your intent, and you should be thoughtful about making statements that could cause others to make incorrect assumptions.

The Guidelines have also stated that employees were not allowed to waste time on non-work topics and political debates.

Apart from that, the employees have been told to follow three Google values while communication with fellow mates and users “Respect the user, respect the opportunity, respect each other. Our Values govern how we conduct ourselves in the pursuit of our mission. We each need to own them personally; we all need to own them collectively.”

The new guidelines also state that employees should stop trolling others with name-calling, or anything that includes making statements that insult, demean, or humiliate. The company also suggest their employees not to mislead or share internal data with others.

You can read out the full community guidelines here. So, what do you think about this? Share your views with us in the comment box below.



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