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I worked at Google as an intern
Great benefits and pay. Food was great and employees were genrally very nice and approachable.
At times keeping up with the (unspoken but implied) desire for "positivity" in employees and such was a tad draining.
I applied through a recruiter. I interviewed at Google (Cambridge, MA (US)).
I initiated the process by responding to an email message from a sourcer and was handed off to a recruiting coordinator. I spoke several times with the recruiting coordinator, who was my primary contact point throughout the proces. After an intial phone screen, I was invited onsite to speak with 5 engineers (with a break for lunch mid-day).
Folowing the interviews, I received a tentative "not officially an offer" congradulatory call at which point we discussed teams that would be a good match for my skill set. Once one was selected, I received a formal offer, which I had 5 business days to accept.