Google is now sharing its best internal HR and management advice with the world.
Masha Yudin stashed this in Recruitment
Laszlo Bock, head of Google’s “People Operations” team, showcased the company’s data-intensive management practices earlier this year in the book titled Work Rules! Since then, Bock has been inundated with requests to share more intricate details of Google’s HR practices.
Bock explains in a blogpost that “the re:Work website is our response to the community of people who want to make work better around the world.”
The new site currently contains guides on the Google approach to hiring, management, people analytics, and something called “unbiasing”—one of Google’s long-term goals, which is to help people recognize their unconscious bias in the hopes of improving the diversity of their workforce.
At least they're trying to diversify their workforce.