Source | futurism.com | MAGGIE HARRISON
Crab cake lunches aren’t enough to quell growing employee discomfort at Google. In late July, Googlers were told to get off their bean bag chairs and work — and now, upon the announcement that the company has extended a two-week hiring freeze, Insider reports that workers have grown increasingly alarmed at the new mandate that they actually do work.
With its sprawling campus and lavish perks, Google has built a reputation as a generous employer. But as one unnamed worker told Insider, the Silicon Valley giant has undergone a “real vibe shift” in recent weeks. And that new vibe, it seems, is very uneasy.