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Google: A sneak-peak inside their headquarters

How the search giant doesn't subscribe to typical HR philosophies to ensure employee satisfaction.

In the last 14 years the search giant has gone from two employees to over 32,000, making it difficult to preserve its nimble and industrial start-up days.

To maintain that atmosphere, though, the company has hired designers and people analysts that collect and analyse all manner of data. By implementing ideas based on this information, the company hopes to keep staff happy, engaged and productive.

Click's Sumi Das reports on whether it is possible for Google to perfect the science that links employee satisfaction to workplace efficiency.

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