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Workers leave Google's Mountain View, Calif., main offices on Thursday, Nov. 1, 2018 in a protest . (AP Photo/Noah Berger) If you are just as frequently present at HR, workplace, and Future of Work conferences as I am, you couldn’t have noticed, that for the past 10 years, Google came up more than any other organization when speakers cited Good Practice. Laszlo Bock’s book, Work Rules!: Insights from Inside Google That Will Transform How You Live and Lead was a beacon for HR and people managers worldwide to emulate the Silicon Valley giant’s culture and talent practices. So it was all the more shocking, when on the 1st November 2018 thousands of Google employees decided to stage a walk-out from the company in over forty offices worldwide, protesting
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