If a Google employee reveals that he or she intends to leave because they have *accepted*–not received–an offer from a talent competitor like Facebook, in some cases they will be “walked off” so that they will no longer have access to Google’s proprietary information. More important than having that employee leave the physical building is shutting off their employee account; and most tech knowledge workers can’t perform their jobs without access to the company’s Intranet, VPN, or email.
عندما كنت في Facebook ، 2013-2016 ، كانت الشائعة التي سمعتها عكس ذلك.
كنت أفهم أن Google لديها عمليًا سياسة عرض مضاد لأي شخص حصل على عرض من Facebook ، وأن السعي للحصول على عرض من Facebook كان استراتيجية يستخدمها موظفو Google لزيادة تعويضاتهم.
ومن المفارقات أن Facebook كان لديه سياسة معاكسة: إذا تلقيت عرضًا من مكان آخر ، فإن سياسة Facebook هي عدم تقديم عرض مضاد. وجهة نظر Facebook هي أنهم إذا بدأوا في عرض مضاد ، فسوف يدخلون في سباق تسلح للتعويضات. بالإضافة إلى ذلك ، إذا كنت تريد حقًا العمل في مكان آخر ، فربما يجب عليك ذلك. هناك الكثير من الأشخاص الذين يحبون العمل في Facebook ؛ لا يحتاجون لمحاولة إقناعك بالبقاء إذا كنت تريد المغادرة. وإذا كنت تخادع فقط ، حسنًا عليهم لعدم الوقوع في غرامه.
No, definitely not, as others have written.
It’s an extremely terrible policy to do so. I once worked for a company, that had the stated policy that security will escort you out of the building immediately upon you giving notice.
So what happened? I gave notice by emptying my office one night.
They had absolutely no opportunity to attempt to retain me. Crap policy, their fault, good riddance.
(They also had a non-compete that said you could never work for Microsoft. Made them modify that clause before I signed to only apply to the SQL Server group, but should have known they were screwed in the head then. Apparently they are still in business; this was 20 years ago.)
I know people who left Google for Facebook, they were not walked out. Why would they be walked out of Google? Because facebook competing with Google?
I have left Google twice, both times for Apple, in both cases Apple was a competing organization, in all cases I had a good talk with my managers up and HR discying opportunities in Google, in both cases I was not escorted, I was given two weeks to talk more and to complete my project. I left in good terms with all my friends, managers and Google. Google is very fair organization, it treats people extremely well . I can imagine that some department might be supersecret and they will do it, but I was working for core search quality which is secretive too and I was asked to leave.