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Google Finds That Perks Can't Keep Some Employees From Leaving

Google has one of the most employee pampering policies, but its losing star employees; what's happening?

Google's top 3 executives have pledged to stay with the company for two more decades. It's not hard to imagine why with the company's rampant success and amazing perks.

Like a tropical paradise, the Google workplace environment sounds like some fantasy or flight of one's imagination. Employees get haute cuisine lunches cooked by renowned chefs. Childcare and swimming spas all come free as well. The workplace features art and brings in guest speakers like Barack Obama, which whether you love them or hate them, promise to yield above average water cooler chat. And tech training sessions are in no short supply.

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