Google Executive & Great Place to Work Conference

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<p><strong>San Francisco &mdash; March 15</strong><br />Great Place to Work Institute, a global research and consulting firm dedicated to &quot;building a better society by helping companies transform their workplaces,&quot; has announced that Laszlo Bock, Google vice president of people operations, will present a keynote speech during the Great Place to Work Conference on April 18-20 in Los Angeles.&nbsp; </p><p>As a speaker, Bock joins 36 CEOs and other top leaders from &quot;100 Best&quot; and &quot;Best Small &amp; Medium&quot; companies ,including Vanguard, FedEx, W.L. Gore, FedEx, CDW, Network Appliance, PwC, Ernst &amp; Young, Timberland, REI, Capital One and more. <br /><br />Google appeared for the first year on <em>Fortune</em>&rsquo;s 100 Best Companies to Work for list, created by Great Place to Work Institute. </p><p>While recent press has focused on Google&#39;s incredible employee benefits, these perks and practices are just accessories to Google&#39;s strong foundation: treat people with respect, support creative endeavors and don&#39;t be evil. </p><p>These beliefs have enabled Google to create a culture where brainy, creative, entrepreneurial people could thrive.<br /><br />The Great Place to Work Conference is an annual learning and networking event featuring leaders who have created award-winning workplaces.&nbsp; </p><p>Speakers from <em>Fortune</em>&rsquo;s 100 Best Companies to Work for and the &quot;Best Small &amp; Medium Companies to Work for in America&quot; share stories, best practices and tips on how to create a workplace culture built on trust.&nbsp; </p><p>&ldquo;The conference creates a community for executives and HR leaders committed to building great workplace cultures, who share stories and brainstorm solutions with professionals who share their commitment to creating a great place to work,&quot; said Sarah Lewis-Kulin, Great Place to Work Institute director of education services. &quot;We are proud to highlight speakers like Laszlo Bock, who have shown exceptional leadership in creating the type of workplace where trust is foundational.&quot;</p>

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