At Google, a Transgender "Gold Standard"

At Google, a Transgender "Gold Standard"

"Do the right thing" isn't just a slogan we have - we regularly apply it to our actions and decisions. Our benefits and culture are inclusive, like the transgender benefits highlighted in this article from the Advocate. We aim to raise the bar for treating employees right, the way they deserve to be treated.

Read more about our transgender benefits at advocate.com

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