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Google is tracking some employees for 100 years just to monitor their happiness

29
Mar
2014

Google is planning to “spy” on its employees for the next 100 years in order to find the secret recipe of keeping them happy and more engaged for a longer period of time, Google’s Senior Vice President of People Operations Laszlo Bock revealed in Harvard Business Review. Inspired by the Framingham Heart Study started 65 years ago in Massachusetts with more than 5,000 people, Google has started its own gDNA study, a “major long-term study aimed at understanding work,” a very important element of life. The company has already randomly selected over 4,000 employees in its study, although participation is optional and confidential according to the exec. Each person completes two in-depth surveys each year, which cover “traits that are static, like personality;

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