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Google’s new employee perk: paid sabbaticals to work for nonprofits

Google Fellowships will let hires take a break-dance from the working day profession to work on projects for good.

Google’s nonprofit division has long had undertaken to gifting 1% of the company’s total equity and profits to charity. Based on the $ 1 billion assurance it realise in October 2017, the company placed emphasis on crusades like education, economic opening, and inclusion. Some groups receiving fund just so happen to also move the online nature more accessible, instructive, and safe for customers. This week, Google provided its humanitarian efforts with Google Fellowships, a programme designed that allows its own employees to embed for up to six months at nonprofits with special projects that need the help of experts in computer engineering, data analysis, and artificial intelligence.

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