With more than 23,000 full-time employees worldwide, Google has consistently ranked in the top 5 of Fortune’s “100 Best Companies to Work For.” Unless you’re a cat. The self-professed “dog company” says in its code of conduct that cats would be stressed out in its offices.
“We recognize that dogs can be a valued and important part of employees’ lives and, in many cases, bringing them to work enhances their quality of life,” said Stacy Sullivan, Google’s chief culture officer. “Of course, dogs must be properly licensed, vaccinated, supervised, and leashed at all times.”
Because you never know when a “felix non grata” might tempt fate and try to case the joint.