Contributor Weekend: Support Forums

Our first global contributor drive is coming up next weekend, January 30-31, 2016, and we want you to be involved! Many of our current contributors first got involved at a Contributor Day at a WordCamp or WordPress Meetup event near them, but not everyone has had that opportunity, so we’re trying to create an online experience that […]

Growing our support for veterans and military families

Over the past year, more and more Googlers have had the chance to meet service members and hear their stories through the Google Veterans Network—our employee resource group. These interactions have led to a greater understanding of the challenges the veteran community faces and have inspired many teams across Google to find additional ways for […]

A healthy grant to support healthy buildings

Imagine having nutrition-label-like data about every product you use at your fingertips—knowing exactly what ingredients make up things like office chairs or house paint and how they could impact your health today and 30 years from now. It’s a future that goes hand in hand with our commitment to creating the healthiest work environments possible […]

Celebrate freedom. Support a free and open Internet.

On July Fourth, America celebrates its independence. In the summer of 1776, 13 disenfranchised colonies spoke. It took days for their declaration to be printed and distributed throughout the colonies, and it took weeks for it to be seen across the Atlantic. Today, such a document could be published and shared with the world in […]

Resources to support a new and open world for learning

Googlers are the types who never really leave the classroom. Guest speakers come to campus to give talks on subjects ranging from fiction to physics. Diverse groups of people work together to understand and solve big problems while groups of Googlers engage in passionate debate in our cafeterias. Given this environment, it’s no surprise how […]

Q&A: Does anyone know why they dont adjust child support for inflation, or set adjustments based off gross income?

by SS&SS Question by Zorro (WAR on Dog Section): Does anyone know why they dont adjust child support for inflation, or set adjustments based off gross income? I find it interesting that every time there is a change that the custodial parent has to go back to court, and most don’t. I see that over […]

In the state of mn what is automatic income withdrawl for child support. Do the find out where he works?

Question by jenn: In the state of mn what is automatic income withdrawl for child support. Do the find out where he works? through his social security number or does he have to report it? What if he doesnt report where he works? Best answer: Answer by CHEROKEESQUAWthe state can follow his ss#….and then garnish […]