And women are highly satisfied with the company, according to data from Glassdoor.
There's only one exception but it's a big one: they don't feel as good about their career opportunities as their male colleagues do.
In the aftermath of the controversial Google memo on diversity and conservatism, and the firing of its author James Damore, there's been a non-stop parade of people opining about the company and its treatment of women.
But one Google employee says a critical voice on the issue has been overlooked: that of the women who actually work at Google.
No one is asking us how we feel about it," one female Google employee told Business Insider's Steve Kovach.
The female Googler acknowledged the company wasn't perfect, but by and large believed the opportunities for women at the company were good.