Google's CEO, Larry Page, wants to make sure his employees maintain a healthy lifestyle. Page is known for providing food for his staff, but now he is flipping the script. Page says he has started to hide dessert foods so employees are less likely to eat them.
"[We've been] making sure we have really healthy food for people," Page said. "We started putting the desserts around a wall, just around the corner. We have doctors on site. We'd like to do more of that, where we really make health care convenient and easier and faster, which I think helps people stay healthy."
It's no wonder why Google was named the best workplace by Fortune 100.
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