Resolved: Google should have no manual
Hello, today our topic is that if google should have no manual. I agree because of this because of 2 main reasons. My first reason is that the workers have freedom and my second reason is that the employers need to rest. No forfeiting.
Google: Place where they give answers/ information/ do anything.
Since brianjustin3709 didn’t provide sources for his definitions, I will provide definitions from reliable sources.
Google: American search engine company, founded in 1998 by Sergey Brin and Larry Page.
Manual: a small book that gives useful information about something
Since he provided no sources, I found a better definition for manual from Merriam-Webster.
I have just one argument. Google should have a manual that gives an introduction to the company for new employees. In fact, Google should even have a manual for where that bathroom is, or where the fitness room is. As brianjustin3709 said, employees need to relax, and have freedom. A simple manual could tell the workers where the pool is. What he stated in his argument proved that manuals can help employees have freedom.
 Encyclopedia Britannica (http://www.britannica.com...)
 Merriam-Webster (http://www.merriam-webster.com...)
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