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Microsoft Corp Reviews
What is it like working at Microsoft Corp?
"Healthy Work Environment."
Business Administrator in Redmond:
Pros: Management allows a lot of freedom I trust that you can do your job
Cons: Stressfulness during peak periods
"Microsoft datacenter technician."
Computer / Network Support Technician in Sterling:
Pros: Great benefits
Cons: Low pay compares to competitors
Program Manager, Engineering in New York:
Pros: Flexibility, benefits, collaboration with great coworkers, wonderful manager
"Always Learning and Challenging."
Cloud Solutions Architect in Dallas:
Pros: The people are great and all very smart, tons of opportunity to learn from a resource perspective as well as a business opportunity perspective. Good benefits as well.
Cons: There's a good amount of pressure to continually learn and train to keep up with the industry and my colleagues. Everyone is very intelligent - I have to try that much harder to stand out (for my own ego), but Microsoft has created a culture of "team-based" contribution incentive goals to help ease some of the individual competition.
"Mostly great, occasionally frustrating, occasionally stressful."
Customer Success Manager in Oviedo:
Pros: They definitely enable you to advance thru educational requirements, certifications etc. They pay substantial bonuses. Free Healthcare even for family members.
Cons: Their obsession with Diversity & Inclusion, it seems like that is their only concern sometimes. It's important but sometimes feels all consuming.
"Good culture and always improving."
Business Process / Management Consultant in Seattle:
Pros: People are smart and professional. I like that most people know their job well.
Cons: As a vendor you get substantially underpaid in comparison with FTEs. Also you don't get the perks they have but you work way harder.
"Good place to work."
Technical Program Manager (TPM) in Redmond:
Pros: Very organized, great focus on process, well resourced.
Cons: Not a lot of autonomy, frequent box-checking.