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Anonymous shared this review of Microsoft, United States on Dec 26th, 2020
"It can be an exceptional place to work, but be prepared for long hours and overfunctioning if you're in a support role. "
Anonymous shared this review of Microsoft, United States on Apr 15th, 2020
"Microsoft has been around since the 70s, and the intense, misogynist, numbers first people last culture will take time to change - I acknowledge that. I worked there for three years on an engineering advocacy team, developer relations, and what I observed from leadership across the board was privilege supporting privilege, backchannel politics and some serious game of thrones moves, and no bias to action when underrepresented folks spoke up and asked for help. The "in need of assistance" thread that went around last spring is a great summary of Microsoft's current culture for women (there are a few articles about it, if you look that up). I saw and experienced exactly that. The stability of a large company is a plus, the mediocrity that fails up is a minus. Overall, it is the only place I regret working at in my entire career and do not recommend it for women, people of color, non-binary folks."
"There's plurality, there's equal pay, but engineers rule the day. They use a 1990s model to compete in 2020 and it's so very broken. It's rare that anyone in product can rise into senior leadership in the product groups. If you're in product design, they run WAY too lean to make modern products people will love. So there a lot of missed opportunities and you have to be OK with that."
"Very supportive of diversity and inclusion in the workplace, amazing benefits, competitive compensation and strong women leaders throughout the org. "
Anonymous shared this review of Microsoft, United States on Feb 24th, 2020
"There is no time flexibility. I cannot imagine working there if I was a Mom."
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