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30+ days ago

Program Manager II - Skype

Microsoft Corporation Redmond, WA

The Skype chat service powers all instant messaging, presence, and group functionality for Skypes suite of apps, and were looking for a strong…

30+ days ago

Program Manager II

Microsoft Corporation Redmond, WA +2 locations

We are looking for a Program Manager to help us build the next generation Mobile Enterprise App Platform for employee and consumer facing apps. This…

30+ days ago

Program Manager II - DX

Microsoft Corporation Redmond, WA

Creating a world in which Microsofts device and services platforms are leveraged by 3rd parties to create must-have consumer experiences is critical…

20 days ago

Program Manager II - Microsoft Studios

Microsoft Corporation Redmond, WA

343 Industries Linear & Entertainment Ecosystem Team is looking for a Senior Technical Producer / Program Manager to join our ranks. We are the team…

30+ days ago

Security Program Manager II - Trustworthy Computing

Microsoft Corporation Redmond, WA

are split between communications triage and the management and delivery of security response projects. The security response projects require…

9 days ago

Senior Program Manager

Microsoft Redmond, WA +2 locations

We are seeking an experienced Senior Program Manager who has a proven track record through several product cycles. You will be responsible for… Ivy Exec

9 days ago

Hardware Program Manager, Senior

Microsoft Redmond, WA

As a senior program manager, you are responsible for leading a cross-functional team of Electrical, Mechanical, Firmware, Test, Operations, etc. from… Ivy Exec

9 days ago

Senior Business Program Manager

Microsoft Redmond, WA

WWLP is seeking an experienced Senior Business Program Manager capable of leading engagement across organizations to deliver new models and… Ivy Exec

30+ days ago

Product Marketing Manager, Senior - Xbox

Microsoft Corporation Redmond, WA

The Xbox Store teams charter is to offer consumers the gaming and entertainment content they most desire, where and when they want it. The Xbox Store…

30+ days ago

Product Marketing Manager, Senior - SQL Server Marketing Group

Microsoft Corporation Redmond, WA

The IT ecosystem is faced with balancing the proliferation of applications, globalization, increasingly powerful commodity hardware, demand for…

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    Good Pay, Good Co-workers, Talent everywhere

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    Current Employee - Director in Redmond, WA
    Current Employee - Director in Redmond, WA

    I have been working at Microsoft full-time (more than 10 years)


    Working with the brightest and hard working people
    50% of the company is sales, marketing, operations; so you don't have to be an engineer to work at Microsoft
    Lots of resources to get your job done
    Life on campus is excellent, including a health clinic
    Women are paid equally
    The pay is better than many others


    No talent management: Each group is an island. If your job is eliminated, HR doesn't look to see where in the company you might be able to find a similar job, they just say goodbye to you, and loose incredible talent, knowledge, and institutional knowledge. This should really bug stockholders that realize this churn is expensive. There is employee development, just no talent management.

    There is a bit of ageism. Not by factor of age, but by factor of tenure longevity. Supposedly there is a finance formula that creates targets of longevity, pay, grade, and other factors when a reduction is needed. In the recent job eliminations in 2014, this theme of more tenured, therefor older, employees are let go, and evident just looking at the people carrying out their boxes. It was just too obvious.

    Women seem to have much slower speed in advancement. Paid the same, but men move through the ranks quicker. It is easy to see, if 29% of the company is made up of women, then why aren't 29% of Midlevel to senior managers women? The company isn't a startup there are established people of both genders. The company has 50% sales, marketing, operations, these are not traditionally male centric roles.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Work to keep employees moving into available jobs, versus paying severance etc. Only depart the poor performance employees. It is bad on morale to loose great employees. I hate seeing great talent not moved to other places that the company could benefit from their knowledge.

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