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2 days ago

UK Senior Finance Manager, P&L – new

Microsoft Reading, England

Investigo is currently recruiting on behalf of Microsoft in Reading for a UK Senior Finance Manager, P&L to join their Microsofts Sales, Marketing… Reed.co.uk


7 days ago

Senior Sales Manager - Corporate Accounts

Microsoft Reading, England

will include coaching the teams on all aspects of sales from territory planning to ensure effective customer conversations aligned to business needs… experteer.co.uk


7 days ago

Customer operations Manager

Microsoft Reading, England

• Delivers best logistics performance and customer satisfaction. Acts as a role model for Microsoft Values • Stabilizes and improves ex… experteer.co.uk


9 days ago

Licensing Solutions Provider (LSP) Sales Director

Microsoft Reading, England

3. Leverage and drive the Co-Selling model for CA to enable our managed… experteer.co.uk


9 days ago

Sr Account Executive - Power and Utilities

Microsoft Reading, England

You will have the opportunity to work in an exciting and dynamic environment engaging with our most import… experteer.co.uk


9 days ago

Account Executive SMSP

Microsoft Reading, England

The AccountExecutive-SMS&P (CAM) is the most senior accountexecutive role within SMS&P. The AE is the accountmanager for a portfolio of around… experteer.co.uk


20 hrs ago

Sales Excellence Planning Manager – new

Microsoft Reading, England

The Business Planning Manager plays a critical role within the UK Public Sector SalesExcellence team, responsible for identifying, planning and… experteer.co.uk


30+ days ago

Project Manager (Project Manager, Project Management, PM)

Microsoft Reading, England

Project Managers (Project Manager, Project Management, PM) (known as PjM) are vital roles within Services tasked with taking ownership for delivery… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Senior Consultant - Security, Identity & Access Management

Microsoft Reading, England

these projects are working with pre-release or recently released software & services, often delivering solutions of a type or scale that has no… Glassdoor


4 days ago

Senior Finance Manager

Microsoft Reading, England

Investigo is currently recruiting on behalf of Microsoft in Reading for a UK Senior Finance Manager, P&L to join their Microsofts Sales, Marketing… Glassdoor


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    The UK is just a side step

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    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee in Reading, England (UK)
    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee in Reading, England (UK)

    I have been working at Microsoft full-time (more than an year)

    Pros

    Good work life balance, great products, good perks and generous bonus, very good and approachable managers in the UK

    Cons

    If you are in a satellite location as the UK, the US team will unfortunately make decisions that are not being communicated to the UK team. A project you have been working on might just be transferred to the US without upper management in the US involving the UK team at all. There is hardly any appreciation for hard work or any rewards coming from the upper management in the US. This is a very demotivating. Achievements are hardly recognized. The only goal is to centralize everything in the US. The UK is just a side step that doesn't seem to be important enough. Very unfortunate!

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Relationships that were built between partners and Microsoft in EMEA should not be moved to the US. There is a time zone difference and therefore the relationships won't stay strong due to communication issues. Even though you would like certain centralization to take place, you need to have common sense and think about what is best for the business. To neglect people in satellite locations and to overrule them without even considering their opinions is very demotivating. A good manager listens and should at least leave room for compromises. Also, communication is the key. If there are going to be process changes this should be communicated to team members that are working on the project. To just transfer the work to the US without this being communicated to the individuals first is unprofessional.

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