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16 days ago

Project Manager

Microsoft Reading, England +2 locations

Project Managers (known as PjM) are vital roles within Services tasked with taking ownership for delivery of one or more technology projects for our… Jobsite.co.uk


7 days ago

Managing Architect - Devices & mobility based solutions

Microsoft Reading, England

We wouldn't be technological leaders if we didn't invest in imagining new solutions. Yet our Architects are far more than innovative… Jobsite.co.uk


7 days ago

Consulting Team Manager

Microsoft Reading, England

The Consulting Team manager (known as Professional Development Manager) is an important role in Microsoft Services. The role is an integral part of… Jobsite.co.uk


7 days ago

Managing Architect - Cloud Productivity & Enterprise Social

Microsoft Reading, England

We wouldn't be technological leaders if we didn't invest in imagining new solutions. Yet our Architects are far… Jobsite.co.uk


1 day ago

Enterprise Architecture Manager - Public Sector – new

Microsoft Reading, England

Are you ready to seize an opportunity to work with established and innovative enterprises in a long-term relationship? Looking to work closely with… Microsoft


1 day ago

Consulting Project Manager – new

Microsoft Reading, England

ProjectManagers (known as PjM) are vital roles within Services tasked with taking ownership for delivery of one or more technology projects for our… Microsoft


30+ days ago

Solution Sales Professional - Dynamics CRM

Microsoft Reading, England

Theteamworks closely with other Microsoft customer-facing resources, including MicrosoftConsulting Services and Microsofts extensive network of… Microsoft


7 days ago

Engagement Manager - Public Sector

Microsoft Reading, England

Engagements at Microsoft are projects that range from two weeks to two years, encompassing anything from enterprise consulting to infrastructure… Microsoft


1 day ago

Technical Evangelist – new

Microsoft Reading, England

The candidate would need to demonstrate deep technical knowledge and development experience specifically with the Microsoft Azure and Windows… Microsoft


4 days ago

Consulting Team Manager (Project Management, Development, Project Manager)

Microsoft Reading, England

The Consulting Team manager (known as Professional Development Manager) is an important role in Microsoft Services. The role is an integral part of… Glassdoor


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    Former Employee - Graduate Scheme Sales  in  Reading, England (UK)
    Former Employee - Graduate Scheme Sales in Reading, England (UK)

    I worked at Microsoft full-time for more than a year

    Pros

    -Free coffee
    -Fancy offices
    -off-site visits
    -work is so convoluted its easy to not do anything

    Cons

    The biggest problem with employees of Micfrosoft is that it is filled with people who admire Bill Gates and want their name branded with the company rather than doing something valuable. There is a lot of middle management which blocks people from progressing and the worst thing is the overt competitiveness to step on each other to rise to the next level. There is a lack of opportunities and the skills developed in the business roles you could teach a donkey. It is not real selling.

    I would advise those who are ambitious, intelligent and go-getters not to work for this company. For the graduates, there is not any well structured training (they lure you in with a trip to America) and there are consistent brick walls. The culture is strong and they make you believe it is the greatest place ever but it is not. in reality, the company is a shambles and is only successful off the back of the legacy Bill Gates helped to build at the prime of the company.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Progress your new interns and graduates rather than ignoring and stifling them. Put in place a proper leadership trainign scheme. HIRE MORE GOOD CANDIDATES AND STOP BEING DRIVEN BY QUOTAS.

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