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6 days ago

Program Manager

Microsoft Redmond, WA

We re looking for a program manager with the right mix of technical depth, Sharepoint knowledge, customer focus, and cross-org collaboration skills… Ivy Exec


30+ days ago

Senior Product Marketing Manager

Microsoft Redmond, WA +2 locations

Are you interested in helping ensure the geographic expansion of Microsoft Azure is well executed? Are you a self-starter who can manage large… Ivy Exec


9 days ago

Senior Product Manager

Microsoft Redmond, WA

include: Lead joint GTM plans to drive customer success and Microsoft goals for select strategic partnerships Closely work with the TPM counterpart… Ivy Exec


9 days ago

Account Technology Strategist

Microsoft Redmond, WA

We are looking for a smart, high energy technical leader to work with one of the major OEMs. As an Account Technology Strategist (ATS). The role will… Ivy Exec


12 days ago

Senior Program Manager

Microsoft Redmond, WA

Our organization is focused on our commerce and store investments. This business brings together all the great minds behind our on-line stores for… Experteer


26 days ago

Senior IT Service Engineer

Microsoft Redmond, WA

Do you have passion for customers? Are you energized by taking on big challenges that have major impacts on large organizations? If so we have the… Experteer


13 days ago

Program Manager 2

Microsoft Redmond, WA

Were looking for a program manager with the right mix of technical depth, Sharepoint knowledge, customer focus, and cross-org collaboration skills to… Experteer


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    Pros

    It's nice to be able to work from home, to have flexible hours, to be trusted to simply get your job done - all of that feels very good, and it smacks of the idea that respect is a two-way street. Compensation is attractive, benefits are great, and opportunities are always in front of you. The majority of employees are quite smart. Services on campus, ranging from shopping to meal options are awesome. Little perks abound. You often feel very lucky to be there. You can learn a LOT! You can 'feel' secure. You can feel and be recognized and honored by your team and others. For these reasons, I would recommend MSFT as an employer, but I would be very clear about the Cons.

    Cons

    Flex hours and the freedom to work from home is not doled out with parity - your manager can simply decide they don't care for that policy. Respect is NOT a two-way street, and you truly wonder how some people keep their jobs. Training can be non-existent, and sometimes you will feel that you have no support whatsoever. You can feel entirely overlooked and disregarded. While it was never my burden, I often saw with my own eyes managers that were thoughtless, vengeful, and textbook Machiavellian. Occasionally you have to do other peoples jobs because they literally appear brainless, cannot do it themselves, and you are dependent - and unfortunately, you have the answer. The company is very disingenuous, and like most major corporations, while you are entirely expected to sacrifice everything for them, they really don't care about 'you' at all. Don't be surprised at Senior Management decisions that deliver shock and awe (as in "they did WHAT?!?!")

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    You will never be able to say you are a 'people first' company again. Transparency has become opaque, and 'communications' are meaningless words, either ambiguous, or candy-coated. I was excited about Satye, but he's made some SHOCKING blunders. Morale is at an all time low. It doesn't feel like 'One Microsoft' anymore - you've taken that away. You should consider trying very hard to bring it back.

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