Temp (Former Employee), Reston, VA – July 29, 2014
Cons: temporary position
Answer Phones Set up meetings using Outlook Catering Hardest part of the job was getting used to the office environment. Coworkers were fun and friendly. I learned a lot about Microsoft and how they work.
SDET II/SENIOR SDET (Current Employee), Redmond, WA – November 13, 2014
Throughout my 10.3 Years of IT Career, I worked as Vendor at Microsoft for 6.1 years via Wipro Limited and 4.2 Years as Full Time Employee at Microsoft. I Love Microsoft and the People that I worked/working with.
World-Wide Retail Account Manager (Former Employee), Mountain View, CA – November 11, 2014
A pleasant place to work. Good people. Nice amenities. My division was eliminated and 170 people lost their jobs. I was 7 months pregnant. I LOVED my job and didn't want to leave. I was last person out of the door on the last day of employment.
Curriculum Strategist (Former Employee), redmond, wa – November 10, 2014
Microsoft is something like the wild West: there isn't much emphasis on training or planning. You need to figure things out and then sell people on your concept. This leads to a fair amount of political wrangling and inefficiency, but it can also be an opportunity for someone who combines drive and good ideas with a dose of luck.
The work loads are – more... typically not heavy. You rarely see people working after hours or on weekends. The people I've worked with have almost always been enjoyable and sharp. – less