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About the company

  • CEO
    Satya Nadella
  • Founded
    1975
  • Company size
    more than 10,000
  • Revenue
    more than £10B (GBP)
  • Industry
    Information Technology
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Jobs

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Full Time Opportunities for Students and Recent Graduates - Graduate Customer Care Engineer - Belfast (UK)

Belfast

11 days ago

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Account Delivery Executive

Reading

11 days ago

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Partner Dev Manager

Reading

11 days ago

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Senior Design Researcher

London

9 days ago

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Cloud Solution Architect - Apps & Infrastructure

London

9 days ago

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Services Delivery Manager

Reading

15 days ago

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Senior Games Designer - Sea of Thieves

Atherstone

15 days ago

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Researcher: Graph Neural Networks and Deep Learning

Cambridge

15 days ago

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Researcher: Human Computer Interaction – Socially Intelligent Meetings

Cambridge

15 days ago

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Teams Technical Specialist

Reading

17 days ago

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Researcher: Deep Immunomics

Cambridge

15 days ago

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Full-time
Embedded Tester 1

Atherstone

18 days ago

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Business Program Manager

London

16 days ago

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Account Manager - Financial Services, Digital Advertising

London

15 days ago

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Principal Applied Scientist

London

15 days ago

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Data Strategy Architect

Reading

15 days ago

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Cloud Solution Architect

London

15 days ago

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Cloud Solution Architect (Security / Identity)

London

20 days ago

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Cloud Solution Architect

Reading

20 days ago

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Azure App Dev Specialist - PUBLIC SECTOR

Reading

20 days ago

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Salaries

Salary estimated from 96 employees, users, and past and present job advertisements on Indeed.

Management

Managing Director
£100,000 per year
Director of Finance
£70,000 per year
Business Manager
£70,000 per year

Sales

Technical Sales Manager
£40,000 per year
Technology Solutions Professional
£83,100 per year

Marketing

Marketing Intern
£17,000 per year
Public Relations Intern
£17,000 per year
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Rating overview

Rating is calculated based on 7.1K reviews and is evolving.

4.0020174.3820184.1020194.382020

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Reviews

Territory Sales Executive in Reading, Berkshire
on 14 August 2020
Inspiring and self fulfilling
During my time at Microsoft I worked under a number of managers, across various business units - every experience was positive, self fulfilling and a pleasure to be a part of. Progression and personal development was a continuous focus and the business was proactive at giving individuals an opportunity to strive for new opportunity and exposure
Team Member in Reading, Berkshire
on 2 November 2020
Bad management
Unfortunately, I had a terrible experience soon after all the excitement of joining a global company like Microsoft the excitement didn’t last very long!! I joined the Customer Success unit and I didn’t think I have ever worked for any company where the management team was so bad that people were constantly stressed, frustrated and upset not just with the management team but also with the culture around the unit!! People were treated terribly and differently depending on how long you was working for the company!! It is very unfortunate because I didn’t enjoy the company but avoid the customer success unit UK team!
Executive Assistant to the GM - (Business Applications) in Reading, Berkshire
on 15 July 2020
Great place to work
Microsoft has a very diverse work ethic at a fast pace. A very enjoyable place to work with strong employees dedicated to do their best. A great work life balance
Premier Field Engineer in Reading, Berkshire
on 14 July 2020
Beyond expectations
Great company work ethic, Very helpful and team orientated Really good work life balance Good management structure Plenty options to expand your technical portfolio
Consultant in London, Greater London
on 10 July 2020
Not for me..
Over the time i have worked at microsoft, it was an absolutely dream come true to be given the opportunity to work there. However, the dream came to an end as the shine wore off very quickly. Good Stuff:- Working with various teams is extremely fun. There is lots of great productivity and collaboration across the team and there is lots of learning that becomes available to you. Microsoft offers lots of opportunity for graduates and learning. Politics does not really affect you. Networking and relationship - there is really great work/life balance if you work hard. Building networks and relationships is really easy and everyone is made to feel welcome from the start regardless of job title and whether they are US, UK, Europe, Aus, NZ based. There are lots of people with talent and skills and that make it really interesting place to work. Advocate in Charity - If your interests gage into charity work this is an excellent workplace for you to join. There have been times where i get to spend 2 days paid doing charity work for schools, charities and other companies in not for profit. Bad Stuff:- Within 3 months of starting, it felt like i was a number in a team and driven to help microsoft in sales more than evangelise in the technology. Their was a huge emphasis on license management more than product and when discussing product it was to help drive sales of office 365 and add ons. Even though sales was not my thing. PiP (Personal Improvement Performance) - There is a huge emphasis on Personal Improvement Performance and learning is only 25% of it. Whilst being long hours, there are other objectives that your manager sets for you which appear superficial and not easily met. This is known to cause depression, stress, anxiety, sense of failure and health consequences. One guy had a heart attack because he couldn't meet the PiP objectives whilst others are known for depression and panick attacks. Whilst another was sacked for ineffective communication because english was not his first language. Your set objectives require constant feedback from your customers as evidence to save yourself from the brutality of being sacked at any stage of your employment. They are quarterly reviewed so this pressure is constant. If you don't get on with 1 person in other teams or you customer did not like your presentation, you can expect escalation and put on PiP because of it. Track every conversation (get everything in writing) and don't trust anyone if things go wrong. Emphasis on gaining qualifications and if the course is not completed because perhaps your customers take lots of time, you will be put on PiP. Management is useless - all they care about is sales. sales. sales. Its a numbers game. If you escalate issues to them, be careful and back up your issues with evidence. Some managers will appear nice and efficient and whilst others are useless. This is usually a facade. You will need strong assertion communication skills and keep points brief and to the point. Everything you can expect from an American firm.
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Interview is difficult
Process takes about a week

Interview questions

All of a technical nature, as a very technical position

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Interview was unstructured and informal.

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