"MSN (part of Microsoft) was a good company to work for at the time. The pay and benefits were great - free soda for everyone! But, MSN really lagged behind other portals at the time in terms of innovation. Great place to get some experience, but it's dangerous to get too comfortable and stay there for long. Long-term Microsoft employees are seen in the same light as college students who take 10 years to get a degree."
"Microsoft is great place to work with lots of great opportunities for career growth. Its a fast paced environment. Provided great benefits for employees and family."
"I've been working for Microsoft for a year now, and the work environment is very satisfactory. The people around me are very supportive."
"Working at Microsoft as a fresh graduate has been a great experience, but if you're not more of an introvert, Support Engineer is not for you."
"Great company. I can't complain."
"Working since 2013 as network implementation engineer."
"If you are in the software industry, you already know Microsoft. I worked there for six years. It's a good gig, with lots of smart people working there."
"It was a great experience. There are lots of experienced engineers to learn from."
"Microsoft is a great company. I enjoy working here and learn a lot every single day. I enjoy working with smart people here."
"I've worked in Microsoft for 1 year."
"Work at Microsoft over 12 years and it is a great company for career growth and excellent for family."
"Microsoft is a very political place to work, and is not as much about "getting stuff done" as I'd hoped."
"I worked at Microsoft for 3 years as a [Technical] Program Manager. In short, this is how I felt: PROS: Good benefits, good work-life balance, strong employees, and some good products to work on. CONS: Politics, high attrition in my team, lots of reorgs, very subjective review process."
"Good people, tech, food and time. You have little control as a vendor though."
"If you are looking for a contract position with Microsoft. I would suggest any other placement agency other then Volt/VMC. They tend to offer lower pay rates, and less benefits then the other agencies."
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