Support Engineer, Microsoft GTSC India (Former Employee) – Bengaluru, Karnataka – September 19, 2017
Review acknowledge your surroundings, daily tasks including deliverables, approvals, and people. Jump in to see what next can we do by keeping the technological advancements in mind. Keep a tab of your organizations business goals.
Low innovation rate. Perfect for married people who want to settle into their lives with a comfortable workplace and salary. The company pampers you a lot. Very few times when I felt like I was doing something for the betterment of the people around me. Fewer politics than most Indian companies.
Technical Support Officer (Former Employee) – Delhi, India – September 13, 2017
I have learned the job culture throughout my work experience. The way we have to deal with our customers, Most enjoyable part is when we fix the customer's issue and they are satisfied about the service they received.
Projecct Manager (Former Employee) – Seatle – September 11, 2017
Pros 1. Opportunities to work in incubation projects are ample. People have lot of ideas and leadership is enthusiastic about them. 2. Your ideas are valued much. Doesn't matter if you are just an entree. 3. Campus is really cool. 4. Benefits are good. A lot of flexibility like WFH and sabbaticals are provided. 5. Your feedback is treated with lot of seriousness. Cons 1. Even if work culture is driven to be more inclusive, sometimes politics take over. But that is team dependent and giving feedback helps. 2. In comparison to Google and Amazon in India, compensation falls back
University Recruiter (Current Employee) – Hyderabad, Telangana – August 24, 2017
Good work good culture. a lot of challenging work is given . If an FTE awesome life but vendor payroll is sad. You wont get much opportunity. A lot of biases and you need n=butter your boss to get through.
Technical Advisor (Former Employee) – Bangalore – August 17, 2017
Microsoft is a great place to work if you find a suitable role for yourself. The management is evolving and you will feel at home.
You do have the freedom and independence to work as an individual depending on the team that you are a part of. I was quite lucky to have a good team with a good manager who appreciated and encouraged you to take additional responsibility and work independently.
One of the best places to work in India. Be it the quality of work or the work-life balance, benefits - everything is good.
The only problem I see is with the middle management in India - who seem to have taken this as their retirement job. Firstly, a lot of them are disconnected from technology and are only people managers; and bad at that too.