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Morale at Microsoft

Morale at Microsoft can be high or low depending on employee recognition for accomplishments, job security, career advancement opportunities and many other facets. The overall morale at Microsoft flourishes when individual employees receive well deserved recognition; and when asked if they do, 71% of Microsoft employees said ‘Yes’. On the other hand, morale at Microsoft can be gravely affected by a sense of security and the office vibe; many Microsoft employees describe their environment as positive, and feel secure enough about their job. Overall Microsoft's employees rate their happiness an A which can also give some insight into morale at Microsoft.

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How Well Does Microsoft Perform at Boosting Morale?

Here are some ways Microsoft boosts their employee morale: Let your employees know you care about them and their growth: 79% of employees say their manager seems to care about them and 77% receive frequent feedback. Hire people who’ll work well together: 85% of Microsoft employees look forward to interacting with their coworkers and they consider fun to be important to Microsoft's success. Cultivate a culture and environment that’ll boost their morale: 33% think the office vibe is engaging and 78% are excited to go to work every day.

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  • If you could make changes, how would you improve the culture at Microsoft?
    Less infighting, more collaboration. Less about promotion, more about delivering products. Less about review process, more about professional growth
    Answered 5 years ago
    remove the back stabbing culture of achievement. Promote team accomplishments vs singling out the same individuals for recognition. Spread the wealth and recognize all the good work being done.
    Answered 5 years ago
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