If you were in charge, what would you do to make Microsoft a better place to work?
Put less emphasis on relocating folks as a condition of employment. As a technology leader MSFT has the resources to create a workforce that doesn’t rely on location for most roles. For those who do live/work at HQ stop moving toward open offices and focus on private/semi-private workspaces that are surrounded by community spaces.
Is Sales Associate - Retail (Part-time) the same as Consumer Product Advisor? What are the differences and what is easier to get into?
To provide a customers better offer on product Advisor
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Does Microsoft allow Network Architects to work from home, if they are not near Redmond, and cannot move there, at the present time?
No Not a bad job just very technical and can take up to 6 months before you fully understand how to help customers. I would recommend to anyone who likes a challenge and like dealing with multiple situations
There are field based roles across the US and around the world, but the tolerance for remote employees working on what would otherwise be Redmond based roles is disappointingly low for a 'mobile first and cloud first' company. Unless you want to be in the field or within a few development groups located outside of Redmond, plan to be in the greater Seattle area.