Employees name the best and worst things about working for Microsoft under Satya Nadella
On the other hand, he has also changed Microsoft's culture. Gone are the combative rivalries, the dreaded employee stack review system, and the obsessive focus on Windows.
Nadella's Microsoft, which shocked the world this month by buying LinkedIn for $26.2 billion, has regained a lot of buzz. And for the most part, employees are loving the new Microsoft. Nadella has a 93% approval rating on the job-hunting site Glassdoor.
Based on comments on Glassdoor, Quora, and other sources, here are the best and worst things about working at Microsoft:
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