Within six months, ordinary employees of Microsoft had a bad opinion about the corporate culture and the effectiveness of managers

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Summarize this content to 100 words Microsoft employees rated the company’s corporate culture and the effectiveness of its leaders lower than at the beginning of 2023, writes Business Insider, which obtained the results of an internal survey by Daily Signals.The share of employees who saw positive changes in Microsoft’s workplace culture fell from 62% to 40% between January and July of this year.Confidence in the effectiveness of the corporation’s managers was expressed by 59% of employees against 75% in January. The number of employees who believe Microsoft has a growth mindset fell from 84% to 76%.Less than half of employees said they would stay at Microsoft if offered a comparable position with similar pay and benefits at another company. The current indicator matches the results of June 2023 – 48%, but is significantly different from January – 68%.Microsoft staff morale is likely to have slumped amid mass layoffs, as well as reports that the company will not raise salaries for full-time employees this year and will cut its bonus and stock-based budget.Apparently, fiscal year 2023 will bring Microsoft a record revenue of $2.5 trillion. Last month, the CEO of the corporation, Satya Nadella, thanked the employees for their thorough work in the company. By 2030, Microsoft expects to increase revenue to $500 billion, according to internal company documents released as part of the Activision Blizzard takeover hearing.However, some employees reacted negatively to Nadella’s statement. One employee wrote that staff are being cut when the company and management are making record profits.

Within six months, ordinary employees of Microsoft had a bad opinion about the corporate culture and the effectiveness of managers

Microsoft employees rated the company’s corporate culture and the effectiveness of its leaders lower than at the beginning of 2023, writes Business Insider, which obtained the results of an internal survey by Daily Signals.

The share of employees who saw positive changes in Microsoft’s workplace culture fell from 62% to 40% between January and July of this year.

Confidence in the effectiveness of the corporation’s managers was expressed by 59% of employees against 75% in January. The number of employees who believe Microsoft has a growth mindset fell from 84% to 76%.

Less than half of employees said they would stay at Microsoft if offered a comparable position with similar pay and benefits at another company. The current indicator matches the results of June 2023 – 48%, but is significantly different from January – 68%.

Microsoft staff morale is likely to have slumped amid mass layoffs, as well as reports that the company will not raise salaries for full-time employees this year and will cut its bonus and stock-based budget.

Apparently, fiscal year 2023 will bring Microsoft a record revenue of $2.5 trillion. Last month, the CEO of the corporation, Satya Nadella, thanked the employees for their thorough work in the company. By 2030, Microsoft expects to increase revenue to $500 billion, according to internal company documents released as part of the Activision Blizzard takeover hearing.

However, some employees reacted negatively to Nadella’s statement. One employee wrote that staff are being cut when the company and management are making record profits.

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