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Which benefits does Microsoft provide?
Current and former employees report that Microsoft provides the following benefits. It may not be complete.
Employee Benefit Reviews
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- Vacation & Paid Time Off(243 comments)
‘Very flexible in terms of leave’
- Work From Home(121 comments)
‘Doing work from home still connected with all’
- Maternity & Paternity Leave(76 comments)
‘6 Months paid and 3 months unpaid’
The health and fitness benefit is very good
really good when considering working hours
Espp and fitness benefit is best
Health Insurance, Holidays, Work Life Balance and Learning Opportunities
What additional benefits and pay we can negotiate when joining location is in different city. As far I have requested only for joining bonus JB, can you help here please Accenture IBM Cognizant Tata Consultancy Infosys Walmart Amazon India RNTBCI EY Deloitte Dell Capgemini PwC Microsoft
Hello there, buddies! The Ultimate Kronos Group (UKG) has made me an offer. They have granted a raise of more than 100%, and the benefits appear to be excellent, but what about the work culture? Is it a good company to work? YOE - 9.5 Technology - Microsoft stack (Asp.net, C# etc.) Kronos Incorporated Kronos Ultimate Software
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Great fhj day night good
Best thing about Microsoft is the number of freebies that we get while being partof it.
Insurance, India Perks+, Cab facilities, Free food
Awesome free food everyday, Great fitness perk
Microsoft employees rate the benefits package 4.4 stars out of 5. The mean pay across all titles in 2015 was $137,000, Glassdoor found.
Nothing worst as such in benefits