- Microsoft conducts an annual survey to see how employees feel about topics like pay and leadership.
- Nearly 132,000 responded to the latest “MS Poll” survey, and Insider viewed the internal results.
- Topics like “inclusion” and “work group health” fared better than “performance” and “deal.”
Microsoft employees in an internal companywide poll gave overwhelmingly positive responses to questions about inclusion and so-called “work group health” – a broad topic that includes work-life balance, career development, and similar matters – but less so about whether they were getting a “good deal” by working there, according to results viewed by Insider.
Microsoft conducts the annual survey, called “MS Poll,” to find out how employees feel about topics such as leadership, work-life balance, and compensation. The company did not respond to a request to confirm or comment on the results.
Nearly 132,000 of 149,000 eligible employees responded to this year’s poll, making for nearly 88% turnout, according to an internal document. The company sorts questions into categories and shares what percentage of employees answered favorably (usually either “agree” or “strongly agree”) to the questions in the category, and shares with employees how their teams and organizations responded to each topic relative to the company overall.
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