Jul 14
DTech IT Support

Microsoft

Microsoft is a strong founded company throughout the years. The standards and procedures of the company are responsible for making the company work at all hand and be effective. One of the procedures that are said to be made every time a fiscal year began is the cutting of small number of jobs in the company.


This standard operating procedure seems to have taken place recently in the famous company. It is a reshuffling technique of the company to be able to manage the employees more and so employees should not worry themselves for the spreading rumor that this will be the start of the bountiful cuts that the company will have. Microsoft is not talking about the number of jobs that were cut by the company but what is certain is that the cut was said to be announced on the month of January 2010 and is considered the very first wide-spread one.
Though the cut was made, the company is still expecting to grow its family. There are also other aspects and sections for which the company hires other jobs. For the past six months, the company has been growing in number in different divisions of the company. This is why despite the cuts, Microsoft is still hoped to top the ranks in the industry.
But though the cut is considered small, some of the jobs that were left vacant were important positions such as that of the entertainment and devices executives. Another factor that they are focusing on is the negative feedback from Redmond that announces the cancellation of Kin phone.
What people are watching out is the announcement that Microsoft will be having later this year. The announcement will be composed of the number of the job cut and the earnings that the company had for the year.

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