Microsoft India laid off employee says challenging time for family

Microsoft India employee fires says challenging time for his family
The roles that have been impacted by the layoffs included the areas of the supply chain, Artificial Intelligence (AI), and the Internet of Things (IoT).

Recently, according to several reports Tech giant, Microsoft has announced a third round of layoffs.

The roles that are impacted in this round of layoffs are Supply Chain, Artificial Intelligence (AI), and the Internet of Things (IoT). The reports suggest that the company has shut down its AI-powered automation effort Project Bonsai and laid off the team.

Employees have been sharing their experiences with layoffs.

Recently Krishna P. Software Engineer at Microsoft India shared his experience through a LinkedIn post saying, “I wanted to take a moment to share some news with you all. I am impacted by a recent layoff at Microsoft, and it has been a challenging time for me and my family.”

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“As you can imagine, losing a job is never easy, and it has come with its own set of difficulties. However, I am doing my best to remain optimistic and hopeful for the future”, the post added.

The post further said, “I am a Full Stack Developer with experience working on both UI and backend. I have also worked on large-scale distributed systems, which has given me a comprehensive understanding of software development. I take pride in my ability to work collaboratively with cross-functional teams, deliver projects on time, and provide high-quality solutions.”

“I wanted to thank you all for your support and encouragement during this time. If anyone has any leads or opportunities, I would be grateful if you could reach out to me. I am open to new challenges and would love to explore any potential avenues that may be available”, the post added.

The post concluded, “Thank you for taking the time to read this message. I appreciate your support and hope to stay in touch with you all in the future.

Another Employee Sharing his experience

Hari S., a Principal Engineering Manager at Microsoft, who spent more than 11 years in the company in Washington, wrote in a LinkedIn post: “With a warm heart, must say goodbye to a great organization.”

“Having been with Microsoft for 11 years, it pretty much seemed like a family especially when you have seen you have worked together through various Supply Chain product launches, multiple releases, rationalization of architectures, a humungous number of integrations, and efforts to bring in efficiencies within engineering & business processes”, Hari S. added.


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