How to hire more top talent at Microsoft

A new survey shows that many of the top Microsoft talent at the company have not been paid since the company took a $2 billion buyout in 2015. 

The study, published by LinkedIn, found that Microsoft hired more top human resources candidates in 2017 than the year before, with more than a third of the new hires going to senior roles. 

LinkedIn’s survey, conducted by hiring firm HRTech, showed that nearly 3,000 senior positions were filled in 2017, with nearly 3% of those being senior positions. 

While LinkedIn’s survey did not include senior roles, the HRTech survey found that there were a number of senior roles filled at the top of the human resources department in 2017. 

Microsoft said it hired more than 8,000 human resources and human resource candidates in the past year. 

But the company said it has already seen a steep decline in the number of top hires. 

In fact, LinkedIn said it expects the number to fall even further this year, as fewer top-level hires come to Microsoft. 

“We’re seeing a decline in top-tier talent,” said Mark Hurd, Microsoft’s senior vice president of HR and Human Resources.

“That’s a reflection of our culture and the way we think about hiring.” 

Microsoft’s hiring practices have been criticized before, and it has been one of the most vocal critics of President Donald Trump’s immigration policies. 

During a presidential press conference in March, Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella called Trump’s policies on immigration “disgusting,” and Trump said at the time that the company would not be hiring people who came from countries with low birthrates or high unemployment rates. 

However, Microsoft has since taken a number steps to try to change its hiring practices. 

Nadella said last year that Microsoft was going to hire people who “have the experience and the skills we need to be successful,” but he later said Microsoft would be hiring those who “are not going to go home and be unemployed and just be frustrated.” 

The hiring of more top executives in the last two years, as well as the hiring of more women in the company, has also helped to improve Microsoft’s hiring. 

A 2017 report from the Wall Street Journal showed that Microsoft had hired more women than men in its senior leadership roles since the early 2000s. 

Last year, the company hired a record number of women, with 1,400 of them being senior management positions.