Microsoft looks to change attitudes to IT working in IT

There are many alternative roles in the IT sector and Microsoft wants everyone to be aware of them, writes Emmet Ryan.

Emmet Ryan

Technology Correspondent @emmetjryan
16th March, 2014
Hector O'hEochagain; Cathriona Hallahan managing director, Microsoft Ireland, and Mr Motivator were at a one-day celebration for all 1,200 Microsoft employees in Ireland.

Microsoft is trying to use how its own staff views roles in IT to change attitudes in Ireland to working in the sector.

The IT giant staged an event in Dublin last week where 1,200 of the company's staff in Ireland were encouraged to look for alternative opportunities within the business.

''A lot of the message was about how the organisation is transforming and what opportunities are there that people wouldn't be aware of, Cathriona Hallahan,...

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