‘I Felt So Alone’: What Women At Microsoft Face, And Why Many Leave

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In spring 2016, Microsoft was ready to go public with some important data: The company said it had nearly eliminated the gender gap in pay among its employees.

Women made 99.8 cents for every dollar made by men in the same role.

The software giant marshaled a public-relations rollout for the triumphant news, including outreach to the media and an all-employee email.

But at 10:02 p.m. the night before the data was published, a human-resources employee wrote to Gwen Houston, the leader of the Microsoft diversity initiatives, with a warning.

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