There are a lot of blog posts about these pictures as a school bus in Japan, but I can’t quite seem to find any articles.The true is, the microsoft bus is apparently some kind of mobile office in China, not Japan, for Microsoft workers, and not a school bus at all.
If you live in one of the major cities of India, you’ll know that most office-goers have a tough time commuting between office and home. Either you get squeezed in public transport or the pain of driving through the traffic wants you to leave the car home and hop into a cab. But here is what Microsoft seems to have done for their employees in China. A special bus which ferries them.
Below are the advantaged of this bus.
-Computers in the bus ensure the employees get a head start and can finish off routine jobs to keep time for more important things when in office
-Traveling with the office colleagues, especially if you don’t interact with them helps form new work relationships and know what’s happening elsewhere in the workplace
-This way employees seek help from others, know about work opportunities across other departments
-And if you happen to work together on a project – the morning gives you a great way to finish you status meeting!
The blue letters on the side of the car clearly said “The People’s Republic of China.”