Topics regarding layoffs at F5 Networks Inc.

Topics regarding layoffs at F5 Networks Inc.

Management is awful

Employees don't leave companies, employees mostly leave bad bosses. Almost all of my colleagues who left and whom any good company would try to retain, left precisely because of the manager. Why do all the good managers leave here quickly, while... —  read more 

Can we start hiring?

Nobody cares that the company is letting some of our most talented people walk away while not bothering to hire their replacements. I admit that it's hard to replace folks with that much experience and knowledge, but at this point getting anybody in... —  read more 

Stay away from F5

You are treated as nothing but a number. You are considered expendable no matter how hard you work. Depending on your manager, you could have zero work-life balance. Profits are always more important than people. The company might claim it cares... —  read more 

Sad but true

As long as children with no experience are promoted to management positions over people who have been here for years and hold masters degrees, F5 is going to continue to sink. I can't understand who might think this is a good idea, but all it does is... —  read more 

Incentives for remaining at F5

This might be a stupid question, but I'd like to know if F5 ever offers incentives for people to stay? I got an offer with better pay but to be completely honest, I don't think leaving F5 would be the best move for me right now. I hate to miss on the... —  read more 

Volterra acquisition

Any idea how this volterra will augment f5? Half a billion is a lot of money! 30% of my team has left in the last one year because of low TC. Management should look at taking care of existing employees before spending big bucks on dreamy... —  read more 

More pressure...

Under pressure from investor, F5 Networks walks a tightrope after spending $1.6B on acquisitions In April, amid the initial uncertainty of the pandemic, Locoh-Donou committed to not make any layoffs during the 2020 fiscal year, joining other... —  read more 

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Not good

It’s never good when Elliott Management is involved. History has shown that when they are involved, restructuring ALWAYS occurs followed with sizable layoffs. I hope I am wrong, but history doesn’t... —  read more 

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