Motivation has never been worse. I loved my profession roughly until I came to Juniper. Big mistake! Now I'm not sure if my job has become boring to me or if I'm so tired that I'd most rather give notice on Monday. I'm sick of this company.
It seems that at Juniper nowadays it is more important to be someone's friend or family instead of being professional and good employee. Terrible! Nepotism is on the rise and this has already become a big problem. Nepotism undermines this company... — read more
I only recently started looking for a new job more actively and got one offer which is pretty bad. I have heard from some former colleagues that they have accepted jobs that are generally lower paid. I haven’t heard from that many people that they... — read more
I have been with the company for almost a year and, to be frank, I’m not seeing all the complaints that are being posted here. I enjoy my work and it’s challenging. I get on well with my team and our work environment is not as toxic as some claim... — read more
I have a colleague who hesitated and was inert for a long time and then recently sent only five applications and got a new job. Now seems to be the best time to take advantage of the momentum and look for new opportunities. Do you think the situation... — read more
Can we anticipate something better? Dividend increase?
Just out of pure curiosity: why did you come here and how disappointed were you when it turned out that the company wasn’t what you actually thought it was? I came a few years ago when the situation was not even close to what it is now. I wanted... — read more
Back in 2018, I questioned RR about the strategy. RR mentioned that Juniper is just $5B in $50B market that includes routing, switching and security. He doesn't want to focus on other areas rather try to increase the market share in this markets. I... — read more
If Juniper CEO claims that is is the fastest growing company, then he is a big joker along with CDO Andy. I am from engineering who left 3 years back and I know many DEs/PEs/Sr Staff/Staff who left the company in a completer frustation. Along with... — read more
I am listening to FM yesterday and Juniper sponsored the event. They mentioned that Juniper is one of the fastest-growing companies in the Bay area. With stupid old people as managers and so much of talent attrition, I think this is the biggest joke... — read more
This man clearly doesn’t understand software engineering.
Maybe it's just my subjective opinion, but this company has long been avoided by young talents. Maybe Juniper thinks they're not even needed here? If that is not the reason, then perhaps leaders are incapable of making the company competitive in... — read more
Heard Juniper eyeing acquring versa networks or bitglass to compete against netskope, zscalar and cloudfare? Any news.
Is it happening?
I’m not someone who complains about hard work, I’ve always worked hard. However, lately I’ve been totally burned out. Whomever I talk to of colleagues, everyone is overwhelmed with work to the point that it becomes unbearable. Juniper simply... — read more
should he/ she be concerned? There are a lot of people who say that the job market is great at the moment, and on the other hand, there are a few people from Juniper that I personally know who have not been able to find a job for months. Where's... — read more
Can anyone throw some light on Juniper compensation 1) Average pay increase % 2) Bonus paid (Percentage of target) 3) RSUs paid Helps me in making a decision.
JTAC/CFTS: Many of you were just recently promoted. Does this resonate with you? 1 Exam Fraud. Exam fraud includes any action or attempt by an individual or group of individuals to influence the testing process through cheating, collusion... — read more
I came to juniper networks because I love computer architecture and wanted to learn about routers. This company seemed to be kept alive by lots of old knowledge that’s leaving or has long left the organization. It’s really sad. If it can still... — read more
It’s the saddest thing, when people from much better companies move to Juniper. What were they thinking? What information was their decision based on, what made them make such a mistake? It makes me wonder. Maybe they were given bad advice? Maybe... — read more
Doing a job just because of the paycheck in a company where you can't stomach most things is a sacrifice worth reconsidering. I may be wrong, but I think there are more and more people who don’t want to stay in this misery for the almighty... — read more
They keep expecting us to do more with less. To say I'm overworked would be an understatement of the decade. I don't know for how long do they plan to keep removing people while simultaneously increasing the workload for the rest of us, but... — read more
Conditions are bad. Motivation is zero. There is no hope that it will get better. It seems to me that there isn't anyone who likes working for this company. Or is there? I would like to know at least one person who likes to work at Juniper and... — read more
Literally just watched an unbelievably talented and extremely loyal American who has been screwed over more than her fair share get passed over for a promotion for the 5th time in 5 years. What the actual fu-k is it with this company and Americans?... — read more
Either I haven’t heard any new rumors, or there simply aren't any? That may be a good thing because they are always about something bad happening ahead. Admittedly, I don't know what could possibly happen to make things worse around here? We've... — read more
I’m just sitting here mad as he-l at Andy and my manager.
I keep watching as good people who devoted decades of their lives to this company get used up, mistreated, and then discarded like they never mattered - despite being the ones who made this place into what it is. This company and its management have... — read more
Why it went down? It can't sustain the $28 range for even 2 weeks.
A long-term career at Juniper is a thing of the past. While still here, you might as well use the time to learn as many new skills as you can. Use every resource available at the company and beyond (there are so many options these days - and many are... — read more
In companies that don't have a great future, the only thing that matters is whom you know. Juniper is not the only such company I have worked for, but this problem is definitely very big here. No one who is talented and is only interested in his job... — read more
People who believe they are safe make me laugh. This company is only about one thing: profit. They'll cut costs any way they can. And unless you are the lowest paid employee here, then they can find somebody who'll do your job for less. Whether that... — read more
Why is management such a joke in my BU? I’ve never experienced such pettiness, disorganization and don’t get me started on the politics in play. One manager seriously shouldn’t be in the position he is in. He does not handle things well under... — read more
Sure, I’m glad the company is surviving, but it’s not clear to me how long all of this is sustainable without some significant innovation? Worst of all, those at the top don’t see a lack of innovation as a problem at all. It is sad to work in this... — read more
How long will it take until all the bad promotions at Juniper catch up with the company? You can't continue to promote based on nepotism and a-s-kissing and not expect to see it reflected in the company's results. It might take a bit longer than I... — read more