Topics regarding layoffs at Juniper Networks Inc.

Topics regarding layoffs at Juniper Networks Inc.

Managing recession

I started working here only after the last recession ended so for those who have been with this company a little longer, I would like to hear how Juniper managed through 2008? Everyone is already speculating that rough economic waters will be the... —  read more 

Where the cash being spent

Total cash, cash equivalents, and investments as of June 30, 2022 were $1,285.6 million, compared to $1,815.4 million as of June 30, 2021, and $1,668.9 million as of March 31, 2022. Why the decrease in cash? Stock is moving down

Layoffs are coming

The recession is just around the corner and when it hits full force, many of us will end up having to look for new jobs. I'm not trying to scare people. I'm just warning everybody that now's the time to start saving just in case. Even if nothing... —  read more 

Toxic Managers....

For how long this organization will let these toxic managers run the show without any sense of accountability and letting them run their own fiefdom. More so when they have adversely impacted careers of engineers for decades and this organization... —  read more 


They are desperately trying not to tarnish Juniper's reputation. The layoffs are almost shrouded in mystery and little is heard of them in the media as Juniper makes sure they are minor (albeit frequent). And yet, despite that, I haven’t heard... —  read more 

"Do as I tell!"

"Do as I tell you!" approach frustrates me the most in this company. Okay, I’m not saying we should disobey the manager, but in no company I’ve worked for so far have I come across such a rigid attitude that employees shouldn’t have any opinion... —  read more 

I hope that's it

Given how unsuccessful Juniper has proven itself with backfilling positions, I hope none of my colleagues will leave any time soon. I don't know if the reason is that all those who were determined to leave have already left, but it seems to me that... —  read more 

Record Orders !!

I keep seeing this all over LinkedIn, record quarter for orders. This is clearly untrue, 10 years ago Juniper revenue was 20% higher than today. Self delusion and hope, the usual strategy here

Yes-man culture

To be fair, most companies have such a culture, but here it's been raised to a higher level. Yes-man and yes-woman everywhere! Now someone might ask why it bothers me so much? It bothers me because such an environment demotivates me to work. On... —  read more 

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