Many lawsuits for harassment, retaliation, and wrongful termination by employees have gone to arbitration and their legal rights taken away. Offer letters state in the event of employee disputes with the company it needs to go into private mandatory... — read more
Topics regarding layoffs at Splunk Inc.
Based on Glassdoor review below by a current Splunk HR Generalist in San Francisco, CA. https://www.glassdoor.com/Reviews/Employee-Review-Splunk-RVW27231492.htm "Company is literally corrupt at the HR and Executive level, I saw my leadership coverup... — read more
I'm guessing more layoffs at Splunk are a foregone conclusion by now, everybody should know this. I'm more worried about how bad it'll get - how many people will be affected. If anybody has any concrete info, any details on what's coming, please be... — read more
It seems like the management was and am asleep at the wheel and are unaccountable to their shareholders as a publicly traded company. The board of directors are not doing squat either perhaps it's best to sell the company off to an organization with... — read more
Market value sunk $3 billion from $20 to $17 billion after latest earnings call shows liquid cash flows are down due to increase in spending. Outcome is layoffs by reducing costs to free up liquid cash flow so to pump up the stock price. Likely to be... — read more
I'm wondering, does anybody here see a way in which Splunk could correct course and start improving instead of continuing on the path we are on right now that is anything but successful? Or is it too late already? I'm personally leaning towards the... — read more
HR in any company is to protect the company from lawsuits regarding employee and managerial misconduct. Since managerial staff are proxies of the company HR will sweep issues under the rug not because managers or other employees are angels but they... — read more
The goal of any HR function is to protect the interests of a company from liability and lawsuits. Since managers are proxies for the company they protect them first not because they don't know they are doing misconduct but to protect the company from... — read more
I think its imperative that companies that choose to migrate to the cloud understand how to build cloud-first applications and have extensive hosted services experience in a B2B model. @Splunk they don't have top notch talent so they can't be... — read more
Rumor is the splunk cloud service may be shutdown in the coming year due to lack of scalability and poor support for their single tenant cloud platform. After investing 6 years and tens of millions of dollars to get it up and wonky the outlook is not... — read more
I'm hearing all sorts of true nasty things and it's all bad. Apparently splunk HR monitors all glassdoor reviews and pays Glassdoor so it can delete negative reviews violating glassdoor's own user policies. I hope they go to prison. — read more
While the competition iiis eating their breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Gluttons. https://www.reuters.com/finance/stocks/insider-trading/SPLK.O?symbol=&name=&pn=1&sortDir=&sortBy — read more
https://www.businessinsider.com/alphabet-chronicle-backstory-splunk-2019-3 On Monday, Chronicle — a subsidiary of Google parent company Alphabet — announced Backstory, a cybersecurity product designed to help companies figure out how to protect... — read more
The reason why Splunk doesn't do massive layoffs is that they do terminations and firings daily as practice as a business. They purposely do layoffs of individuals on a daily and weekly basis to prevent them from vesting their Restricted Stock Units... — read more
This site is stupid.