Thread regarding Juniper Networks Inc. layoffs

How does attrition affect you?

I have more and more work to do. Colleagues leave, replacements come very slowly or not at all. If another colleague leaves, I will also be forced to look for a new job. Juniper obviously has no intention of doing anything to stop people from leaving, not even the best ones.

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@1knr+1eEQL1QK Bingo, you get it. After I left Juniper few years ago, I am now angry for wasting years of my life in Juniper. 400K offers for senior engineers are pretty easy to come by these days for good engineers.

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You're looking at the problem wrong. People are leaving because there is a war for technical talent right now and companies are throwing lots of lots of money at the problem (not Juniper). There's way too many job openings and a severe shortage or workers. Instead of complaining about how bad things are for the people who stay you should enjoy the massive pay bump opportunities like the people leaving. Once you land some offers, and recover from the shocking pay increase, you'll understand why people are leaving. Then you'll start getting angry for wasting so much time at Juniper and leaving so much money on the table.

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Post ID: @1knr+1eEQL1QK

It's happened in our group. We added 1 new hire last year to replace the half-dozen or so people who left through VERP and the two people who left on their own. I'm not even sure there is a req to replace the last person who left. If the work is not critical , then kick the work down the road. Guess what's going to be critical soon.

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