GRC IT Compliance Lead (Former Employee) – Milpitas, CA – February 9, 2017
The culture is not practiced consistently through the company. There is flexibility for some but not for other departments. Little work life balance. Hundreds laid off and remaining have to pick up the extra work. No matching 401K No proper titles No opportunity for advancement or a career path
Account Manager (Current Employee) – Draper, UT – September 27, 2016
In any given day at FireEye I am working on maintaining business relationships. Reaching out and keeping regular contact with my accounts. I have learned to be a powerful negotiator through working closely with management and being coach-able. My co-workers are great to work with. The hardest part of the job is knowing that sometimes my quota at the end of the quarter is in someone else's hands, such as a business partner etc.
Asset Recovery Manager (Former Employee) – Milpitas, CA – August 18, 2016
I was only at FireEye for 8 months due to a major restructuring involving 400+ layoffs. During my time, I fit right in with my team and others groups. Management understood my life work balance and was able to take PTO with a days notice. You got unlimited sick and PTO per year, and they paid for most of my medical. Free catered lunch by Opah. Wish I could have stayed, I was able to learn asset recovery and add to my skills.
Free Lunches, unlimited PTO and sick time
Micro managed feeling at times. Cubes felt dated. Layoffs 8 months after I started.
Sr. Firewall/Network Engineer (Former Employee) – Milpitas, CA – August 15, 2016
The engineers are very dedicated and fun to work with. The management is another story! The older management has been pushed out and a set of new management team is implementing useless ideas and projects. You cannot believe what they tell you either.
SalesForce Developer/Administrator (Former Employee) – Detroit, MI – July 5, 2016
Had a great time working in Detroit,MI. Had a wonderful work atmosphere.
• Involved in all phases of Software Development Life Cycle (SDLC) starting from Requirements Gathering and Design. • Maintaining the Sandboxes (also includes Sandbox Refresh) required for Testing, deploying code to Production. • Involved in activities related to Saleforce.com setup, Configuration, customization, Administration, Development, Data Migration and deployment of application to force.com platform. • Worked on Visualforce Language to develop Visualforce pages, overriding buttons, links and tabs, custom components, templates, integrating email etc. • Implemented Validation Rules, Assignment Rules, Sharing Rules, and Escalation Rules according to the application requirements. • Agile Development Methodology was followed for the implementation. • Have been part of System Integration Testing, done in other Salesforce instance, once the developments done in the developer instance. • Created different types of Custom Reports for standard objects as well as custom objects to give complete details regarding Customer (Account) Orders, Renewal Forecasting, and Customer Balance Report with Multi-Currency support. • Customized the Dashboards to the track usage for productivity and performance of business centers and their sales teams. • Involved in creating and customizing Email template and configuring them to the email alert within the workflow rule for a standard/custom object. • Created Reports and Dashboards as per the customer requirements. • Worked on data migration from databasesmore... to SFDC using Data Loader.less
Senior SharePoint Developer (Former Employee) – San Diego, CA – May 31, 2016
My day to day work was very enjoyable tasks and internal clients were very enjoyable. Unfortunately the management was terrible and when issues were raised by other employees regarding unfair treatment the complaints were routed back to those doing the misdeeds by those in executive and VP roles. No investigations into misconduct occurred following reported events. The company also decided to route all new hires to outside countries releasing top performing US based employees and replacing them with very junior level resources. I personally was brought on to identify skill gaps and problems within the team I was hired to due to lack of delivery and a bad internal reputation. Many months went by before my own manager was available to discuss this topic with me. At that time I provided a list of easy wins the team could make and was told that the team was not prepared to make the changes without training for which there was no budget. At that point my manager began hiring resources into senior positions who were unable to perform basic expected tasks for entry level employees. A few months later I was let go as a team reduction for cost savings which only affected the top performing members of the team. None of the advice provided was implemented and this looks like it will be a perpetual problem for this company.
Remote Work, Flexible Hours, Fulfilling Work
Management, Executives, Badly Resourced Off Shore Teams
A perfect balance of Fun and Work, with a huge scope for improving techical skills
Jr. Salesforce Developer/Administrator (Current Employee) – Detroit, MI – December 28, 2015
The work culture with FireEye was really friendly, being my first job In USA ,was a bit nervous but the work atmosphere has been really good there. Got to learn a lot, which i dint knew. Each and every employee were really helpful when it comes to the programatical approach on a created user story.
Full-time content marketing consultant (Former Employee) – Milpitas, CA – December 9, 2015
To be sure, one of the hottest companies in the cybersecurity space, but overmatched management and a drunken sailor approach to spending makes this a top candidate to be acquired by a more mature company with well developed acquisition and integration skills.
IT Senior Director (Former Employee) – Milpitas, CA – August 21, 2015
FireEye Inc is a great place to work. It's fast paced and growing however, it's maintained a small company feel. The employees are friendly, hard working and dedicated. Executive management team would have quarterly all hands meetings to make sure everyone is aware of the company's overall goals and strategies.
Free lunches, great HR department, good health programs
with the fast paced environment caused back tracking of projects due to missing critical components, with fast growth comes growing pains
Senior Software Development Engineer (Current Employee) – Reston, VA – August 9, 2015
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