Great Benefits, Difficult to Advance, Decent Managers Vary By Team
Anonymous (Former Employee) – Seattle, Wa – September 19, 2017
I liked working at F5 during the time i was employed there, however the manager makes the experience, and a lot of the hiring culture has to do with who you know and hiring groups are terrible when they bring on people with 1 to no experience in managing. Of course it's all situational, some teams have awesome managers, so make sure you vet out everything before you join a team.
Work-Life Balance and Benefits
Moving up opportunities, inexperienced managers/directors taking concerns from employees and never taking thoughtful action