Profession Services Security Engineer (Former Employee) – San Jose – June 18, 2018
Juniper - terminated me after 11 years , 2 days after I had come back from medical leave.
I enjoyed the people . The salary was good . When it comes to fine tuning the workforce, I consider what they did pretty immoral. At the very least with 11 years of experience they could have let me look around the company for another job.
At termination, I was disconnected from company website in 15 minutes time. My laptop, Juniper's laptop was remotely turned down within the day. With 11 years of service I was terminated within 3 days after coming back from a medical leave of 6 weeks.... Not very nice!
Director of Sales and Operations (Current Employee) – Sunnyvale, CA – May 31, 2018
The company has always been focused on this market and it remains to break the chain. The security market is the company continues to focus on to deploy software-based products which seem to be picking up tractions, after a 3 year period.
Juniper pays for performance. No work/life balance. 12-14 hour days very common. Management very hands off, run your business and you will make money. Great people, really smart. CEO is trying to move company in the right direction to grow. If they could get work/life balance correct, would be one of the best places to work.
Cable/MSO Senior Major Account Manager (Current Employee) – Atlanta, GA – May 1, 2018
Enjoyed working with the people and enabled myself to expand my career knowledge. Company needs to balance product knowledge transfer to regional personnel in providing appropriate product target market areas.
Senior Director (Former Employee) – Sunnyvale, CA – March 20, 2018
Juniper has a strong engineering culture and many smart engineers. Juniper has many informal meeting and beer bashes that help building a strong culture. There is also a strong focus on 1on1 meetings that helps getting the organization aligned.