Software Engineer Staff (Full Stack Developer) (Current Employee) – Sunnyvale, CA – December 11, 2018
Working with multiple job sites, long days to coordinate. Good benefits and salary. Flex hours depend on manager. Some groups work from home, others have managers insisting they come for 8 hours to work and watch the clock.
Difficult place to work with limited to no opportunities to advance
Program Manager (Former Employee) – Sunnyvale, CA – December 30, 2018
Silo management leads to poor communication of departmental goals and objectives. Poor decisions cannot be challenged as employees will be reprimanded for not following instructions. Limited career growth, low to no annual raises and poor work/life balance impact morale and lead to turnover and dissatisfied employees
VP, Global Partner Programs & Marketing (Current Employee) – Sunnyvale, CA – November 2, 2018
Company offers good benefits and generally treats employees well. Mixed feelings about what is presented about the results of the company and what is presented to the market. Seems less that clear or al
Quality Data Analyst Intern (Former Employee) – Sunnyvale, CA – October 5, 2018
Management is good Lots of smart individuals around people are open to interactions and discussions weekly staff meetings typical day at work is moderate, neither too busy nor too lazy lots of good projects to work on
Systems Engineer - Southern Central Region (Former Employee) – Sunnyvale, CA – September 11, 2018
Most presales engineers are teleworkers which offers many benefits and flexibility. A typical day involves working with the sales team on current opportunities or identifying new ones. Other activity involves managing existing customer relationships. I’ve learned a lot not only in the evolving DC networking space, but also the campus and service provider space. Juniper is an engineering company and the culture reflects this. The most difficult aspect of working at Juniper is understanding the broad portfolio offerings around enterprise, security, and service providers. While this can sometimes be challenging, it was also very rewarding and challenged everyone to be the best.
It is a very company to work for and gain experience
Resident Network Engineer (Current Employee) – Washington, DC – September 3, 2018
you have all the resources to learn a lot of things but you are lacking time because there are always a lot of things at your plate. It is a good company to work for with great benefits but comes also with great responsibilities and expectations.
Good place to learn new technologies and lots of resources and good pay
decreasing bonus because of the sales and increase pressure
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!