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Juniper Networks, Inc. is an American multinational corporation headquartered in Sunnyvale, California. The company develops and markets networking products, including routers, switches, network management software, network security products, and software-defined networking technology.

A former senior test engineer mentioned, "Juniper has no leadership, too many politics. The upper management keeps changing. Usually, when there is laid-off, non-Indians got affected first."


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Senior Test Engineer (Former Employee) says

"the company has no leadership, too many politics. the upper management keeps changing. Usually, when there is laid-off, non-indians got affected first."

Onsite system support engineer (Current Employee) says

"Excellent workplace to work Great work life balance and good values to employees you get to learn more and most of the times there are a lot of exciting opportunities. Relaxed work culture and a lot of employee friendly initiatives are undertaken on a regular basis."

Engineer designer (Current Employee) says

"good working placegood managementgood learning environment"

Senior Director of Finance (Former Employee) says

"Dysfunctional environment. Senior Management lacking standards and professionalism. Organizational planning and design was subject to constant change."

Service Manager (Former Employee) says

"The hiring process mentioned having a mentor and a transfer of info from the project manager. Nothing could be further from the truth ... you are brought in, thrown to the sharks and reprimanded when going to your manager with concerns.people are territorial and unwilling to share info"


"Little opportunity for growth. Fragmented organization with very little structure. No consideration of work life balance although talked about often."

Senior Territory Account Manager (Former Employee) says

"Most of the products delivered regarding feature functionality, the management was constantly in flux (from the CEO all the way down to my direct manager) and then when my manager left, they did a bad job of backfilling and all the sudden the job went from decent to terrible overnight. They didn't care when I brought it up to upper management and the team was in total disarray when I left."

Federal (Former Employee) says

"Management has no plan, focus or objectives. No growth in revenue in years and no real plan to grow. Lots of flowery words but no real plan. Look else where or you will be disappointed"

Manager (Former Employee) says

"Mid managers would walk on the backs of lower managers and employees. When you would try to bring it up to HR they would just turn the other way. Not a great company to climb in. Shaddy management.nonea lot"

Software Engineer - 4 QA (Former Employee) says

"Boring work place, Bad Managers who feel themselves as CEOs. Bad work culture and so much work pressure. only good thing is salary and benefits, bonus ......Salary, Bonus, BenefitsBad management, work pressure"

Service Manager (Former Employee) says

"Juniper had an exciting, fast paced corporate culture with many intelligent, passionate people. People were put in management positions who were technical but have no soft skills. As a result a lot of top talent was lost. The NOC's were also greatly understaffed leaving many engineers with 50-70 active cases to work. This was on some of the newest technology. Engineers told me it was impossible to meet SLA's because they couldn't follow up on open cases in a timely manner let alone work on hot issues."

SR Account Manager, Department of Justice (Current Employee) says

"Not female friendly at all. Women are being scrutinized existentially over male counterparts under new management. Prior to that I was thriving in job"

Software Staff Engineer (Former Employee) says

"Juniper is plagued by mediocre management with lack of management skills. The work culture is very isolated and employees don't feel they are part of the team culture."

Program Manager (Former Employee) says

"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 employeesGood BenefitsManagement, work/life balance"

ITAM (Former Employee) says

"CEO trying to transition company into a software only model and it isn't working. Juniper is now missing the rev numbers for 2 quarters in a row. Theres no reality based plan to move from being primarily a Networking HW company to being a Cloud SW company. Most folks are just worried about all the layoffs and not really focused on what the VP's or Execs are talking about. There's too many Upper Mgmt types that are all ego and no substance and its dragging down the employees who actually do the work.Benefits are good. Good co-workers and workgroups. Lots of parking.Constant re-org changes and layoffs due to bad forecasting and planning."

Maintenance Technician III (Former Employee) says

"Maintenance Tech, the day can vary from painting, to HVAC repairs, setting up for corporate meeting, changing filter on HVAC units, HVAC round, we have 6 building to maintain"

Software Engineer (Current Employee) says

"Unrealistic engineering schedules, invite shortcuts in features and quality. Software releases rely on cumbersome tools and compressed schedules that chronically fall behind."

Intern (Former Employee) says

"This company is huge and does not have the fun perks of many startups. Day to day life is a massive land of coffeecubicles"

Sr Product Line Manager (Current Employee) says

"Juniper is a good place to work. There are benefits that you can expect from working in a company with a secure and matured business. However, it has trouble growing beyond the matured router business. The leadership team has not been able to execute on new ideas. After close to a decade of venturing into new areas, Juniper is now back to where it started which is router. Also, it does not invest in talents particularly those outside of its hub in Sunnyvale, CA.BenefitsCareer path"

Manager (Current Employee) says

"It has been sad to observe that over the past few years the culture at Juniper has become hostile in nature. There are a number of new management who's arrogance and lack of insight display aggressive and hostile behaviour. If are about to accept an offer be sure to have a qualified legal representative review your offer letter.Great peopleHostile management"

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