Intern (Former Employee), Bangalore – November 5, 2013
Pros: salary, timings, fecilities.
Cons: poor training, senior-junior difference, diversity is diluted and india office sucks
I was an intern here worked for 9 months. Work was ok . ..intally they paid 26000rupee/ month. However Juniper networks india private limited the story is completely different....Bangalore office is full of Brahmins,Tamils. idiotic senior managers, who don't care about young intern turned contract employees. secondly no proper training....Being a post – more... graduate, I had work for accounting and operation job..When I started asking different profile, and told about senior torture they asked my resignation..wen I rejected they had me fired. Pathetic teams with poor knowledge over the process. Managers particularly AP and operations sucks. Senior manager for AP is the worst I ever come across. Kevin free advice...Don keep people for more than 3 years..kick them out..otherwise they start acting C.E.O himself/herself. Work pressure...1 has to work 3 folds..even then managers are not happy.
I still love the USA office atmosphere...but India it's spoiled bro.
Young new comers are treated as dust by seniors including managers and senior manager. (Ex: AP).........Girls are treated nicely. – less
Inside Regional Sales Manager, May 2011 - Present Manage Inside Sales team to drive networking equipment and related support revenues through Channel Partner model. Motivate and drive Channel Partners and inside sales teams to exceed quota achievement in coordination with field regional directors. Ensure revenue objectives and associated goals/metrics – more... are met on a monthly, quarterly and annual basis; execute gap plans as needed. Utilize activity data and performance metrics to evaluate and track success. Conduct regularly scheduled funnel reviews and employee evaluations; conduct Quarterly Business Reviews with inside, field and executive teams. – less
Focused TAC Engineer for Verizon Wireless and AT&T (Current Employee), Sunnyvale, CA – July 6, 2013
Pros: opportunities to learn and be at the cutting edge all the time.
Cons: work life balance suffers a little bit specially in customer support.
Depending on the current job requirement, the day can wary appreciably. I have been with Juniper for 7 years and I have found it to be very supportive to employees' career and intellectual growth. Typical day includes working on customer problems, analyzing the data and providing technical support, collaborating with multiple engineering departments – more... in an effort to find a solution for the customer. Life is faced-paced, high learning and full of intensity. When you get tired, there are plenty of opportunities to relax you and get you ready to get back to work. Foosball and Pool tables are easily accessible, break rooms are full of snacks and necessary items to fill your stomach. Building is pretty sleek and state of the art. All in all, it is fun to be here. – less
Marketing Intern (Current Employee), Bridgewater, New Jersey – June 26, 2013
Juniper Networks is very a very innovative and fun workplace. It gives you all the opportunities to learn and grow in your career. It is a very collaborative environment. Juniper will give you all the tools necessary to be successful at your job and provide you with enough opportunities to take the lead and show your leadership skills and rise and contribute – more... to the organization. – less