Senior Network Support Engineer (APM/LTM) (Former Employee) – Seattle, WA – 16 May 2019
The customer is Job#1. Training is required, and the training programs have progressed geometrically from non-existent several years prior, to professional certification level. To do the specific jobs, certifications were implemented as requirements. This is to benefit the customer of course with more knowledge of issue resolution for the customer by setting knowledge standards.
Free drinks, colaberation is encouraged.
Study time was set in place, but customer calls of course took priority, virtually eliminated that.
NSE 2 (Former Employee) – Lowell, MA – 6 July 2019
As I said, the integrity of this company was next to zero. No loyalty. They tried their hardest to make sure you didn’t get your quarterly bonus. It seemed like they were always looking for ways to trip you up
Sr. Systems Analyst (Current Employee) – Seattle, WA – 18 June 2019
f5 is working on too many initiatives without clear priorities. They do not focus on continuous improvement, employee development or work/life balance. If you raise concerns, you will be told to either get on board or get off the train.