- F5 Networks, Inc.12.Jan 2016
Overall compensation for your work
When I interviewed I was led to believe I would be primarily engaged in fixing bugs in the code and in some new development work. The reality was that all I was doing was porting patches from one release to another for customers. It was boring, I did not learn much new, I was insulted often by another employee I depended on for help, and after getting the worst review of my career, I left for a much more rewarding job in another company.
Suggestions for improvement
- Communication -- they need to communicate clearly to prospective employees about the nature of the work, and they need to be honest and timely about employee performance feedback instead of waiting for almost a year then dropping a bomb in a performance appraisal.