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Ich habe in Vollzeit bei F5 gearbeitet (mehr als ein Jahr)
F5 do offer a good benefits package but not any better than a lot of other companies.
Before I accepted the job at F5, I asked friends in the industry their thoughts and everyone advised they seemed like a really good company, this couldn't be more wrong from what I experienced there. The company is extremely segregated, departments don't integrate, even certain desks are like prison cells so you can't even talk to your colleagues. There was plenty of work to do as no processes are automated and god forbid you would suggest making a change.......you are met with a response of 'this is how we have done it for the last 10 years'.
The worst experience was the incompetent managers, most of the managers had clearly never managed a proper sales team and were clearly working from the 'Sales for Dummies' handbook, the other managers don't even bother to show face in the office. F5 say they offer modern flexible working, you almost feel like you need to beg to be able to work from home and be treated like an adult and if you are given permission, you still need to submit an official ticket for approval.
One thing that they neglect to tell you in the interview is that no holiday is approved for the last two weeks of every quarter, including the Xmas period, you have to been in the office on all days except bank holidays. All in all, for a company who is trying to move their technology to the present day, their working environment is stuck in the 90's.
Rat an das Management
Treat your staff like adults and don't be afraid to accept that maybe your staff know how to do the job better than you do.
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Ich habe mich online beworben. Der Vorgang dauerte 5 Wochen. Vorstellungsgespräch absolviert im November 2013 bei F5 (Chertsey, England (Vereinigtes Königreich)).
Initial interview went well. I had actually applied for a different role but the hiring manager proposed I look in to NSE as it matched better with my education background. Technical Interview went well, passed just above the bar and was invited for a face to face interview. I was confident that I would pass the final technical interview but it came as tough to me as they determined I actually lacked the hands on technical analysis requirement of the role. But they recommended that I apply for the role again as I have gained more experience since I had a good grasp on the theoretical aspects of the technology.
Fragen im Vorstellungsgespräch