Current and former employees report that NetApp provides the following benefits. It may not be complete.
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‘There is not such a thing’
Private health, Pensions, Multiple benefits
NetApp have a wide variety of benefits that anyone would be happy to utilise.
Bonus, healthcare, culture and employee focus
Great benefit program including healthcare and gym discount.
Need some career advice from the tech community! I recently got a job offer from AWS as an Associate Account Executive. It's definitely a bump in overall pay, but possibly a decrease from a benefits standpoint. How is it like working in AWS Sales? What's the culture? Is there opportunity to grow? And would it be perceived as an upgrade on my resume to go from Intel to AWS? My end goal is to be in Seattle, but have really loved the Intel culture despite company challenges. What do y'all think?
Anyone got tips on staying motivated during the recruiting process? I’m trying to be resilient and optimistic after getting rejected from the prior interviews over the last several weeks/months. I’ve been finding it hard to put it in the hours to search and apply for role and so interview prep after a long day at work, especially with the holiday season in full swing. Would love to hear what has helped others stay positive
I had the weirdest thing happen to me. The CTO flew down to meet with me and discuss start date, OTE Salary, and even emailed me the benefits guide. He scheduled a meeting with the CEO and said “offer letter to follow.” Three hours before the meeting the CTO called me to tell me they were rescinding everything due to a business decision that they aren’t filling the Solutions Architect role. Does this happen? What should I think of it?
Anyone feel YOE (like 15+) on a resume is a detractor from getting offers at either big tech or late stage startups? I’ve been in this game for a while (mainly govt gigs) and am finding it difficult to break into “big tech.” I want to change lanes from govt to commercial but when I bring up compensation it always feels so contentious, and I really cannot understand why. (Senior level: base 180k, bonus 25k, profit 45k, 100% benefits paid). My experience is dynamic, I haven’t stagnated so to speak
Mitel Networks Corp.
Quit my job and it felt so good, my Manager was an extraordinarily nasty person! Wondering if I should give HR the real feedback at the exit interview or just pretend everything is okay and move on. Thoughts? Manager has no empathy, has a clique within the team and openly plays favourite within the team. Example with flexible holiday her favourites can take 30 days a year but others like me are not allowed above 15 days. Will it make a difference telling HR for the sake of others in the future?
My mother passed recently and I thought I'd take advantage of our supposedly unlimited PTO to grieve. My boss let me have a week, but he's been spamming me every day since to return, even though I feel the lowest I've felt in my life. Should I just quit my job if I have some savings?
Senior Growth Marketing Manager
I have stepped into December with total apathy towards work. Just came back from vacation so I don’t feel like I need to rest. Just no desire at all to do anything and I can’t find the motivation. I am also in the process of looking for other job opportunities but nothing seems to excite me. Has anyone ever felt the same way? Maybe it’s just a period that will pass on its own? Any advice will be appreciated🙏
Good salary, poor benefits
Good package all around. Provides dental, Bupa cover, volunteer time off, sick pay, and work from home benefits
Benefits are good, base salary is varied.
Pretty comprehensive, if not market leading. Flexible benefits would be a nice option. Additional holidays would also be appreciated.
Good base salaries, flexible, options proved very valuable (eventually)
pretty good package - no critical gaps