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I have been working at Forescout Technologies full-time (Less than a year)
Great pay and benefits. Anyone who says the benefits are lacking hasn't worked for a crappy company that doesn't invest in their employees. They're just bitter about going from 93% to 90% cost coverage! Welcome to reality and it could be WAY worse.
401k Matching - a must have!
Executive leadership is truly interested in doing the right things for the company and the employees - internal promotions, diversity, compensation leveling, opportunity for growth, work/Life balance.
Best in class technology - tired and true. No "start-up" risk of failure.
Smart, talented, driven co-workers.
The "great resignation" has hit Forescout hard as it has many technology companies. Some teams are too lean right now which creates a lot of work for the individuals on teams hit hardest.
Some of the more tenured employees can't let go of the "good old days" and transform with the company. Lots of bitterness and resentment. It's a different company with different leadership and a different vision then it was 5 years ago. There's no going back now. People need to make a decision to commit to being successful or leave.
Advice to Management
Continue to hire new talent to help shape the future of the company. Build your teams up in advance of the resignations that you know are coming to keep the work life balance for your hard-working employees. Get rid of any drag.
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I applied through a recruiter. The process took 1+ week. I interviewed at Forescout Technologies (Dallas, TX) in November 2019.
Recruiter reached out to me. Did interviews with several folks via calls and Webex. Was told technical background (As deep as they wanted, but didn't match what they were looking for) was not so important. Wound up being told I was interviewing to support a product from a company they recently acquired, and suddenly I needed advanced networking knowledge (I have more of a virtualization background). Didn't do so well, the interviewer was nice but basically cut off the call about 2/3 of the way through, and the recruiter cut off communication when I asked what was happening.