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I have been working at Palo Alto Networks full-time
Flexible hours, friendly environment, new buildings
401 K match only 1000 a year
I applied through a recruiter. I interviewed at Palo Alto Networks (Santa Clara, CA).
I did interview for Technical Marketing Engineer with 2 separate teams, in 2 separate times.
Initially I got approached by recruiter and had phone screenings with hiring manager and asked some behavioural and technical questions and then they asked for the on-site interview. Most of them went smoothly and well and I was able to answer most of the questions. After few days, instead of giving me the feedback, they told the team is not able to make their decision and want me to go and do research about their product from publicly available information and give them report. I spent a lot of time doing the research and study their competitors and provided the report and at the end, I didn't get the offer.
Second time, I was approached by one of the hiring managers and he was interested to interview with me and he had a good experience in the fist on-site interview. I went through all the processes and went to on-site interview. But the sad thing was that they never get back to me after the on-site interview. I did great in the on-site and I talked to 5 people.
This company is not respectful of the people's time and after that much of the time I spent with their interviews, they didn't bother to tell me any feedback. I contacted the recruiter and hiring manager many times and still no response.
overall: don't waste your time with them