- Former Intern, less than 1 year★★★★★
Good Place Down the RoadJul 13, 2015 - Anonymous Intern in New York, NYRecommendCEO ApprovalBusiness Outlook
Great environment to lean a lot about Big Data Sales. Everyone was extremely nice and the atmosphere was nice and fun.
Most of the other employees there were pretty old. I did not have a good manager during my internship as she was very rude.
Other Employee Reviews
- Current Employee, more than 1 year★★★★★
Great BenefitsMar 24, 2023 - Program Manager in Wichita, KSRecommendCEO ApprovalBusiness Outlook
Great health benefits. And, great office benefits - food, drink, constantly coming up with fun ways to give-away prizes to encourage team building
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- Current Employee, more than 3 years★★★★★
Watch out!Mar 25, 2023 - Software Engineer in Boulder, CORecommendCEO ApprovalBusiness Outlook
A paycheck every couple of weeks. Based on your luck, you might actually work with a certain good folk.
I worked at NetApp for a few years and it was one of the worst work experiences I have ever had. The company's frequent layoffs and workforce reductions made it a place of constant instability and fear, where employees were more concerned about their own job security than working together to achieve shared goals. In such a toxic work environment, employees tended to backstab each other, spreading rumors and sabotaging each other's work to gain an edge in the constant competition for job security. This further eroded morale and made it almost impossible to build a sense of team spirit. The frequent layoffs also led to a lack of continuity and stability, with projects being started and then abruptly abandoned, or teams being restructured and reshuffled every few months. This made it difficult to get any meaningful work done, and employees were constantly worried about whether their jobs would still be there the next day. Overall, NetApp is a company that seems to prioritize short-term profits over the well-being and development of its employees. The constant layoffs and workforce reductions create a culture of fear and mistrust, where employees are more likely to backstab each other than collaborate to achieve shared goals. I would strongly caution anyone considering employment at NetApp to think twice and carefully evaluate the company's track record with layoffs before making a decisionContinue reading