Splunk culture in Engineering org?

Tableau IronViz
Sep 19 10 Comments

Hey folks, can you please share some insights into the work culture of engineering org in San Jose/San Francisco offices?

Also, how are the benefits in CA? 401k, vacation time, sick time, holidays, commuter subsidy, healthcare premiums, parking subsidy in San Jose, remote work option, etc?

Please share.

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  • Splunk it’snotme
    Work life balance is good, flexible Remote work option, parking is free inside our own San Jose building. Politics is more extreme than other companies and culture is very competitive and can be toxic in many teams. Also be aware - there is mass exodus in progress right now in both sales and sales engineering including leadership. This is having a serious impact on the morale within the sales and engineering orgs
    Sep 19 7
    • Live Oak Bank
      Tsla83

      Live Oak Bank

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      McKinsey
      Tsla83more
      How's Tim orgs doing? Is his org part of the politics?
      Sep 20
    • Splunk it’snotme
      Tim’s .org is one of the worst at Splunk..... right behind sales org
      Sep 20
    • Splunk wkevate
      There is no remote option
      Sep 21
    • Live Oak Bank
      Tsla83

      Live Oak Bank

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      Tsla83more
      Yes, I heard Dawn Manley is both incompetent and rude
      Sep 22
    • Splunk / Eng Qradc
      Tim owns the entire product and engineering. Hard to say it is all the same across different orgs under Tim. I would say narrow down to a specific SD, there will be a more consistent measurement of toxicity across teams.
      Sep 22
  • Tableau IronViz
    OP
    Wow!! Didn’t know that. I thought it’s not as political. How toxic is the work culture? Can you please share some more details?
    Sep 19 1
    • Splunk BFAv25
      It really differs team by team. So I can only tell you about my experience. I really enjoy the work I do and the culture overall is great. If you like to take ownership and solve problems it’s a great place. If you like a well defined product roadmap and don’t like constant change, maybe not the best place.
      Sep 20