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Sr Principal Program Manager

Broadcom Andover, MA

The industry s most respected fabless communications semiconductor, software and systems innovator, Broadcom, is looking for the world s best and… Ivy Exec

10 days ago

Senior Principal Program Manager

Broadcom Andover, MA

for this role are as follows:Key Internal Program Management Own and drive programs from concept to production Develop program schedule, track key… Ivy Exec

17 days ago

Principal Program Manager

Broadcom Bangalore, NA +3 locations

Customer Program Management Manage key customer programs; serve as primary interface between internal teams and the customers to resolve both… Ivy Exec

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    Former Employee - Administrative in Irvine, CA
    Former Employee - Administrative in Irvine, CA

    I worked at Broadcom


    Your job can be as much or as little as you want it to be. Be in control of your own destiny. ESPP and benefits are phenomenal in comparison to other companies. Some supervisors are better than others but if you try hard enough you will always find someone that is willing to listen and be your advocate if needed. Great perks like family day, gyms and cafe's.


    Sometimes for the higher engineers the work/life balance is not that great. I watched many people cancel preplanned/paid vacations because of a glitch and they needed to stay and it was expected. Be more proactive in determining the outcomes and possible problems that could come up so you can plan ahead.

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    Get rid of the "boys club" the employees all know and don't respect them.

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