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30+ days ago

Engineer, Principal - Software Applications

Broadcom San Diego, CA

This team will have the opportunity to work with customers and open source development communities to improve the performance of data center… Glassdoor

7 days ago

Sr. Security Systems Design Engineer*

Broadcom San Diego, CA

Technical position in security systems architecture team, responsible for executing on the definition and delivery of security system on a chip (SoC… Glassdoor

16 days ago

Mid-level RFIC Design Engineer *

Broadcom San Diego, CA

Broadcom’s radio team is responsible for the design of all WLAN radio transceivers. Products include Broadcom's AirForce™ product family offers the… Glassdoor

7 days ago

Intern - SW Development BT/NFC

Broadcom San Diego, CA

With a pure digital CMOS approach and excellent blocking performance, Broadcom's Bluetooth® chipsets and system solutions provide the technology to… Glassdoor

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Broadcom President & CEO Scott McGregor
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    Company's decision are based on stock price rather than proper evalauation

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    Former Employee - Director in San Diego, CA
    Former Employee - Director in San Diego, CA

    I worked at Broadcom full-time (more than 5 years)


    The company provides a good work life balance and good work environment for it's employees. Employees usually get a lot of freedom to implement their ideas and thoughts. Not too much workplace politics and engineers are usually busy with projects to work on


    Lacks good top leadership. Some decisions don't make sense like acquiring the LTE assets and then shutting down the unit within 9 months of it's acquisition. Seems like the unit was just bought to jack-up the stock price after it took a plunge.

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    Focus on value generation and don't change leadership very often the mistake made in MPG. Create a clear mission statement that the managers can share with their teams.

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