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16 days ago

Technical Graduate Trainee for Manufacturing Platform Validation (MPV)

Intel Corporation Malaysia

degree in Electrical/Electronic Engineering - Fresh Graduate encourage to… Intel Corporation

30+ days ago

Analog Circuit Design Engineer

Intel Corporation Bangalore

candidate should be a BE/ME in electrical/electronic engineering stream. The… Intel Corporation

30+ days ago

Product Development Engineer

Intel Viet Nam-Vietnam, Ho Chi Minh City +2 locations

in Electrical Engineering, Electronic Engineering, Compu… Intel

19 days ago

Chrome Validation Architect

Intel Corporation Bangalore

Engineering/ Computer Science/ Electronics/ Electrical Engineering. 2. 8-10… Intel Corporation

8 hrs ago

RET Support Engineer – new

Intel Corporation Hillsboro, OR

-Shows a strong commitment to quality and is very thorough, accurate, and pays close attention to detail in his/her work. -Must clearly and… Intel Corporation

8 hrs ago

Component Design Engineer – new

Intel Corporation Hillsboro, OR +4 locations

may include: the design of chip layout circuit design, circuit checking, device evaluation and characterization, documentation of specifications… Intel Corporation

30+ days ago

Software Technical Manager

Intel Corporation Bangalore

Electrical or Electronics Engineering - Technical management experience… Intel Corporation

27 days ago

Software Project Manager

Intel Shannon

degree in Electronic Engineering, Computer Science or other numerate discipline… Intel

1 day ago

Sr. RF Design Engineer – new

Intel Austin, TX

Designs, develops, modifies and evaluates complex analog and mixed signal electronic parts, components or integrated circuitry for analog and mixed… Intel

1 day ago

SPTD Materials Pathfinding Engineer – new

Intel Phoenix, AZ

Microelectronic Packaging Engineers provide project management, package design/development and sustaining support for integrated circuit or… Intel

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Intel Corporation CEO Brian M. Krzanich
Brian M. Krzanich
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  • Good place to work but compensation at lower levels is lacking

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    Former Employee - Senior Financial Analyst in Hillsboro, OR
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    Depending on the group you're in, you learn so much and get great experience. I was given a lot of responsibility off the bat and management really pushed those with high potential to do more and improve things at the company. The finance network and mentoring opportunities were very good. The company is also very stable and profitable--it seems difficult to lose your job if you are a good worker. Overall they respect their employees. The benefits were really great a couple years ago--they have worsened, but SPP is a great benefit and the retirement contribution is nice if you plan to stay for 5+ years. The people are wonderful overall, very smart, hard-working, and fun to be around. Management seriously cares about helping you develop. Overall, the people at the top are excellent at what they do and deserve to be there (with a few exceptions). Lots of innovation and practices that are at the forefront of the industry.


    Despite receiving very positive reviews and feedback from my manager and director, I had to CONSTANTLY fight for raises and salary improvements. I did get a promotion after only a year, but it was later than promised. I also had to fight to be paid the same as my peers. Too much bureaucracy and quotas when it comes to performance reviews. If the company has flat revenue, everyone will get very low raises that don't keep up with inflation. Their pay and flexibility to differentiate pay at the lower levels (sub-director) are very poor so they have difficulty retaining the best analysts. All the best people I knew left for other tech companies with much better pay. Bonuses were also poor while I was there, so good luck if you're there while the company is doing "poorly" (flat revenue). They have not increased pay for entry-level and senior analysts in >10 years, adjusted for inflation, despite huge increases in worker productivity. Stock grants and retirement contributions are only meaningful if you stay at Intel for 5+ years. A lot of people are "lifers" and plan to stay forever so it can be a bit insular. Also, Brian Krzanich punished lots of good employees when he eliminated work from home/WFH, simply because there were some workers who literally never came in--this was very unfair to employees and punished everyone for the mistakes of a few.

    Advice to Management

    Figure out how to retain young, high-potential employees--pay them more. Give managers/directors the power to give raises outside of Focal. Remove/reduce quotas during the Focal annual review process. Don't overreact by cutting benefits when financial performance wavers. Intel is still a hugely profitable company and this drives out your best employees. Don't require staying 5+ years to get retirement contributions vested or restricted stock grants paid out.

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