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14 days ago

Internet of Things Product Marketing Manager

Intel Corporation Washington, DC

In this role, you will be the expert in all things "IoT" including the customers and buyers, how they buy and their buying criteria, and you will… Intel Corporation

1 day ago

Product Marketing Manager – new

Intel Corporation Hillsboro, OR

See for product info. The impacts you will make to the business will include: - Analyzing market… Intel Corporation

5 days ago

Growth Product Marketing Manager

Intel Corporation Santa Clara, CA

will include: -Draw upon a unique blend of business acumen and technological knowledge to understand market needs, develop business strategies and… Intel Corporation

26 days ago

Business Manageability Product Marketing Manager

Intel Corporation Hillsboro, OR

Intel's Business Client Platforms Division is tasked with delivering the platforms that make up a large portion of Intel's revenue and margin… Intel Corporation

26 days ago

Product Marketing Manager High End Phones & Tablets

Intel Santa Clara, CA

This is a position for applicants with at least 8-10 years experience. We are looking for a self-starter with a good understanding of the mobile… Intel

19 days ago

AMP Enterprise Product Manager

Intel Corporation Washington, DC

As the Product Manager for AMP Enterprise, you will be at the front and center of one of the core products that will be used to deploy IoT solutions… Intel Corporation

26 days ago

Senior Product Manager, API Gateways

Intel Corporation Washington, DC

Driving Productization and system integrator readiness for products, including addressing Enterprise product needs. Understand and drive key themes… Intel Corporation

20 days ago

Director of Product Management

Intel Corporation Washington, DC

Overall responsibility for P&L across product lines, with individual product managers owning their product P&L. Validate product direction by… Intel Corporation

15 days ago

Internet of Things (IoT) Innovation Manager

Intel Corporation Washington, DC

You will become an IoT innovation thought leader leveraging the Design Thinking process to create empathy for end user needs, leading ideation… Intel Corporation

6 days ago

Director, Product Management and Marketing

Intel Corporation Phoenix, AZ

The Director, Product Management and Marketing, Smart Homes and Buildings is chartered with developing the product and marketing strategy in support… Intel Corporation

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    Great Place to Work

    • Comp & Benefits
    • Work/Life Balance
    • Senior Management
    • Culture & Values
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    Current Employee - Field Sales
    Current Employee - Field Sales

    I have been working at Intel Corporation full-time for more than 10 years


    Solid total compensation and tremendous benefits. Only company I know of that still offers a sabbatical program for every employee. We had significant healthcare costs over the last year and never had to worry about more than the deductible. Low turnover is a reflection that they treat employees well. Work/life balance is great in sales, part of the benefit of having only a few thousand salespeople driving $60B in revenue.


    Low turnover also means few opportunities to move up and highly skilled people all competing for those positions. The culture has waned over the years, but the stated values of constructive confrontation, regular 1:1's with your manager, and assumed responsibility are as good as they come. The CEO actually looks at statistics on the frequency of employees badging in (versus working from home). T&E budgets have gotten ridiculously tight since he came into the role.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Re institute the old R&R where you get rid of the bottom 5%.

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