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I have been working at Analog Devices full-time (More than 8 years)RecommendsPositive OutlookNo opinion of CEORecommendsPositive OutlookNo opinion of CEO
Well-regarded company with good technology. The big leaders in technology come to ADI to ask them to work on stuff. Good work-life balance. Supervisors are largely understanding of personal issues. Relaxed environment but professional. You need to deliver on your work. No free rides.
To dispel previous comments from others: There is no "annual layoff". There is a two-week shutdown in last two weeks of calendar year but most days are holidays. Generally requires 2-3 days of vacation for that period. There is management entrenchment and advancement can be difficult beyond a certain level, depending upon situation. Below the senior level, you can advance rapidly. Salaries appear to be a bit low, annual merit increases are small. The upside in compensation is largely based upon the bonus plan, paid semi-annually. On the other hand, the bonus is good and the 401k match is too. Communication from management could be better. Some develpments are just not talked about openly. Capital spending is the first thing to be cut if there is even a hint of slower sales. Difficult to read the changes in wind direction on this ahead of time.
Advice to Management
Concentrate on a better career for senior-level and above.
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
- Accepted OfferPositive ExperienceDifficult Interview
I applied through college or university. The process took 4 weeks – interviewed at Analog Devices.
Got interview on campus and after one week got onsite interview. The process took eight hours because I was interviewed for three positions. Interviewers go straight to technical questions and they were quite difficult.
Analog Devices, Inc. (ADI) is fluent in both analog and digital. The company is a leading maker of analog (linear and mixed-signal) and digital integrated circuits (ICs), including digital signal processors (DSPs). Its linear ICs translate real-world phenomena such as pressure, temperature, and sound into digital signals. ADI's thousands of chip designs are used in industrial process controls, medical and scientific instruments, communications gear, computers, and consumer electronics devices. ADI's chips go into high-tech goods from more than 60,000 companies ...