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Great company with huge management. Top heavy.

Analog Design Engineer, Senior (Former Employee) San Diego, CA

ProsGood compensation, a lot of resources. A lot of possible training. A lot of smart people if you go to right group

Consbig, undecisive and complicated management. Too many changes. Management changes decision before the plan get fully executed. This is a big waste of money. They need to think carefully what they want before proceeding.

Advice to Senior ManagementGo back to basic and shortened the chain of order. Management need to held accountable for decision made. Make careful and firm decisions.
Excel in what you know best, which is CPU and manufacturing. Carefully manage projects and funding.
Trim chain of order. Make management smaller. Too many chiefs is not good

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    Manufacturing Technician (Current Employee) Portland, OR

    I have been working at Intel Corporation


    Pros: Good benefits if you work hard. Intel tried very hard to maintain the number of employees during downcycles so that people do not lose… Cons: Can be difficult to get an engineering job if you are a technician, Intel seems reluctant to hire… Advice to Senior Management: Look internally for people that have worked hard for their degree while working hard for the company. They… Yes, I would recommend this company to a friend More
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    Intel jumped the shark.

    Director (Current Employee)

    I have been working at Intel Corporation


    Pros: Good work/life balance. You don't have to work 80 hours/week. There are almost always clear,… Cons: Dinosaur economics. Chip manufacturing used to be a growth industry, and it isn't anymore. So, there is little opportunity for career advancement unless… Advice to Senior Management: Recognize the competition for talent is not the chip company down the street… No, I would not recommend this company to a friend More
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