Intel Corporation

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graphics software engineer

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Current Employee - Graphics Software Engineer  in  Santa Clara, CA
Current Employee - Graphics Software Engineer in Santa Clara, CA

Pros

software apps development and testing, lots of latest high end tech

Cons

your knowledge is always behind the developer, you have to do as what the developer do

Recommends
Neutral Outlook
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    IRISE intern in Visual and Parallel Computing

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    Current Employee - IRISE Intern  in  Folsom, CA
    Current Employee - IRISE Intern in Folsom, CA

    Pros

    Challenging, useful projects
    Free coffee and fruit
    Good intern culture
    Immediately integrated into team

    Cons

    Steep learning curve
    Inconsistent direction
    Occasionally have too much to do and then nothing at all

    Recommends
    Positive Outlook
    Approves of CEO
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    Great Place to Work!

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    Former Employee - Individual Contributor  in  Chandler, AZ
    Former Employee - Individual Contributor in Chandler, AZ

    Pros

    Intel does an excellent job of providing opportunities for employees to advance their careers, as well as participate in community events in cities where Intel is located worldwide. The time and energy Intel spends on its employees in making a meaningful career path achievable is second to none. The saying "You Own Your Career" is very true - you have the ability to make it what you want and go as far or as long as you want.

    Cons

    As Intel has grown over the years working effectively in the "big machine" has become more challenging. With any large company, bureaucracy is its own worst enemy and although Intel has acknowledged this the ability to react (real-time) to changing market conditions is hampering it's market position. To quote Steve Jobs, "Working with Intel is like working with a steam ship - not too flexible." Also, base pay is below market average. In recent years Intel has been attempting to reduce its average labor cost (ALC) but not promoting great people who really deserve it is a short sighted MO that, with accelerated turnover, will cost more in the long run. Total Compensation (T-Comp) has not kept up.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Look for ways to cut down on the big machine's noise, make straighter paths for people to get things done and pay market value to top performers.

    Recommends
    Neutral Outlook
    No opinion of CEO
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