Intel Corporation

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Laid back place to work with good people

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Current Employee - Analyst  in  Santa Clara, CA
Current Employee - Analyst in Santa Clara, CA

I have been working at Intel Corporation

Pros

Laid back atmosphere and work flexibilty as far as time off and work from home. There is strong brand recognition and lots of opportunity to work in different roles if so desired, in different geographical locations.

Cons

Low relative compensation and somewhat silo-ed businesses. There are situations where one business does not know what is going on in the other businesses. Although Intel is an enormous multinational corporation, more efforts should be made to make businesses aware of each other's business processes and models. In the current environment there is a lot of confusion when different analysts from different businesses have to sit down at the same table to define a single uniform process to be adopted.

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Set up the compensation for talent.

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    Good company - but you have to sift through the garbage to find the hidden gems that make it worthwhile

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    Current Employee - Process Engineer  in  Chandler, AZ
    Current Employee - Process Engineer in Chandler, AZ

    I have been working at Intel Corporation

    Pros

    Intel does provide more than fair compensation. They have a focal process that is at least designed to be fair, but a lot of things have recently been removed that I believe made the process more transparent. They claim it was for expediancy reasons, but who knows...

    Cons

    Lots of bueracracy. Work is very slow unless its becomes a priority to management. Unfortunately, Intel has a very weak hiring process, and a lot of bad apples get in. 20% of the workforce does 80% of the work.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    To answer this question, I am defining senior management as factory/department managers, but not executives. My opinion is that although there are a few really excellent managers, most of the managers at Intel don't have what is needed to truly be great in their role. And some are downright awful. One of Intel's most significant liabilities are their mid-level managers.

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    'Great Place to Work' for the most part.

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    Current Employee - Senior Design Engineer  in  Hillsboro, OR
    Current Employee - Senior Design Engineer in Hillsboro, OR

    I have been working at Intel Corporation

    Pros

    Intel is a highly respected company. Intel is a stable company for the most part so job security is fairly good. Intel works on some of the most cutting edge technologies which is exciting. Intel provides excellent work opportunties as well as promoting extended educaiton opportunities.

    Cons

    Intel is a big company which can make you feel disconnected or 'replaceble' at times. This can also lead to inefficiencies.

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    Always keep in mind that it is the employees that make the wheels turn. Happy employees creates continued success.

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