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60 English questions out of 60

August 22, 2021

What is paid time off like at Analog Devices?

Pros

great benefit ; paid time off ; good culture ; work/life balance

Cons

many employees work for years, hard to get promote; don't provide a career advance plan for employees. always at the same level/department for years.

Advice to Management

please build a job rotation program for every job function like other big tech companies.

great benefit ; paid time off ; good culture ; work/life balance

August 22, 2021

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July 30, 2021

Does Analog Devices offer relocation assistance?

Pros

Employee and Customer Focused - nice balance of both Competitive benefits package Interactive and innovative culture - team oriented as well

Cons

No employee stock purchase plan

Competitive benefits package

July 30, 2021

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October 19, 2021

Does Analog Devices offer massages?

Pros

Health insurance Overtime available Shift allowance Competitive salary Canteen Tea and coffee station

Cons

Poor facilities available to relax in while on break.

Tea and coffee station

October 19, 2021

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January 22, 2021

Does Analog Devices offer dental insurance?

Pros

provide good coverage of insurance

Cons

The work environment can be stressful sometimes

provide good coverage of insurance

January 22, 2021

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April 25, 2022

Does Analog Devices have a pension plan?

Pros

Good Bonuses when business is going well, plenty of internal job opportunities with a variety of roles, global company with decent prospects for travel, loads of good people to work with, generally the culture is good and not too overworked.

Cons

You have to fight for every penny in every pay increase, in recent years they've bought 3 decent sized companies which is diluting the importance of the Limerick site and the culture of the company, a once family friendly and innovative company has just gone completely corporate now, slowly but surely all employee benefits are being eroded i.e. the pension plan went from defined benefit to defined contribution a few years ago, there was a service award scheme that sneakily almost got completely scrapped until the employees found out and fought back - it's been greatly reduced so instead of €500 shared for every 5 years of service you only get €200 for every 5 year milestone, the bonus scheme is based as a percentage of the profit that the employees have worked hard to generate yet it is constantly being revised as we do better as a company to give the employees less of a percentage, during covid when our financials looked better than usual our salary increase (which was already told to some people) was postponed from April until September, and just before the postponement was lifted a number of people were made redundant. Yearly redundancies are getting to be the norm especially since we bought more companies and yet these are not transparent at all - I have worked in other companies where redundancies were announced publicly yet in ADI you hear about them through whispers after they happen. Other benefits like company cars for managers and company phones for those who travel a lot are also being silently eradicated. To move up or get what you are worth there is just a sense that you have to leave the company and come back to move up, this ethos along with the reduced benefits for those who remain loyal to the company make it tough to see any long term future at ADI for graduates or lower level employees.

Advice to Management

Listen to your employees at each quarterly, don't just fob off the tough questions and try to answer them.

You have to fight for every penny in every pay increase, in recent years they've bought 3 decent sized companies which is diluting the importance of the Limerick site and the culture of the company, a once family friendly and innovative company has just gone completely corporate now, slowly but surely all employee benefits are being eroded i.e. the pension plan went from defined benefit to defined contribution a few years ago, there was a service award scheme that sneakily almost got completely scrapped until the employees found out and fought back

April 25, 2022

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Diversity and Inclusion
We are proud to share that Analog Devices has been named by Forbes and Statista as one of the World’s Top Female Friendly Companies 2021! We are one of 300 global companies to be recognized in this inaugural list. This distinction is based on independent research conducted among 85,000 women respondents in 40 countries. Scores are based on employee and public opinion, and leadership criteria at the board and executive levels. “This recognition reflects the importance ADI places on having a truly diverse and inclusive workplace,” said Marnie Seif, Chief People Officer. “I am proud of the company’s initiatives to advance women, as well as the employee-led efforts by the Women’s Leadership Network, who are helping pave the path forward.” Learn more about how we are driving impact within ADI and beyond: https://www.analog.com/en/company/corporate-social-responsibility.html
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