Intel Corporation Employee Reviews about "big company"
Updated Nov 17, 2021
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I am a PhD (Korea) in nanotechnology and had several years of post doc experience in semiconductor technology (USA) prior to joining Intel this year. Although I learned a lot about semiconductor industry however, this industry is not something I would love to work. Therefore, thinking about joining consulting path as experience hire however, would like to know the package and working environment for semiconductor technology? It will be great if I can get some referrals in Boston Consulting Group BCG or McKinsey & Company
Penn State University
Hello, I am an MS in Electrical Engineering, and looking for a Process Engineer/ Manufacturing Process Engineer/ Process Sustaining Engineer in the semiconductor manufacturing industry. Can anyone help with referrals for the following companies? Samsung austin semiconductor, l.l.c. Onsemi Qorvo Analog Devices Intel Corporation Entegris Lam Research Applied Materials TSMC I would love to share my experience and skills as well. please comment or sent me DM thank you!
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Top Review Highlights by Sentiment
- "Sabbatical is a good benefit and can be used in 1 or 2 months increments." (in 2445 reviews)
- "Good work life balance if you know what is needed and inner circle of key folks." (in 2181 reviews)
- "There are many great people at Intel and everybody has the same goals most of the time." (in 1532 reviews)
- "1. Pay is good and not limited to monthly salary....additional perks are also there." (in 949 reviews)
- "Good salary and good all things" (in 734 reviews)
- "Poor management and lack of vision" (in 638 reviews)
- "If your manager is bad (which is most of the time) your life will be miserable." (in 562 reviews)
- "Frequent layoffs and reorgs demotivates teams spirit.Managers are biased." (in 302 reviews)
- "Long hours and no enough information given out for a site that is more than likely closing" (in 256 reviews)
- "Middle and upper management are in direct revolt against CEO and his plans." (in 157 reviews)
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- Former Employee, more than 8 years★★★★★
Intel - Land of OpportunityJul 20, 2021 - Product Manager in Phoenix, AZRecommendCEO ApprovalBusiness Outlook
Opportunities to develop new technologies and bring them to market with partners who trust the Intel brand.
Large company demands strength in leadership and technical skills with the ability to deliver with minimum support can be challenging.Continue reading
- Current Contractor, more than 5 years★★★★★
Platform Validation EngineerMay 18, 2023 - Platform Validation Engineer in Hillsboro, ORRecommendCEO ApprovalBusiness Outlook
Engaging Work Environment: The company fosters a dynamic and collaborative work environment that encourages knowledge sharing and innovation. As a Platform Validation Engineer, I had the opportunity to work with a talented and diverse team of professionals who were passionate about their work. The atmosphere was motivating, and I always felt supported and valued.
Since it's a huge company it's harder to grasp the whole project sometimes
- Current Employee, more than 1 year★★★★★
Company After a YearNov 20, 2012 - Senior Financial Analyst in Santa Clara, CARecommendCEO ApprovalBusiness Outlook
Strong financial performance and leadership from top Job security is good as the company continues to perform and have low volatility in employee turnover Rotation program provides way to broaden your skillset and experience, and learn different business units at Intel
Very hierarchical and process oriented (too much bureaucracy) Hours could be long, although the hours are flexible as long as work is completed on time Rotattion program adds to ramp time as you start a new in a new role every 1.5 to 2 years; this is both a pro and a con, depending on how you look at itContinue reading
- Current Intern, less than 1 year★★★★★
Undergrad Intern - 2 Month ReviewJun 13, 2019 - Process Engineer Intern in Ocotillo, Maricopa, AZRecommendCEO ApprovalBusiness Outlook
- Everyone that I have worked with is willing to help, whether they can do it themselves or they know someone that can - Company is very serious about their safety culture and will take any needs you have into consideration - Compensation was competitive with other internship positions - (Almost) guaranteed job when you graduate, transition into full-time position is relatively easy - Internship time counts toward sabbatical time - Health benefits, stock purchase program, relocation included in benefits
- Job satisfaction is deeply rooted to who you have as a manager - Lack of rotational engineering program - If you are not familiar with the semiconductor industry and don't ask to be in a certain module you will just be placed somewhere that may not align with your background strengths - Retirement account not included in benefits