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Elena Bajic
2006

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1 star

Recommend to a friend

45%

Say this is a great place to work

52%

Proud to have on resume

72%

Employee - Manager / Senior Manager

Some managers play favourites. Equal opportunities need to be provided.

Employee - Analyst / Associate

Suggest changing the Senior leaders

Employee - Analyst / Associate

Culture that is based on individual execution and team fun.

Employee

If able to chang anything, I'd change employing experienced people rather than just graduates.

Employee - Manager / Senior Manager

It completely depends on the group you are in as to what experience you will have. Make sure you join in a growing division. Right now DCG is hot.

Employee - Manager / Senior Manager

It's a big company, so there are the normal meetings constantly, but they generally stay on time. There is an emphasis on time managment practices. Everyone has been very nice in the Data Center Group. I am in software and I can't speak for the hardware side, but you are expected to pull your weight but there isn't any emphasis on overtime and the group is very respectful of each other.

Employee - Manager / Senior Manager

When you get older, there is more likelihood to be fired. They will force you to retire if you reach retirement age.

Employee - Manager / Senior Manager

The company discriminates, firing older people to hire college students. Also is disrespectful. Most junior employees do not respect senior employees. Lack of integrity - code of conduct issue Mean & selfish people - people are competing each other due to performance. Employee told to be the biggest assets, however Intel laid off employees like a criminal (who will shoot if they are to be laid off)

Employee - Analyst / Associate

Intel should increase the diversity in the top ranks.

Employee - Analyst / Associate

Please make sure you have an advanced degree like PhD. This company does not reward people with anything less than PhD. I only had a Masters and I was hired two grade levels below a PhD. The HR structure promotes a PhD candidate.

Employee - Analyst / Associate

The culture was upside down. Most organizations are fat, dumb, and happy. For years Intel has been resting on its laurels.

Employee - Manager / Senior Manager

Intel needs faster information transmission from HQ (USA) to geos (like EMEA)

Employee - Manager / Senior Manager

Innovation is at the heart of the company

Employee - Manager / Senior Manager

There was too much individual interest here. Not enough focus on employee development.

Employee - Manager / Senior Manager

Work environment and work ethics need adjustments.

Employee - Manager / Senior Manager

Best advice for new hires, know how to talk and keep talking without knowing the real substance or fact as long as it is pleasing to the ears of management.

Employee - Manager / Senior Manager

Company says it supports meritocracy and open but in reality it is more closed and supporting sycophancy. Earlier it had good control on one sector and continued to thrive on it but when it lost its leading edge, it started fumbling which caused many errors. Never interested in diversifying and never allowed other talented people to strive.

Employee - Manager / Senior Manager

The culture is venal. The lack of humanity is about as low as it can get. The company "values" are no longer respected by upper management. "Looking out for #1" is the only way to survive.

Employee - Manager / Senior Manager

Working here will suck everything out of you. It is a chip company. They make chips. They're a manufacturing excellence company. They are an "ingredients" company. They build stuff that goes into other companies' widgets. As a result they view "innovation" through the lens of "how to add more power/features into a chip."

Employee - Manager / Senior Manager

Dog eat dog type culture.