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What would you suggest Intel management do to prevent people from leaving?

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Follow through with hiring promise.

Answered - Contract Firmware/Software Engineer (Former Employee) - Austin, TX

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Continue to keep Intel's pay competitive with the competion.

Answered - Manufacturing Technician (Former Employee) - Chandler, AZ

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More workers and less managers.

Answered - Level 56 Equipment Technician (Former Employee) - Chandler, AZ

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Keep doing what you're doing.

Answered - Manufacturing Technician (Former Employee) - Beaverton, OR

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Allow remote work

Answered - Software Engineer (Former Employee) - Santa Clara, CA

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Need to replace the old school angry managers with new skills from the outside that have real experience.

Answered - Information Security Engineer (Current Employee) - Folsom, CA

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Provide more opportunities for career advancement to employees seeking disciplines outside of engineering

Answered - Senior Level Manufacturing Technician (Former Employee) - Chandler, AZ

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Management needs to have a better understanding of what the employees have on their plate, instead of focusing on quantity look at quality.

Answered - Product Planner/Planning Analyst (Former Employee) - Chandler, AZ

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Not sure people are leaving the company because of travel restrictions.

Answered - Senior LSS/ERT Technician (Current Employee) - Chandler, AZ

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Convert green badges to blue badges.

Answered - Manufacturing Technician II (Former Employee) - Hillsboro, OR

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