Engineering Manager (Former Employee) – DuPont, WA – August 7, 2017
BK and his vision for Intel is poor to say the least. He and the board don't care about vision they only care about stockholders. Which makes Intel not a leader in the world... but a failure.... lead by example not let the stockholders control the research and development of what used to be the very best products in the world.
Microprocessor Testing Laboratory Technician (Former Employee) – Calabasas, CA – August 7, 2017
Very FUN and productive workplace with ping pong tables, in-house Gym with complete weight sets of dumbbells, barbells and weight machines. Employees are encouraged to take walks on the nature trails in the surrounding nature of the Agoura Hills.
Cafeteria stocked with breakfast items and lunch, FREE food and snacks
Software Engineer (Former Employee) – Folsom, CA – August 5, 2017
Good amenities Productive work environment Cooperation and collaboration are key Learned the importance of communication Intel stresses the importance of getting up and taking a break once in a while (admirable)
PROGRAM MANAGER/OPERATIONAL EXCELLENCE MANAGER (Former Employee) – Chandler, AZ – August 5, 2017
Loved working at Intel. Recent years had the company struggling to find its niche and overall position in the industry as it tried to catch up with all things Mobile (hardware and software). It is attempting to lead the business regarding Internet of Things but seems to struggle where to actually play (from servers to sensors). The company is plagued with millennials who may be the intelligent and most desired in today's age of relentless need for connectedness as the company takes a grip on these new hires lack of work ethic, advocacy, full enrollment, deep assimilation, loyalty as compared to previous generations like the one I belong who fully embraced the culture and stayed and believed in the company for decades. Intel is lucky if they can keep new hires to last longer than 5 years, it seems.
Manager (Former Employee) – Oregon – August 4, 2017
Diversity is the mantra, but ageism is the issue, like with most high tech companies these days. Just remember if you should get a job here is that it is risky long term. Do not expect any type of loyalty, even if you are loyal and work outrageous hours your whole career.
Purchasing Administrator - Global (Former Employee) – Chandler, AZ – July 31, 2017
Intel employs a great team of diverse people. They have a great work life balance program and great benefits. I would suggest a ne Grad looking to begin their career in Business or Engineering; Intel should be one of their focus.
It is the world's largest and highest valued semiconductor chip makers based on revenue, and is the inventor of the x86 series of microprocessors, the processors found in most personal computers (PCs). Intel supplies processors for computer system manufacturers such as Apple, Lenovo, HP, and Dell. Intel also manufactures motherboard chipsets, network interface controllers and integrated circuits, flash memory, graphics chips, embedded processors and other devices related to communications and computing
Equipment Technician (Current Employee) – Hillsboro, OR – July 21, 2017
This job has moderate physical demands. Techs will average somewhere between 12000 steps and 22000 steps a shift. Some of the parts are both heavy and awkward to lift. However, these parts are 2 person lifts.