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Great work place
WIRELESS VERIFICATION INTERN (Former Employee) –  Allentown, PAMarch 13, 2017
Amazing culture and very diverse group of people. Was one of my first professional jobs and learned a lot on sight. The management was really well organized and I had a smooth time there.
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not a good company
Sr.Supply chain R&D Materials Engr (Former Employee) –  Phoenix, AZMarch 10, 2017
commodity manager with minimum bachelor degree are not allowed to fire engineer phd..bad bad company.. bk is rebublican sucks... they give good money to buy you
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Don't stay too long as a Process Engineer
D1C PROCESS ENGINEER (Current Employee) –  Hillsboro, ORMarch 9, 2017
1. Sustaining tools, monitoring charts, attending meetings, working groups and task forces.
2. Visibility matters
3. Top-heavy management.
4. Fab culture is extremely tense
5. Process engineers are the foot soldiers on the Intel battle field. They are usually the first casualty of war.
6. My team mates
Pros
Good benefits
Cons
Long hours
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Challenging work, very fulfilling
Lead Program Manager (Former Employee) –  Santa Clara, CAMarch 8, 2017
I enjoyed working with a very high caliber of people at Intel. A typical workday started at 6:00 AM and included meeting with engineers, clients and partners from around the globe.
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Culture was not good, management need big impromenet to due with employee
Product Support Engineer (Former Employee) –  Santa Clara, CAMarch 7, 2017
This place was better place to work. The culture was not good. Management need big improvement to due with employee. More concern about the work balance and environment work place.
Pros
The place was better place to work
Cons
Management need big improvement to due with employee
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Be willing to work hard.
Hardware Engineer & Line Manager (Current Employee) –  Santa Clara, CAMarch 6, 2017
I've worked several start ups and several large established companies. Intel is a good company to work for only if you are willing to put forth long work hours, particularly the department I am in (iCDG). The company often change management which means don't expect your manage to have your best interest because of the constant management change. Most people are constantly on their feet and don't have time to chitchat. Company is very lean on stock award but the quarterly and annual bonuses are good.
Pros
Excellent bonuses
Cons
Long work hours. Frequent management change and restructure
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Great place to work with lot of fun activities
LTE Engineer (Current Employee) –  Santa Clara, CAMarch 5, 2017
Intel is a great place to work and has a competitive environment.

Intel has a very inspiring work culture and has a lot of potential for people willing to put in effort.
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Excellent company to work for
Contract worker (Current Employee) –  Chandler, AZMarch 4, 2017
Compressed work weeks allow for quality family time on days off. Very good benefits. Safety comes first. You are expected to go home in the same condition you went to work in.
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Great benefits. Poor job security.
Senior Manufacturing Technician (Former Employee) –  Rio Rancho, NM 87124March 3, 2017
I was employed by Intel for 20 years. The first 10 years were pretty great until the layoffs began. Approximately every other year, there would be a layoff. Increased automation was partially to blame but the majority was due to jobs moving to other locales.
Pros
Great pay. Great benefits.
Cons
Constant threat of layoffs. Understaffed.
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result forcused company
Supply Chain Program Manager (Former Employee) –  Portland, ORMarch 3, 2017
High tech company with opportunities and challenges. Need to consistantly reinvent yourself to succeed. Employees need to be aggressive to climb the corporate ladder or will be a layoff risk.
Pros
Always changing environment
Cons
work from home was not allowed
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Smart people
Chief of Staff (Former Employee) –  Folsom, CAMarch 3, 2017
Intel has a culture of really smart people that are driven by data. They believe in intellectual honesty and solving the hardest problems in the world.
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Cheap Compensation
Startup Support Lead (Former Employee) –  Santa Clara, CAMarch 2, 2017
The current CEO (BK) has changed the Intel culture to a bullying culture with cheap compensation - I worked there for twenty years and he is the worst CEO ever. Very cheap,,
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Intel could be a great place
Laboratory Hardware Technician II (Current Employee) –  Longmont, COFebruary 28, 2017
Some teams get treated like outcast and or it is almost can be a "cast" type company in the respect aspects. Some of the teams that people work with can be great and have efficient work ethic's. biggest issue is truly the management
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benefits
Cons
management
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great work life balance but stock price is struggling
Engineering Program Manager/Product Manager (Current Employee) –  San Jose, CAFebruary 27, 2017
If you want to have good work/life balance, Intel would be great fit for you. lots of good technologies and cash compensation is competitive. however stock price is showing no growth and is stuck below $40 for 17 years. so be mindful of that if you care about growth.
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Great benefits and great team
Internet of Things Market & Ecosystem Intern (Current Employee) –  Santa Clara, CAFebruary 27, 2017
Company provides great benefits and is a great environment for interns. There are lots of opportunities for advancement in your project.
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Great Company, Bad time to be a non-Engineer
Maintenance Technician (Former Employee) –  Chandler, AZFebruary 25, 2017
Great company, but this is a bad time to work for intel in the Phoenix Az Valley if you are not a 4-year degree graduate. They began focusing 90% of retainment on Engineering graduates in Late 2015.

I left the company after the company had completed it's publicly announced realignment. My job was saved, but they clearly communicated non-Engineer employees had zero value added input to the TMG "fabs".

I resigned 3 weeks later, to return to school full-time in order to complete my EE, and MBA.

I hope intel in the Valley will return to its employee-friendly environment. It was an AMAZING company to work for and proudly represent.
Cons
Non-Engineer employees are listed as non-asset based expense.
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Enjoyed my time there.
Numerous, see resume (Former Employee) –  Folsom, CAFebruary 24, 2017
I enjoyed my time a Intel. Sometimes it is hard to be heard. It is very cliquish and that doesn't always result in the best decisions. Very competitive company.

If you have the right manager working at Intel can be a dream. I coached and raised my family while working there. Your first assignment will set the rest of your career. Make sure you get a good manager to start.
Pros
Benefits, salary
Cons
Competition, cliquishness
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Not bad. Not good.
Engineering Technician V (Current Employee) –  Hillsboro, ORFebruary 23, 2017
Management has become very uncaring. Management has issues that need to be addressed and Intel is a very top heavy corporation. Lots of manager and not a lot of workers.
Pros
Free Fruit and Drinks
Cons
Non caring
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Great benefits make it hard to leave
Risk Manager (Current Employee) –  Hillsboro, ORFebruary 23, 2017
Intel offers it's employees some amazing benefits that make it hard to work anywhere else. As with most large companies, it is hard to be seen as more than just a 'head': the organization will move you to a group where they need to fill a gap, even if that isn't your interest or skill set. Personally, I have found that to be a challenge with my personal career development goals.
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High tech company.
Sr. IC Mask Designer (Current Employee) –  Folsom, CAFebruary 23, 2017
Everything here is high technology. Working here is great!!!
They expect you to move up on next level every year. Everyone is working hard and need to collaborate.
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