Depends on the positions. There is some broad spectrum generality questions to test how you will react. Some psychological. If it is a entry level job, maybe one to two people and 1 to 3 interviews. And the higher paid jobs, up to six interviews and all cold be panel style.
Intense and usually involves 4-5 one on ones. skills will need to be displayed.
Answered - Production Control Manager (Former Employee) - Irvine, CA
Pretty laid back interview. I talked with the planning manager who was leaving on a six month leave to spend time with his family. I did not meet the VP of Operations during my interview.
Answered - Team Leader (Former Employee) - Irvine, CA
Pretty straight forward and hired from the interview.
Answered - IC/SoC Physical Design Engineer (Former Employee) - San Diego, CA
It was three rounds of interview for a fresher who just completed his bachelor's degree.
The first round would be a written exam to test your skills on aptitude, reasoning and basic programming skills.
Second round would be a technical round where you would be interviewed on the content you presented in your resume
Third round would also be a technical round where you are being asked in depth about your technical stuff and your creative thinking.
Answered - WLAN Test Engineer (Former Employee) - Sunnyvale, CA
A & C shifts are the stuck up shifts that want you to be pretty and follow the other sheeple. B shift thrives on the brief that they are better than D shift, and D shift will hire anybody because the supervisors are desperate for validation from all other shift supervisors.
Long 6 hours with many interviewers
Answered - Engineer, Staff - Project Engineer (Current Employee) - Irvine, CA