Communication is the key to any great company. intel had a motto if it inst written down it didn't happen. Cross your T's and dot your I's
Answered - Fabrication Engineer (Former Employee) - Chandler, AZ
I would open up more internships and continue backing up college students.
Answered - internship (Former Employee) - Sacramento, CA
Yes, increase work diversity.
Answered - Application Engineer (Former Employee) - San Jose, CA
Fire all managers above 1st line. Disband the board of directors. And enact the Semco business model.
Change management so that they actually treated the employees like human beings
Answered - Software Validation Engineer, (Contractor) (Former Employee) - Hillsboro OR
Make everybody a blue badge
Answered - Construction Worker (Former Employee) - Hillsboro, OR
I can't complain about the place. It's good place to work for.
Answered - Senior Administrative Assistant (Former Employee) - Santa Clara, CA
Focus on employee development to get existing employees ready for shifts in technology. Develop customer ready form-factor reference devices in order to internalize the importance of user driven development.
Answered - Human Factors Engineer (Current Employee) - Santa Clara, CA
Nothing really. It has worked this long so why change
Answered - Senior Component Design Engineer (Former Employee) - Chandler, AZ