Questions and Answers about Intel

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If you were in charge, what would you do to make Intel a better place to work?

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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

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I would open up more internships and continue backing up college students.

Answered - internship (Former Employee) - Sacramento, CA

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Yes, increase work diversity.

Answered - Application Engineer (Former Employee) - San Jose, CA

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Fire all managers above 1st line. Disband the board of directors. And enact the Semco business model.

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Change management so that they actually treated the employees like human beings

Answered - Software Validation Engineer, (Contractor) (Former Employee) - Hillsboro OR

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Make everybody a blue badge

Answered - Construction Worker (Former Employee) - Hillsboro, OR

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I can't complain about the place. It's good place to work for.

Answered - Senior Administrative Assistant (Former Employee) - Santa Clara, CA

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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

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Nothing really. It has worked this long so why change

Answered - Senior Component Design Engineer (Former Employee) - Chandler, AZ

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