Hire managers who actually have experience enabling staff to achieve balance between Time, Effort and Quality. All of this is easy to map. Deadlines are irrelevant if they don't align with quality expectations. Quality is irrelevant if there's no motive to apply effort. Effort is irrelevant if deadlines are unreasonable. And, the circle of idiocy continues. A tech company with Intel's history should know better.
Follow through with hiring promise.
Answered - Contract Firmware/Software Engineer (Former Employee) - Austin, TX
Continue to keep Intel's pay competitive with the competion.
Answered - Manufacturing Technician (Former Employee) - Chandler, AZ
More workers and less managers.
Answered - Level 56 Equipment Technician (Former Employee) - Chandler, AZ
Keep doing what you're doing.
Answered - Manufacturing Technician (Former Employee) - Beaverton, OR
Allow remote work
Answered - Software Engineer (Former Employee) - Santa Clara, CA
Need to replace the old school angry managers with new skills from the outside that have real experience.
Answered - Information Security Engineer (Current Employee) - Folsom, CA
Provide more opportunities for career advancement to employees seeking disciplines outside of engineering
Answered - Senior Level Manufacturing Technician (Former Employee) - Chandler, AZ
Management needs to have a better understanding of what the employees have on their plate, instead of focusing on quantity look at quality.
Answered - Product Planner/Planning Analyst (Former Employee) - Chandler, AZ
Not sure people are leaving the company because of travel restrictions.
Answered - Senior LSS/ERT Technician (Current Employee) - Chandler, AZ