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Early layoff had a pretty good payout. Didn't want to do it but was tired of the implementation of new byzantine rules made strictly to create busy work ie rearranging deck chairs on a sinking ship, then fighting over which chair has a better view of the sinking.

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Pervasive corruption and nepotism means your career advancement is actually an impediment to your manager's goal of building an army of loyal, bloviating sycophants.

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Unfriendly coworkers treated new employee badly. Manager encouraged that kind of team culture.

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Took early layoff (SVP)

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Took retirement voluntarily retirement package when informed future separation packages would be involuntary and or lesser compensation

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People are no longer valued. Risk taking includes treating people like they have no other option; but they do.

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Offered a great enhance retirement package. Retirement is too boring, so I went back to work for Intel thru another company as a Contingent Worker.

Answered - Materials Development Engineering Technician (Former Employee) - Chandler, AZ 85226

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I was threatened by Intel management for publicizing facts about how Intel treats contingent workers.

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Contract ended.

Answered - Engineering Technician (Former Employee) - Chandler, AZ

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Contract is ending.

Answered - Architect/Software/DevOps Engineer (Current Employee) - Chandler, AZ

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