Intel Corporation

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Great Place to Work

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Former Employee - Business Analyst in Folsom, CA (US)
Former Employee - Business Analyst in Folsom, CA (US)

I worked at Intel Corporation as an intern (less than an year)

Pros

Fantastic work environment, lots of benefits and activities provided. Allows room to learn and grow within organization. The people there are the best thing about the company.

Cons

Lack of advancement opportunities within reasonable time for those with entrepreneurial mentalities. Takes too long to advance into senior management positions.

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    Good company to work for if you have time to invest in yourself

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    Current Employee - Staff Engineer in Bayan Lepas (Malaysia)
    Current Employee - Staff Engineer in Bayan Lepas (Malaysia)

    I have been working at Intel Corporation full-time (more than 8 years)

    Pros

    Leading edge technology
    More things to learn than you can catch up
    Reasonably compensated ... but only at higher grades

    Cons

    Frequent direction change
    Hectic workload
    Too many "leaders" sometimes led to too much energy spent to make progress rather than doing real work.

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    Approves of CEO
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    Great

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    Current Employee - Technical Intern
    Current Employee - Technical Intern

    I have been working at Intel Corporation

    Pros

    The benefits are good and the pay is good. I like how there is a lot of opportunity to grow and move around.

    Cons

    The bottom ten percent of the employees at Intel get put on a corrective action program. This could happen even if all members of a team are top performers. This is done in an attempt to use fear to motivate.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Get rid of the mandatory CAP for the bottom ten percent and replace it with even more incentive programs. The research shows that inspiration gets more productivity than fear.

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