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Great work and lerning experience
Software Developer (Former Employee), Folsom, CAFebruary 3, 2014
• Worked in the support group of firmware developers.
• Developed a software usage tracking system for the aid of program managers. This software helped in decision making for buying software licenses.
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Great place to work
Analyst (Current Employee), Swindon, ONJune 18, 2013
Pros: lots of events organized by the company
Cons: limited opportunitites for promotion
A great company to work for, however very limited opportunities in finance.
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not fun place to work
Customer Service Representative (Former Employee), St.Catharine'sMarch 20, 2013
Pros: nil
Cons: to many to list
to strict, no respect, lack of communication, no guaranteed full or even part-time hour's.
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Great company
Manufacturing Specialist (Current Employee), Hudson, MADecember 16, 2014
Enjoyed my time working here. Great benefits. Just a great company to work for.
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Working for Intel was incredible!
Training Specialist/Manufacturing Technician (Former Employee), Colorado Springs CODecember 13, 2014
Pros: amazing pay, benefits, and culture.
Cons: the ever present fear of lay-offs. which eventually happened in 09.
Intel embraces diversity, encourages creativity and inclusiveness, pays well, and keeps you busy! Intel is on the cutting edge of cleanroom semiconductor manufacturing. This was exciting, because as an employee, I would get lots of experience with the newest forms of support, measurement, inspection and automation tools. Who doesn't love to work with – more... high tech robots? The environment was fast paced, so never a dull moment. Intel also implements a continual improvement policy, which means you have to continually find new skills and new projects to complete. I liked that. – less
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Decent workplace depending on which department you work in.
Mechanical Assembly (Former Employee), Hillsboro, ORDecember 10, 2014
Pros: hour lunches
Cons: slow at getting around to training, communication problems
The workplace was O.K. and the co-workers were easy to get along with. The management had issues with department organization and training for workers. Too few people fully trained to train new workers to work on product and excessive down time. Communication can sometimes be unclear. Best part was when there was work you were allowed to do. The most – more... important thing I learned was to to go with the flow at all costs. – less
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Excellent environment
Shipping/Receiving Technician (Former Employee), Parsippany, NJDecember 9, 2014
Pros: excellent place of business
Cons: contract position
Great Place to work. Managers were great! Co-workers were great.
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Fantastic company.
Marketing Development Manager (Former Employee), Santa Clara, CADecember 9, 2014
Great company. Great place to work and learn about branding and marketing.
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Great experience for my first internship
IPG Atom Core Validation Intern (Former Employee), AustinDecember 5, 2014
Pros: flexible schedule
Cons: learning curve
Worked on interesting assignments in a low stress environment.
My coworkers were very friendly as was the entire workplace environment.
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Global mangement of Intel Information Technology Business Continuity and Disaster Recovery Program
Information Specialist/BC/DR Mgmt (Former Employee), Chandler, AZDecember 3, 2014
Pros: bc/dr a managment supported function for it, met and worked with a wide range of cultural diversie teams
Cons: long work days at times..
My daily routine may include; Risk Assessment reviews, Recovery Plan documentation validation, coaching and mentoring business recovery organization representatives. Planning for and executing resilency excercises, training documentation creation, process creation or modifications to security policy to ensure compliance with company policies. Participated – more... aa a project team member to create innovative methodologies to enhance or simplify Intel Corporation Informaiton Security needs. I interacted daily with diifferent levels of management as a subject matter expert to faciiatate policy compliance, new technology enhancements, identify business requirements and/or faciliate in application implementations. The most enjoyable part of my job was interaction with different individuals on a daily basis and my ability to assist them in thier BC/DR needs and being part of innovative teams. The hardest part of the job was the global effect on work hours. Some meetings could start as early as 1:00 am and as late as 11:00 pm. This was dependant on the global region. – less
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Great learning platform
Senior Software Engineer (Consulting) (Current Employee), Hillsboro oregonDecember 2, 2014
Nice learning environment. strict dead lines. Nice cafeteria.
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Not bad, but not great
AZFSM Manufacturing Technician (Former Employee), Chandler, AZDecember 2, 2014
Pros: many discounts on intel items and gave free stuff for the gptw drawings.
Cons: overworked and very short breaks. sometimes wouldn't get to eat during the shift.
Shift 4 was off shift hours.12 hour shift, 6 PM to 6 AM. Sunday, Monday, Tuesday and every other Saturday. Intel tried to keep a good work life balance, but by the time you would get off for the weekend you would need a full day of recovery frombeing exhausted from being overworked and undermanned. Intel was a good company, allowed to be casual and – more... comfortable clothing. Had a Great Place to Work (GPTW) center with a pool table, ping pong and TV. Had an onsight cafeteria with many options of food to eat. Managers could have more experience on how to communicate and delegate work. Enjoyed my co-workers, but a few complained a bit about management and engineering that owned toolsets. Ergo safety was the hardest part of the job due to being in confined spaces and awkward positions. We also deal with deadly chemicals that could kill you in an instant if exposed, but there were many safeguards in place for leak detections, spills, and continous airflow for clean room to keep particles below 20 ppm. The enjoyable part of Intel was when they would celebrate holidays at work and have bbq's or catering for special events and GPTW events during on and off shift. – less
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Major Changes
Android & IoT Manager (Current Employee), Santa Clara, CADecember 2, 2014
Pros: flexible and inviting environment
Cons: major tidal waves of change always storming
There is a lot of major changes happening in management and organizations. Things are still storming with a lot of teams. There is also a lot of positive work place updates that make it a great place to work. The pay is good with lots of flexibility
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Great company to work for with very intelligent people all around
Program Manager Intern (Current Employee), Hillsboro, ORDecember 2, 2014
Intel is a great company to work for and can offer the employees so many great things. There is room for growth and unlimited opportunities within the company if you are looking to explore other career opportunities.
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My experiences
UPW Commissioning and Sustaining Technician (Former Employee), Chandler, AZDecember 1, 2014
Pros: benefits, work/life balance
Cons: job security
Working for Intel provided challenges daily and there was always more to learn.I reviewed data and trends throughout the work day to make sure our systems ran to specifications. When things needed to be replaced, or maintained, we would go into the field and do so. The balance between work at the desk and in the field as a technician was also nice.
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achieving more in less time
Admin & Asset Management (Former Employee), North-East Penang Island, M07November 25, 2014
Pros: employee safety
As the Administrative Assistant perform standard, advanced and confidential secretarial duties. Preparing weekly Hiring Summary for department and review/present to Department Managers. Maintain accurate schedules of activities of the manager/including complex meeting/conference call coordination. Maintain confidential records and information. Coordinates – more... hiring activities for department. Deal comfortably with Senior Management – less
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Great company. Top management very sound
Technical Lead (Former Employee), Santa Clara, CANovember 25, 2014
Pros: great work culture.
Cons: short break
Great technology and manufacturing. Lots of team meetings and project deadlines. Management is very focused. Co-workers are knowledgeable and driven.
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Advancing into interesting and challenging market segments
Graduate Technical Intern (Current Employee), Folsom, CANovember 21, 2014
Work environment at most locations is dull but lot of opportunities available for career advancement.
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A good place for people with family Not a good place for young engineer to grow
Component Design Engineer (Former Employee), Santa Clara, CANovember 19, 2014
Intel is a good place for people with family and those who seek work-life balance. However, it is not a good place for young engineer to grow career and gain skills as each position is highly specialized and have little exposure outside the specific work area.
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It's a large beneficial company but skills must be always sharp.
Product Development Engineer (Current Employee), Hillsboro, ORNovember 19, 2014
Pros: good benefit, bonus.
Cons: work life balance, stiff competition among co-workers and strict management
Always lots of work to do. Management is strict and people need to work hard.

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