There've been rumors about cuts before the end of October, is there any truth to them?
All the smart people were laid off just because they were happy doing their jobs for a pittance! The fools who laid them off were counting pennies. The headcount was cut to 90000. The Fools hired bigger fools and now there is a big cluster F at... — read more
But when will Intel become more inclusive for capable employees with great expertise and great skillset? Why does it seem to me that the company has become inclusive for all but the most competent?
In its fourth quarter, the Intel Federal division, which is the prime contractor for the Aurora system, is taking a $300 million write down. Gelsinger can’t afford the public drama that Aurora has represented – it will be nearly four years late when... — read more
I personally think Intel has never recovered from the last big round of layoffs. Digging yourself out of that level of mistrust is essential to compete in this environment, but there will never be any trust for anyone working at the company for more... — read more
B00t licking the US government crowing about needing billions to cover his stock buybacks and incompetence all the while pursuing a totally broken strategy. He likes to blame his predecessors, but let’s be serious he is part of the leadership... — read more
I have nothing against older folks, but you can't expect to stay at the top of the innovation game with so many people who are still stuck in the old ways. Not to mention, who are scared that anybody who offers a new idea is there to get their job... — read more
https://news.yahoo.com/intel-pressures-u-government-help-000630446.html He should have shut up, revamped the company and than delivered. Does he know he and the company are the joke conversation about almost everything! But if you work there you... — read more
What are your thoughts?
Looking for recommendations regarding lawyers in AZ area who have litigated against Intel on disability issues.
https://www.crn.com/news/components-peripherals/intel-hires-top-amd-gpu-architect-to-lead-xe-ip-roadmap Intel confirmed to CRN that former AMD GPU architect Vineet Goel joined Intel in late September as vice president and general manager of the Xe... — read more
Does anyone have information which orgs will be impacted? Before I hoped to be among those who survive, but this time I hope to be first on the layoff list.
that I used to work in a company that was a leader, and that now I work in a company that has no competitive products. I still can’t believe what leadership has done to Intel. What miracle needs to happen for this to become the company it used to be... — read more
Seeing the sh---y MDF scores at director level are they getting performance messages ???
This ad is just super cringe worthy. I love how they just make Apple look good and Intel look like some knock off product. Who green lit this? LOL https://www.theverge.com/2021/10/5/22711517/intel-anti-apple-ad-m1-innovation-social-experiment It’s... — read more
Managers meeting oct 11 regards to coming layoffs
Every time somebody mentions how they worked through their cold/headache/insert favorite ailment, I alternate between being angry and flabbergasted. Intel has managed to condition its employees to think that's normal behavior. That taking some time... — read more
Intel has always been carried by the d-mb luck of X86, handed to it by IBM. In Intel's heyday, the TD head was able to pick the innovations coming from IBM and adapt them to the mass production needs. That piggy-back relationship faded as IBM's chip... — read more
Lots of press these days on the first of many sites for ground breaking billion dollar spin fantasy fans that scream Intel is back. The reality these will simply be holes in the ground for layoff burials, LOL. Who is Pat kidding, TMG and LTD has... — read more
I'm getting a bit tired of all the discussion around vaccination. Everyone is just talking about vaccinations. I'm more interested in why Intel has become a no-growth company? I remember some of the CEOs ambitious plans for this company. They have... — read more
So, who thinks that Intel will actually enforce this "mandate"? If so, what percentage of ppl do you think will be let go? How will Intel go about letting these ppl go?
Will it be safe to return to 100% in person in the next year? Next 2 years?
So petty that they monitor this everyday and report posts.
Just now I saw this interview with the CEO that was published a few days ago ___ https://www.extremetech.com/computing/326676-how-intels-pat-gelsinger-sees-the-semiconductor-world?source=Computing Thoughts? Especially on that part about x86... — read more
You know, there have been so many posts here where folks have complained that their managers take their work and just represent it as their own. I have always believed that its ok for managers to do that upto a certain extent. After all they are... — read more
https://fortune.com/2021/09/10/intel-ceo-big-honking-fab-planned-eu-europe-most-advanced/ Intel is back!!
I worked at Intel for five years and luckily, I found a new job very easily and very quickly. In the company I am going to in a few days, I will have a better job that is better paid, thanks to some new skills I gained while working here. Some... — read more
The most important thing is to know when to leave! It seems to me that most employees, even those who are very marketable, stay here where their careers stagnate and do not acquire any new skills. In the meantime, they are becoming less and less... — read more
Here is where I think could be in the running. It assumes a non existing location and plenty of water (non southwest with one exception). 1) Upstate NY 2) Raleigh 3) Nashville 4) Atlanta 5) Charlotte 6) Louisville/ Cincinnati 7) Austin — read more
https://www.tomshardware.com/news/intel-pat-gelsinger-clients-want-custom-x86-socs Who in their right mind goes to license x86 cores to try and compete with they guy that is licensing them to you? Beside the ARMy is cheaper to license, faster to... — read more
Does anyone else wonder this?
Another day, another lost account. X86 is eroding before our eyes. https://9to5google.com/2021/09/01/report-google-chromebook-chip-design/
I haven't met a person who left Intel and lived to regret it. Has anybody?
Maybe this is not the best place to post this question but can you share what salary should I expect to get as a RCG in Oregon? I will be interviewed at Ronler Acres. Thanks
" 2020 Annual T-Bill Interest Correction During a recent audit, it was discovered that the 2020 T-Bill interest credited to your Sheltered Employee Retiree Medical Reimbursement Account (“SERMA”) and SERMA Health Care Assistance Account in 2021... — read more