Topics regarding layoffs at Intel Corp.
Dear Bob, appreciate the email to employees today about the mandatory WFH situation but working from home is not working. Many employees don't have a home office, many employees now also have kids and pets and neighborhood noises distracting during... — read more
Have you heard of anything?
A legit reason to allow employees to WFH 1/2 the week even after the outbreak https://youtu.be/9654d4dwVmw Also, it would save driving time
If you're going to another company and they're going through a background check, what can Intel legally tell the other company? Can they specify the reason you left? Whether it was firing, laid off, or employee left on own volition? Can they... — read more
Follow the four steps below: Identify and Write Down Your Objectives and Goals Document Your Current Assets (In One Place) Intel 401(k), Intel Retirement Contribution Plan, Intel Minimum Pension (for more on the minimum pension and how to... — read more
Thoughts? Comments? Where is this taking us?
How are stocks allocated with this new system? Are they 100% performance based or also dependent on how much you already earn? I'm wondering if I got "low stock". Not sure how to tell the difference.
Intel Grades - Engineering Levels Salary & Total Comp Ranges (Data Source Below) Grade 5 - Total Comp Range $100K to $120K Grade 6 - Total Comp Range $115K 135K Grade 7 - Total Comp Range $145K - 175K Grade 8 (Staff Engineer) - Total... — read more
Can someone tell me what are job grades in Intel? I do not work here but I am interested in pursuing a position. Thank you!
Is it any good and is it accurate? What's your experience with it?
Sentiment of some knowledgeable managers is ACT style layoffs will be unavoidable by end of June. Though things are expected to pick up a bit after June, many will not survive in their jobs that long.
Where is he going? When I worked on LKF 6-months back and he is the only person who knows how to make things happens and technically good in resolving issues. Most of other leadership team members just bully people without proper understanding. ... — read more
Are promotions in global supply chain based on performance? How long do they expect you to stay in grade?
Reployments massively skewed towards older engineers. The vast majority are functionally laid off, Intel using delay tactics so the departures are staggered to avoid more bad PR.
Hi, I have left the company 3 years ago as a grade 7. This was after the big re-org ( forgot the name) and I wasn't happy about that. I have now an offer to come back as a grade 9 in Oregon. What salary range should I expect?
As per WARN CA report, I see 128 folks getting layed off. Do you know which group? Is it in data center?
Here are some thoughts as you do your initial evaluation and assessment. ITI outsourcing was a failure, The teams are not skilled enough to provide any value to Intel. InfoSec failed projects, over priced tools (think splunk) and neurotic... — read more
Does anyone know how this process works? It seems inconsistent throughout the fab. Some groups have heard nothing of it while some managers say their teams can choose to send or not to send bullets. I feel like my performance is in the hands of some... — read more
I think, if management has not gotten the message yet, all the future hires should talk to the HR rep before accepting the offer that they are concerned about the periodic intel layoff
S. focal budget s—s this year again. Expect more GTFO to Apple, Google, FB, Amazon this year. Record years, high stock buyback, more upper management and fraud fellow promos. MR still collecting. ... pump the already do-less wealthy and dump... — read more
confirmed, layoffs imminent
Please clean the IT house. They are k–ling our productivity which includes our ability to ship products. Solutions are thrown in, impactful to users and systems and / or flat out don't work. Please look at issues in the environment NOW as an... — read more
It seemed to be a possibility mentioned today in an all hands meeting. Seems like it was being discussed, but I did not know how seriously. I assumed all unvested RSUs would be forfeited once you sign the papers accepting the severance.
In 2016, all people who took VSP were good workers who got a job elsewhere quite easily Of the people who were given ISP, most employees who were given ISP because of just one stock level-4 were actually good employees. Of the employees given ISP... — read more
"We wanted to get on the front end of what was happening in retention and have a proactive way to address employees' concerns before they were ready to exit out the door," said Barbara Whye, Intel's chief diversity and inclusion officer. Source:... — read more
What's the cumulative employee count for the entire company? How many, out of that number work at Santa Clara?
The current internal reqs seem scarce for my area and frankly I'm over it. If cuts were across all BUs, then it does make sense why there aren't and probably won't be any reqs in the near future. I could get some random semi related internal... — read more
I am a high performing (previous years SL2) design engineer in OR working in an IP development group. I knew I had to escape my old group back in 2019 as my 2LM had it out for me. I had a transfer all set up with another sister group all within the... — read more
Could folks please share which orgs are seeing layoffs?
You got earnings beat, and stock is up and outlook is all glowing! New CEO who managers by the numbers, new Chairman with no deep understanding of silicon design, development, manufacturing. Let’s manage by the numbers and cut cut cut. The... — read more
When I lost my job from Intel in 2016 I was devastated. Being in the late-40s and trying to get a job is not easy. It broke me just thinking I may fail my children. I found a job that I like and coworkers that I like and you will find one job too... — read more
Reading that some of the layoffs are from jobs getting moved from the U.S. to lower cost sites. Those same lower cost sites have been getting new buildings, double digit % annual pay bumps, and more over the last few years. Is Intel slowly... — read more
Separation package seems to be: 9 weeks to find another job (redeployment) awarded +1 week per year of service afterwards.
In Oregon working closely with servers. I don't understand. I got recently promoted, got along with my team, a respectable growing engineer in all manners. I get that maybe I can be replaced with a cheaper Bangalore technical resource, but there... — read more
Remember the Paul Otellini layoff of 1000 managers?
Senior level design engineer in OR. SL2 stock level past two years and out of cycle raises/RSUs. Didn't matter.