Is this just a coincident or there is something systematic or systemic going on in the background?
Many dread incompetent new colleagues, who are not to blame for Intel hiring them. However, I rarely hear that someone is willing to help them and share their knowledge with them. It used to be that way. When I first came here, I had a great... — read more
Intel: we will be leader in chips again: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RuXT5IG8pRQ In another (fake) news : Intel is offering to buy “Frito Lays” for $100T - all cash and stock.
Many say this, that no one should plan to stay at Intel for more than 5 years, but I don't understand why? I'm not saying that it's great here, maybe I would be much better off somewhere else, but let's just say that after four years I'm very... — read more
Only thing I see in Intel’s future is accelerated pace to layoffs. Renaming process nodes is essentially a public admission of succumbing to failure and having to submit to having lost. The presentation reminds me of every presentation of the past... — read more
I can’t believe someone here says that The current work force feels they are entitled to everything while doing nothing. My typical work day consists of doing the most important work first, then doing more work, then more work, followed by work... — read more
And how can this company get it back? Credibility is one thing that is easy to lose, but hard to regain. In fact, it should be a crucial thing. On the other hand, I sometimes wonder if Intel knows its customers well and what their expectations are... — read more
closed @ $53 & after hour -$3
To current employees: why are you with Intel? You actually like it there? Failing interviews? Too lazy to prep? Too afraid to even try due to lack of skills?
https://www.tomshardware.com/features/intel-xe-dg1-benchmarked Uncompetitive performance per flop. Poor gaming performance. Functional issues. Insanely long dx12 shader compilation time.
With this latest earning report, I would think there will be more people leaving. What makes people stay at Intel? Why would any smart person stick around this jo--t? I don't get it.
When it lays off irreplaceable know-how, and hires instead 4 H1B's that can't debug their own code When kiss-up, kick-down is the standard for promotions When management fills up their calendar with nonsense stuff to appear "on a meeting" on... — read more
I've noticed that with the majority of other companies, people move on once they leave. Whether they were laid off or walked away, they never look back. Not with Intel. Years on, people still hold on to the hate. You mention Intel to them, and they... — read more
I can't believe even the current top management could be that re--rded I am honestly hoping the latest round of denials from GF is true
If you have any skill you can make much more elsewhere but you’ll have to work. If you are accustomed to delivering only excuses on one canceled project after the next while working with your wife then stay put, you’ve got it great! Quote... — read more
Don’t know about ALL other companies but Intel offers lower health insurance, more pta, longer parental leave than many competitors. Only reason you can complain is the incompetence of management and the limited opportunities for advancement. — read more
With Sandra in new role, hope Intel appoints a HR leader with HR experience. Many good HR younger talent left Intel due to having terrible internal HR leadership. Will Pat bring in talent that left or someone new to Intel? Any guesses?
Nice to see that the $52bbn in tax money from the chips act is being used for consolidation of industries. Blatant corruption and nobody even cares.
Intel leading edge node, no lagging node, Foundry business, no standard foundry support. Viola buy GF, who has legacy node, full compliment of customers and lots of the ecosystem that intel tried and spent years trying to make and failed to... — read more
Intel’s pay/ benefits is already below industry average as they still think that their name has value but there are far better places to work and with higher salaries to boot. I also think top dogs overestimate the value of Intel’s name. I often... — read more
If Intel no longer is producing cutting edge chips, they can't charge a premium for them. This usually translates to pay and benefilt cuts dut to lower magin. Excpect this to happen. Maybe not soon, but I see it coming.
Does anyone have any insights on whether Intel will offer early retirement? At this point, I would like nothing more than early retirement.
My weekend thoughts on the messiah. A golden boy who has bleed Intel blue for really his WHOLE Life. Started at Intel when he was 18, and can't think in the way Intel really needs. Sure he talks a good talk that everyone including world democracy... — read more
What’s causing the recent surge in INTC? Those RSU must taste pretty sweet right now for grade 8 and above!
Intel is an as good place as any to make a decent living, but it's far from perfect. On the one hand, I enjoy what I do and my colleagues are okay people, on the other hand, there’s always RIFs around the corner and I’m always wondering when my... — read more
Why is it that Information Technology has so many employees that lack a college degree and even in some cases a high school diploma? There is a marked deficiency in ability to think differently and adapt to change which is critical to support the... — read more
Sites with fewer than 100 employees could potentially close before EOY.
I became fully aware that Intel employees do not adopt skills that are in high demand, only after I started looking for a new job. Now it seems to me the longer someone is at Intel, the less marketable they are. I don't know what your experiences... — read more
Wikipedia Aurura! Aurora was first announced in 2015 and to be finished in 2018. It was expected to have a speed of 180 petaFLOPS which would be around the speed of Summit. Aurora was meant to be the most powerful supercomputer at the time of its... — read more
Steam hardware survey (read: gamers) shows AMD market share down to 28% from 30%!!!1!!!!eleventy Market share is no problem! Just lower the ASP down so Intel is the cheap go-to brand! Make i7 cheaper than Ryzen 7 Make i5 cheaper than Ryzen 5 etc... — read more
Intel is going to rely on TSMC, who has their hands full with who-the-heck-knows-how-many-other-customers-are-out-there (the announcement mentions who are the first to sign up, not who ARE the customers... there's a big difference) to produce their... — read more
Intel HR is often overlooked as to how it enables incompetent managers throughout the company. HR managers only do one thing, suppress investigations and lie bringing down entire culture of the company. Many managers have just learnt that HR is a... — read more
Could you provide details of the current severance package?