Older employees are being pushed to either quit or retire early. Shameful but true.
Topics regarding layoffs at Intel Corp.
Lots of fancy spin, seems some TA has poured some koolaid into Pats drink. “Intel has been struggling, and Gelsinger says that stems from “the cultural aspects.” “Grovian culture” of “disciplined decision making” and a “tough, aggressive... — read more
As rumors have started circulating, does anyone have more detailed insights on whether new mass layoffs will follow or will everything just remain on rumors?
Intel offers $2 billion for a company that's valued at 500 million. What?? https://www.tomshardware.com/news/intel-offers-dollar2-billion-for-risc-v-startup-sifive-bloomberg
Nothing is safe. Intel will continue losing server market share for the foreseeable future. Intel will continue losing process leadership game to TSMC. That's right! I would like to discuss how worried you are about the rate at which Intel is... — read more
Let’s face it, connections have always been very important. However, what I can’t accept is that whom you know and with whom you have connections becomes a priority in relation to how hard you work and how much value you bring to this company... — read more
With layoffs down (not completely gone but definitely not as bad as they have been for a while) how many of you consider your jobs safe? It seems like some people believe that job security is once again becoming a thing at Intel and I was wondering... — read more
A big chunk of the company expense goes to employee compensation. Given Intel provides so much perks and other benefits etc should they be more cautious about keeping the cost down? Also overpayment can lead to lazy and unmotivated employees... — read more
What makes Intel a great company? Here are only the top 10: 01: The fact that you, yes YOU work there. 10: The fact that you don't even (have to) know how binary works!
Do you agree it is the best career choice for you? What factors contribute to your decision to join and stay with Intel?
For decades, Intel hired and hired anyone who was breathing; minorities- barely even that. Then came lay offs followed by brain drain. To prevent brain drain, intel is now handing out principle engr/director/manager titles to a lot of people... — read more
IDM 2.0 How important Intel is to US economy. Now off to Europe Getting a lot of money and time in the press, has he fixed anything yet? Revenue is down and others are marching on and he runs around making lots of speeches. Doesn’t he know... — read more
https://www.macrumors.com/2021/06/08/adobe-creative-cloud-native-m1-apps/ Can Intel ever catch up? The M1 is first generation silicon, so you know faster models are on the way.
Guys here do not try getting into intel as a blue badge if you were ISPd earlier...it will not happen and it’s a waste of your time recently one of my friends tried getting in and it didn’t happen! Just telling everyone if they are expecting that due... — read more
Consulting firm Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu Limited estimates that as of 2017, some 40% of the cost of a new car can be attributed to semiconductor-based electronic systems, a cost doubling since 2007. It estimates this total will approach 50% by 2030... — read more
Why will Pat fail is obvious l. Everyone wants great American icon to rise again but to wish won’t make it happen. It’s like every parent wishing for that model child and most parents now doesn’t matter what you do wish has nothing to do with... — read more
Before Intel, I worked at several companies and I thought that Intel would be a place where I would learn a lot, progress and enjoy my work. Now I already think that each of the previous companies was a better place to work. I believe there are a lot... — read more
I've heard a couple of their local "consultants" (er..definition used loosely) have left for better opportunities since they were given the 6 month Intel contract.
I sometimes wonder if Intel has been thinking about its customers lately? Does it have their needs in mind or does management think this is not an important part of business at all?
In foundry biz, TSMC always work with their customers to improve their fab process. At Intel, TMG always play their trump card to dictate how BU and Design should workaround their limitations. When TMG fail on their process, all products fail on... — read more
Not that it's any of my business, but it’s very unusual to me when some young talented people come to Intel instead of going to new, growing companies that are trying to keep people who have great potential. If I were just a little younger and had... — read more
It's almost reaching 60, from just around 40 few years back! Intel must be doing something really great. Amazing!
https://hbr.org/amp/2021/05/dont-let-employees-pick-their-wfh-days This is Intels guideline apparently to back to office work. Behind the scenes don't listen to your employees, to the employees we are listening to you. Thats cute.
It seems like it's been a while...
When was the last time you worked on a project that was really interesting? I don't remember anymore. This demotivates me a lot and is one of the main reasons why I started looking for a new job. I thought the lack of interesting projects was just... — read more
I'm working got a different company now. I told them that I'm about rehire for Intel, but they said job is internal and i don't need to go to Intel site. Now they are concerned that I might not be able to work at company at all because we do handle... — read more
https://www.reuters.com/technology/intel-shareholders-reject-executive-compensation-plan-filing-2021-05-19/ In a statement, Intel said it "has a long-standing commitment to pay-for-performance, which holds executive officers accountable for business... — read more
I’ve been with Intel for less than 2 years and I keep reading about how there are quite a few employees that are leaving or have left. The question I have is this. Did you make the decision to leave because you didn’t want your career to stagnate?... — read more
I have a friend who was laid off 2015 and when I relayed the rumors to him that Intel might soon want to rehire him, he just laughed. Why would anyone want to come back here is not clear to me. People have long since found much better positions. I... — read more
I saw a few comments in several threads that indicate people are starting to catch on when it comes to Intel and what a cr---y place it is to work. Good. The fewer people who want to work here, the faster we'll get to a point when there'll be nobody... — read more
= increased outsourcing = increased IT layoffs
When did AMD become a preferred employment option to Intel? We just lost two members of our team (two people Intel should have fought hard to keep instead of just letting them walk away) to AMD and I am still stumped. It used to be that people from... — read more
1st ever... 2nm chip... Designed by IBM: https://www.engadget.com/ibm-2nm-chip-power-efficiency-100001102.html
Samsung enters PC market with Exynos chip in The second half of 2021 https://www.kedglobal.com/newsView/ked202105090002
How stable compare to other teams?
https://hothardware.com/news/amd-epyc-server-cpu-gains-highest-share-intel-15-years Wakey wakey
Intel seeking 50B funds from US Gov and making this kind of investment? https://www.cnet.com/news/intel-investing-3-5b-in-new-mexico-fab-upgrade-boosting-us-chipmaking/ Well, it doesn't mean Intel has the volume but it forecast it will gain... — read more