I had my insight conversation and high impact but was told by my manger that I had no scope here and look for other opportunities. No moving up for me as there are no opportunities. Why would an organization not want to retain good talent and leave it up to them . What do you think? Leave
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It must really s— to be a manager at Intel these days, even more than it did a decade ago. When thy are finally layed off, how do they explain what they were doing at their last job? "Well, I mainly jerked people around while I tried to maintain my cover."
Your manager just gave you a not subtle hint to GTFO. Don't be surprised if you are on the layoff list because your comp was too high for your band. In other words, "we pay you too much, but we won't promote you."
It's possible that your manager is genuinely trying to help your career. Most of the teams at Intel are not growing. Let's say a team already has a team lead and doesn't need another one, they would be doing you a disservice to keep you on the team but offering you no opportunity to become a team lead. If you can't find another role that allows you to grow in the company, then you should look to move outside of Intel.
it means your grade cannot go higher because your manager think that you cannot get higher/same level as him
or you are badass that he/she wants you to go away on your own
for a favorite employee, there is no way the manager doesn't want to make sure he/she stay in his org
@utq+184ch17b, managers are clueless. HR will decide the criteria. Who would have thought they would use SSL as a tool to layoff people.
Bad news, you're not part of the club, but the good news is that intel isn’t worth the effort. Move on, plenty of great places to work that pay more and don’t treat you like c-ap.
Impression I received from my manager is that Insights is meaningless and nobody will ever look at it (and that 'focal'-whatever that is now, is still what really matters), can any manager out there confirm or deny?