Thread regarding Intel Corp. layoffs

What are the prospects for grade 9

Regarding supply chain individual contributors non technical. It seems folks are grade 9 only in the case they came from engineering and moved to the non technical role, or they know the director or are a special case. It also seems more 9s in indirect sourcing folks who have had the same role for 20 years... not the hardcore folks dealing with the fab for materials and equipment (which is much more impactful and stressful).

Is the majority of option for 8s to just stay in grade for 15-20 years until retirement? If your a 7 and can’t get 8... are they really just telling you to leave for a pay bump elsewhere ?

I hoped this would be addressed in the comp discussion...but it was not. Now everyone paid the same. If you earned that 95 percentile .... well guess what... the socialists decided the poor performers deserve the same.

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Stay in grade for 15 or 20 years? I thought you were put on the chopping block if you didn't jump grade every 5 years.

It's Intel's way to avoid having anyone qualify for retirement unless the reach very senior grade levels

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Post ID: @bpjn+1eB6iKo1

The supply chain is becoming more and more toxic since Covid started. Better off going somewhere else.

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Post ID: @jgt+1eB6iKo1

If you haven’t figured it out yet, intel sucks. Stay there if you have no ambition but like the easy cash at the cost of kissing a-s. It’s your life to waste, hopefully you’ll encourage your kids to stay away from this dumpster fireā€¦ but probably not.

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Post ID: @llc+1eB6iKo1

Grade 7s have a hard time moving up to grade 8 in supply chain org (much faster moving up as a process engineer in the fab). Best option is to go external to move up in pay.

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