Thread regarding Intel Corp. layoffs

Intel has changed so much it's unrecognizable

I used to love working here. It was one of the best possible places to work. We had great pay, great benefits, normal working hours, and good management that knew what they were doing. Today, we have no work/life balance, we're faced with unrealistic expectations, have to deal with bad managers who will not stand up for you but will be happy to blame you for anything that goes wrong, no career growth, and on, and on. This used to be the place to be, now it's the place to leave.

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The 20% that do work are hemorrhaging to other companies.

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Post ID: @2kur+1eDGwajf

Intel and no WLB doesn’t make sense. Intel has best WLB. 80% employees hardly work > 4 hours. Remaining work max 7 hours. Intel is famous for best WLB in industry.

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Post ID: @2qhc+1eDGwajf

You must have been at intel longer than 10 years because for the last decade its been an awful place to work.

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Post ID: @1iry+1eDGwajf

All managers look “good” when you have a monopoly. There was no external force that applied pressure to improve.

AMD could never get ahead due to lack of scale even with superior products like opteron.

With TSMC now leading Intel, all bets are off and Intel is getting exposed for the inefficient disaster it really is. The party is over and it’s time to wake up or get smoked by the competition.

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Post ID: @yzf+1eDGwajf

Increased globalization has destroyed any sense of WLB.

Managers are basically trapped by their compensation so they walk the line and expect obedience.

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