- 4,010. Juni 2021EngineerAkt. Mitarbeiter, mehr als 8 Jahre
Intel war in der Vergangenheit schlagkräftig und innovativ, hat aber leider den Anschluß verloren
Unklare Zukunft in Deutschland, keine klare Strategie erkennbar
- 4,017. Nov. 2023Manufacturing TechnicianAkt. Mitarbeiter, mehr als 1 JahrHillsboro, OR
The best thing for me about working at Intel has been the benefits. My family and I get free health insurance that almost covers all routine visits. They are fully reimbursing me my tuition as I work on getting my Bachelor's degree in mechanical engineering. The factory bonuses are spotty but it does help when they come through.
If you want to get raises/promotions that actually reflect your experience and that keep up with cost-of-living increases, the only way truly is to change positions by applying for and receiving a new job offer. It's hard to go up by even one pay grade by staying in the same job, while other shifts in your module may be hiring on at one pay grade higher than you. That creates a lot of internal movement and teams are constantly cycling in fresh staff to replace the senior staff who have accepted better offers elsewhere in the company (again, sometimes even just by changing shifts). The career opportunities for growth are there, just not by staying put (ie loyalty to a particular module, which is a shame).