Generally, how much support should I expect to receive from upper management at Intel?

Generally, how much support should I expect to receive from upper management at Intel?
2018-06-19T22:29:47Z 7
2018-06-19T22:29:47Z

Materials R&D Engineer at Intel Corporation

almost 2 years ago
This again depends on which specific group you end up in. Generally, the organizations are quite hierarchical especially in manufacturing side of the business.

2018-06-19T22:29:47Z

Former Technical Graduate Intern for Intel Corp

almost 2 years ago
You will not have too much interaction with the upper management. You will probably work with a mentor that your manager assigns to you. However, getting in touch with other people from other groups or from upper management can definitely help you. I strongly suggest you to find people working on the subjects you are interested in and at least talk to them to benefit from their experience although it may not be related to your work there. Particularly, you can utilize your lunch times to talk to others.
2018-06-19T22:29:47Z

Former Equipment Technician at Intel Corp

about 2 years ago
As a technician, you won't have much interaction with upper management. I would recommend establishing a good working relationship with your direct manager, who can advocate for you to upper management levels. In my experience, there weren't any issues with management, and they were supportive and somewhat flexible as long as you are a good worker.
2018-06-19T22:29:47Z

Former Manufacturing Technician at Intel Corp

about 2 years ago
It depends on you. If you are personable and make friends easy, you might be able to make friends with upper management and receive mentoring. Some folks are nice, some are not, just like everywhere else.
2018-06-19T22:29:47Z

Former Austin MS/PhD Level Intern – Mixed Signal Verification Intern at Intel Corp

almost 2 years ago
Support - Managers are very supportive to their interns. The work hours are flexible. Typically it requires to meet deadlines for the deliverables. One can come late and leave early in the office but at the same time to meet deliverables one might work after hours as well. If an Intern has a class, they can skip 1-2 hours during day time to attend the class but it is required to meet deliverable deadlines. If it is more than 2-3 hours skipping in daytime for multiple days in a regular basis, then manager might convert the intern to part time MWF or TTh workdays only and the salary will be adjusted accordingly.
2018-06-19T22:29:47Z

Senior R&D Intern at Intel Corp

about 2 years ago
Well, as an intern my connection with the upper management are very limited to none. However, you can request to meet anybody at Intel (if they have time for you). You can also choose a mentor (anyone you like, doesn’t have to be from your team) and work with that person to have a career path or get advice from him about the work culture, challenges etc.
2018-06-19T22:29:47Z

Environmental Engineer at Intel

about 2 years ago
It depends on how far up the management chain you are asking about. Intel is a large corporation with at least 10 levels of management leading up to the CEO. While the very top of the management chain is focused on the bottom line, the lower levels, those directly above site level contributors, value the role of EHS. Intel is focused on establishing itself as a leader in environmental issues and the individual engineers value their contributions and compliance with environmental regulations.
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