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Get the Inside Buzz on Intel Ireland Ltd

7.9 / 10 Overall Satisfaction
(based on 59 ratings in 2014)
"Proactive in relation to employee needs."
Pros: 
  • Intel offers a good benefits package and has a strong culture of rewarding good work
  • The working environment is very positive and encourages collaboration
  • Colleagues are friendly, intelligent and always willing to share their knowledge
  • Graduates get to work with cutting edge technology in a industry-leading company
Cons: 
  • There could be a bit more structure to the training provided
  • At first, graduates may find it hard to contend with the steep learning curve
  • Working shifts can be difficult to adjust to and may leave people quite tired
  • As Intel is so large, it can be hard to gain an understanding of the company as a whole
Culture
8.2 / 10
 
Offices & Dress
8.1 / 10
 
Hours
7.3 / 10
 
Salary
7.3 / 10
 
 
 
Diversity
8.3 / 10
 
 
CSR
7.9 / 10
 
Training
7.8 / 10
 

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"There are recycling bins dotted across each floor."

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"The salary, the atmosphere and the free time I get."

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"Intel is Ireland's biggest private sector employer."

"Proactive in relation to employee needs."

"I always wanted to work for a large multinational technical company. I never wanted..."

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