"Good company with good people"
"AMD is a top-down company......only Directors and above make any decisions, even people managers need Dir or above approval for virtually anything. No support from management or HR, really an adversarial relationship with them. Massively understaffed and overworked, no appreciation, no recognition, not even any awareness from above....."
"look for some thing which is perfect for you and the org, that helps both ways to growth of individual and org, would love to work in an compay which should be win win for both ways"
"I would prefer not to write a formal review."
"AMD is a good place to intern. You will certainly learn a lot, and if you are looking for it, you will get opportunities to take on lots of responsibility. The downside is you may not have much control in actually completing projects. Regardless, there are many experienced people to help you and teach you, but you will probably have to seek them out and humbly ask for their time and guidance unless you are blessed with a particularly hands-on mentor and manager. Best of luck"
"I've worked with AMD. The company culture is amazing. People are very friendly. I was in the Austin Campus which has the maximum number of employees. My team was very helpful and always tried to motivate me. We often went out for a team lunch"
"I really loved the place. The team was amazing. Work-life balance was also good. Being an intern had a lot of chance to interact and participate in a different activity."
"Unethical and unprofessional --- standard interview process, HR questions, technical questions, on-site. The HR representative was UNETHICAL, UNPROFESSIONAL throughout the process. Didn't disclose offer details even when repeatedly asked, didn't address concerns, I gave my reasons (2X) why offer would be accepted/rejected. HR guy PUSHED for verbal acceptable saying details will be disclosed in the offer. I was lied to when offer came in, items discussed where eliminated and what I agreed too was completely different to what was written. Sent response declining written offer with explanation, HR guy's response was to never contact him. Absolutely amazing behavior in engineering field and from a person representing a company, no class."
"Good place to work, and supporting colleagues."
"AMD is a wonderful company to work for. They have great benefits and a marvelous company culture. Their problem is no one is buying their products. I worked for them in the 1990's and again in 2011-2104. They have seldom made a profit so lay-offs are endemic. Generally you are treated well and valued by your colleagues, which makes it a real surprise when HR shows up, to tell you it's time to leave."
"AMD is a pleasant place to work. They treat their people well. There are good health benefits, a gym, and cafeteria on site."
"AMD was a good company to work for, however there have been a lot of management changes. I worked for them for 4 yrs and had 5 different managers, making it difficult to establish myself.There were 2 different CEOs during my time at AMD."
"I've worked for AMD for nearly a year as a Co-op with the Test Chip team at Austin. The work culture is absolutely what one can ask for. Calm environment with a lot of freedom for you to express your views and collaborate with any level of executive to get the work done. People have a good culture of teaching new grads and co-ops to be at pace with industry sooner than usual. I had a personal 1:1 interaction with CEO of AMD. Rory Read was very down to earth and it was the best exposure I had at a very young age."
"I've worked for AMD as an IT Systems Administrator and it's your standard run-of-the-mill type setup.. if you count out the facts that me and my group tend to perform miracles on a regular basis with little compensation and recognition. If only my boss and his boss were given the power to effectively do their jobs, me and my crew wouldn't be in a much better position with higher morale and less stress."
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