"Broadcom are a growing, established company with strong prospects for the future. They care for their productive staff but are not shy about eliminating positions based on broader economic circumstances. They offer competitive benefits and an industry-leading compensation package that includes annual bonuses, restricted stock unit offerings, and 401(k) match."
"Broadcom has no core cultural values and the only thing that can be certain about being employed at Broadcom is major layoffs on a regular basis despite excellent annual and quarterly reviews. The CEO is among the highest paid in the world and treats his employees like trash."
"Excellent company with excellent pay and benefits."
"• Firmware development engineer providing dedicated engineering for Tier-1 OEM across four generations of RAID storage controllers • 8 years¬ of experience in ARM and PowerPC architectures developing product features and enhancements as well as code maintenance in C and automated test scripting in Python • Experience in SAS, SATA, NVMe, PCIe, RAID, SPI and I2C related features with extensive debugging experience utilizing UART, analyzers and other debug mechanisms • Adept at working in a source controlled environment using Clear Case, Clear Quest, Code Collaborator and other SCM software"
"Great opportunity to learn new cybersecurity enterprise software. Still working out issues with the Symantec acquisition. Working Hours are great."
"I have been working for Broadcom from the past year and the company is mainly based on the manufacturer and global supplier of a wide range of semiconductors and infrastructure software products and as network engineers, we will be giving network support across Broadcom offices worldwide."
"working at the client place right now, not enough time to give the feedback"
"I've worked at Broadcom since 2011 when it was still Avago. The company bought a lot of companies and grew a lot during the years I was there. The company is divided into divisions that don't interact much with each other and your work experience will depend on your division manager. Generally, the company is very focused on results and very lean on extra perks."
"Broadcom is a hardware company making a play in the software space. There are still things that need to be worked out but it's an impressive sight to behold. The lean structure and obsession over R&D create room for product growth and innovation that outpaces the competition. Not a traditional workplace but a good one for those who can handle it."
"Good place but many technologies are saturated."
"I would for 2 years a Broadcom after they pruchased the company I worked for"
"a great public company with a conservative management style"
"Broadcom is a great company to work for."
"Great company to work for those with a technical mindset."
"Great work-life balance. No room to move up. Great stock options."
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