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There is scope for machine learning development, but being part of specific QA team and isolated will not help to implement solutions that add value to organisation.
Great benefits, profile of work fairly good, and good perks. Frequent lay off affect affect office work culture and puts lot of pressure on employees at times creating negative environment. At least need to give adequate notice to employees before laying them off.
Some of the common positive attributes we hear are: This is a fun place to work. We are results oriented. Everyone here cares about each other. This is a great place to learn and grow. Conversely, here are a few of the negative descriptions we hear from employees at some organizations: You can’t speak up without fear of retribution. I don’t feel trusted to do my job. We work in silos. I don’t see how my work contributes to the overall goals of the company.
It's the best place to learn, Work life balance.AMD works on cutting-edge technologies and it's a good place for those people who love to play with processors internals and graphics card. Here you can work independently.
Good place to work
Management is not aggressive
I joined AMD in 2008, almost a decade ago. I truly enjoyed my time there. I was part of sales and marketing team and it being a nimble team allowed us lot of autonomy. Good work life balance and great people to work with. Made some fantastic connection there and truly a great org from tech prospective.
People, Nimble teams, good work life balance
Compensation, job security owing to company results.
Work environment is good which is more important thing in Work place. The management team is good and responsive for any concern employee has. Different culture people work under same roof and have good work policy
Free lunch and transport, work from home
AMD was so far the best company i worked with. It gave every employee complete freedom to do what they want to do and how to do their business. Only thing missing was the power to control market due to lack of marketing funds that competition use to throw to partners.