Intel corporation, one of the best and biggest engineering companies in the world has had to make a reality check. Those are tough times for any company or individual, tough but essential if you’re going to survive. Intel is going to survive, make no mistake about that. Employment levels, like office space are things you never can seem to get right when you’re running a company, you’re always a little short, or have a bit too many in the wrong place no matter how well you plan. Life always throws you a curve, and usually after you’ve made the purchase. How many presidents and CFOs have said, Damn, and we just signed a 5-year lease. Or, how the hell are we going to keep up with demand if we can’t find the engineers? Read more on: GraphicSpeak
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