Avis sur NVIDIA
92 % le recommanderaient à un ami
(4231 avis au total)
98 % approuvent le PDG
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- 5,021 nov. 2023Senior Hardware EngineerEmployé actuel
Flexibility in so many forms- when you work, where you work, what you work on. It does very much feel like my career is in my hands, and that the company is genuinely just interested in matching whatever I am able to contribute with the larger goals. And it's amazing having every person you work with be one of the best in the world at what they do.
All of the pros are double edged swords. They come with the crushing weight of knowing that nothing is ever enough and everything is on you. There is seriously no such thing as giving 110% here. If you can handle more than you're currently doing, then you have failed at pushing yourself and proactively taking on more responsibilities. Most of the people around you (that have survived) have already been pushing themselves to constantly grow like this for many years and you'll likely never catch up. It requires knowing yourself very well to be able to accurately see where you fit, to set your own boundaries so that you bend without breaking, and then to clearly communicate those boundaries so that noone is expecting more. If you can't do that here you're guaranteed to become stressed out beyond imagination, to disappointment your peers, and be unable to prove your worth.
- 5,028 nov. 2023Employé anonymeEmployé actuel, plus de 10 ans
When prospective candidates ask what I love most about working at NVIDIA, I tell them that it is a very flat structure in the sense that you can work with anyone and not be encumbered by a hierarchy. The job is the mission is a familiar mantra.
NVIDIA is not for everyone. The work is very challenging and demanding. It is a fast paced environment where intellectual honesty is a requirement. This is not a company for those looking to 'coast'
- 5,029 nov. 2023VP Business OperationsEmployé actuel, plus de 10 ansSanta Clara, CA
Great company, outstanding people, even better culture. Organization is flat, some of the best engineering talent in Si Valley. Senior management is top notch. Company is very innovative and willing to place big bets, very nimble.
For me there are none. An outstanding place to work if you love what you do.
- 5,029 nov. 2023Sr. EngineerEmployé actuel, plus d'un anBengaluru
I joined Nvidia in 2021. Here are some pros based upon experience till now : Excellent Work Culture No micro management No restrict timings or office hours Work from home Excellent people Pay wise also it's good
Didn't find much of it
- 5,030 nov. 2023Senior UX DesignerEmployé actuel, plus d'un an
Fast moving Innovative Encourages people to create their own career path
If you don't mind wearing a few hats then this isn't a con at all.
- 5,023 oct. 2023Principal Software EngineerEmployé actuel, plus de 5 ansSanta Clara, CA
Great outlook with the future of AI, GFx is doing up-down ok and Automotive is still WIP Still lots of good people with the "old culture"
Some management plays toxic politics that costs people issues up to to loose a job New hiring got new (mostly bad) culture1
- 3,06 oct. 2023Software EngineerEmployé actuel, plus de 3 ans
Comp (salary, RSUs) is good, ESPP is solid, CEO is passionate and his vision is far-reaching, wide variety of technologies across the company to choose from.
Networking business unit is run incredibly top-down, stifling ideas, passion, constructive criticism, improvements and feedback from the boots on the ground. Difficult to manage up or extend influence in team/product direction. Metrics have become self-serving, existing only to provide upper management self-justification rather than actually tracking indicators of useful outcomes. BU-specific policies directly contradict CEO messaging regarding culture in company all-hands. NBU employees are required to work-from-office 3x/week and open reqs have been revoked for teams not meeting in-office attendance quota. PTO requests for >1 week require approval from 4 levels of NBU management. The "top priority" changes multiple times a week, making it difficult to effectively dedicate time/effort towards driving a task from start to finish.
FAQ sur les avis concernant NVIDIA
NVIDIA a une note générale de 4,6 sur 5, selon plus de 5 279 avis laissés anonymement par ses employés. 92 % des employés recommanderaient à un ami de travailler chez NVIDIA et 90 % pensent que la perspective commerciale de l'entreprise est positive. Cette note est restée stable au cours des 12 derniers mois.
92 % des employés recommanderaient à un ami de travailler chez NVIDIA, selon les avis Glassdoor. Les employés donnent également à NVIDIA la note de 4,1 sur 5 en ce qui concerne l'équilibre vie professionnelle/vie privée, 4,5 pour la culture et les valeurs et 4,4 pour les opportunités de carrière.