Intel Corporation, the world's largest semiconductor chip maker based on revenue, pushes the boundaries of innovation to make people's lives more exciting, fulfilling, and manageable.

For more than 40 years, Intel has challenged the status quo, always looking for the next innovation in technology, education, culture, manufacturing, and social responsibility. This interactive document shows you a bit more about Intel and how our workplace, benefits, and initiatives support our employees and their families. As you navigate through the different topics, click on Employee Perspectives to see cool photos and read what our employees think about working at Intel.

Naturally, we think Intel is a great place to work and has great people and great technology. We hope after seeing more of our programs in action, you'll think so, too.

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Intel

Great People. Great Technology. Great Place To Work.

Intel Corporation, the world’s largest semiconductor chip maker based on revenue, pushes the boundaries of innovation to make people’s lives more exciting, fulfilling, and manageable.

For more than 40 years, Intel has challenged the status quo, always looking for the next innovation in technology, education, culture, manufacturing, and social responsibility. This interactive document shows you a bit more about Intel and how our workplace, benefits, and initiatives support our employees and their families. As you navigate through the different topics, click on Employee Perspectives to see cool photos and read what our employees think about working at Intel.

Naturally, we think Intel is a great place to work and has great people and great technology. We hope after seeing more of our programs in action, you’ll think so, too.

Inspiring

Our employees know that Intel continually pushes the boundaries of technology and creates products that change the world, and this drives everyone at Intel to seek challenges, take risks, get involved, and deliver exceptional results. The personal satisfaction of knowing it’s not just “what we make: but “what we make possible- that inspires us-and to that end, Intel employees are committed to volunteering.

2-Way Communication

Speaking
Credibility and trust are crucial elements of the manager-employee relationship, and we communicate good and bad news with equal honesty. With a mix of traditional and high-tech communication channels, managers are able to share information with employees efficiently and effectively

Listening
Intel employees’ voices are heard through multiple channels where they can make suggestions to our managers and senior leaders and be pan of decisions related to their jobs. Employees are not shy about asking tough questions, demanding straight answers, and expressing their opinions in numerous forums. As a technology leader, we have embraced many of the emerging social media tools to communicate with our employees-blogs, webcasts, podcasts, virtual chats-to deliver information with tremendous reach across the company.

Thanking

Recognition at Intel is an on-going, integral part of our culture. Employees can be acknowledged instantly by each other or their managers or receive more formal recognition at staff or department meetings. Of course, innovation is our lifeblood and we encourage employees to disclose their “next big idea” with Invention Disclosure Awards. Group Recognition Awards and Division Recognition Awards are also presented to teams who demonstrate leadership on a critical program or project and deliver outstanding business results. Intel’s highest company honors include the Intel Achievement Award and Intel Quality Award for outstanding accomplishments that have had a significant impact on our business and boosts competitiveness.

Developing

Last year, Intel invested $374 million in employee training and development, offering our employees significant opportunities to challenge and develop themselves on the job, through formal education and training, and with coaching and mentoring. Two popular programs are Intel’s Tuition Assistance Program and Intel Learning and Development.

Work Life

Balancing
At Intel, we strive to help our employees optimize their productivity and improve their quality of life through work/life balance, We offer a variety of programs to help employees-from on- site day care to on-site dry cleaning, from the new parent reintegration program to elder care programs, from flexible work options to the employee assistance program, Intel provides access to a variety of work/life resources to ensure that all employees and their families are physically, emotionally, and mentally fit.

Supporting
Intel has worked to create an environment that supports the needs of different employees-from working parents to those with eldercare responsibilities. and from frequent travelers to those pursuing educational goals. We offer a wide range of flexible work options. Including alternative start/stop times, compressed workweeks. pan-time options, Job sharing, flex time, compensatory time off, and telecommuting.

In addition to traditional benefit plans. Intel has several unique health and wellness programs that set the company apart. including Health for Life and an eight week: paid sabbatical. Health for Life helps employees and their families live healthier lifestyles and includes a health evaluation, an online health risk assessment. and on-site personal health coaching. Employees with seven years of service are given a two month sabbatical to relax and rejuvenate so they return to work: with fresh ideas and new perspectives. And with prior written approval. an employee can extend his or her sabbatical up to six months to engage in teaching. public service, or exceptional educational opportunities.

Including
Intel’s workforce successfully represents our numerous communities, customers, vendors, and colleagues around the globe. Our diversity has enabled us to anticipate and provide for the needs of a changing marketplace. Intel promotes equal opportunity for all job applicants, employees, and suppliers, regardless of race, color, religion, gender, national origin, ancestry, age, marital status, sexual orientation, gender identity, veteran status, and disability. We have a wide range of diversity programs, including initiatives to address representation of women and under- represented minorities; intercultural training and mentoring; and efforts to increase the pipeline of diverse talent in science, engineering, technology, and math disciplines. We also have a robust supplier diversity program that assists women- and minority-owned small businesses interested in working with Intel.

Celebrating

“Win and Have Fun” is a key aspect of Intel’s Great Place to Work value that all employees take to heart. As citizens of the world, Intel employees mark occasions like Earth Day, Black History Month, Women’s History Month, Hispanic Heritage Month, and others with formal and informal events and activities designed to raise our consciousness of today’s most important social, political, and environmental issues.

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Intel is a leader in innovative technologies that change the way people live and work. Our every success is due to the efforts of our global, diverse workforce. We are committed to investing in our employees and celebrating the myriad of cultures, lifestyles, experiences, and ideas they have to offer.

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