Robert Swan, Chief Executive Officer, Intel Corporation
"Building a better world is our business and we feel a sense of responsibility to lead the industry in diversity and inclusion. When every employee feels they have a voice and sense of belonging, Intel can be more innovative, agile, and competitive to achieve our greatest ambitions."
Sandra Rivera, Executive Vice President & Chief People Officer, Intel Corporation
"Tapping into the richness of our diverse workforce is key to driving future growth. Intel will continue to be transparent about our progress and our challenges, so we can partner with our customers and ecosystem to find better solutions together."
Our 2019 Diversity Report
Intel is in the middle of a journey. With bold goals and a strategic vision, together, we are evolving Intel’s culture. Now is the time to build on our momentum. See highlights below or read the full report.
A Snapshot of Our People1
Product and Performance Information
Data is U.S. workforce as of Oct. 1, 2019. Ethnicity categories use EEOC ethnicity definitions. Percentages may not add up to 100% due to rounding and/or uncategorized employees. Employees with unreported ethnicity chose not to self-identify their race on the date that data was pulled. Intel complies with federal regulations and uses post-employment records to identify the gender, race, and ethnicity of individuals who do not self-identify. These updates are done on a quarterly basis. Definition of "Technical" is based on Intel internal job codes and reflects technical job requirements. "Entry Level" refers to salary grades 2 to 5 and equivalent grades and hourly grades. "Experienced" includes salary grades 6 to 7 and equivalent grades. “Senior” includes salary grades 8 to 9 and equivalent grades. "Directors" contains salary grades 10 to 11 and equivalent grades. “Executives” refers to salary grades 12 + and equivalent grades.