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Intel Diversity AwardsFortune’s “100 Best” leads Intel’s honors for progressive workplace standards. The leading example: Intel is featured in Fortune magazine’s 2012 list of “100 Best Companies to Work For.” Ranked at No. 46 for its plan to create thousands of new jobs in the next three years, Intel is embarking on more than $6 billion in new projects. We’re also recognized for diversity by a host of other industry publications and organizations, including these recent honors: • Diversity Employers magazine – No. 16 in Top 100 • Universum employer branding company – No. 91 (14 for engineering) • Experience – Among the best places to work for RCGs • Corporate Quality Index – 100% • Training Top 125 – No. 21 • Diversity MBA magazine 50 Out-Front Companies for Diversity Leadership – No. 46 • Careers & the disABLED, a top 50 employer – No. 44 • Minority Engineer magazine, a top 50 employer – No. 38 • National Association for Female Executives (NAFE) – 2011, 2010 Top Companies for Executive Women Read the full Intel Diversity Awards Paper.
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