Intel received a perfect score of 100 percent for the second consecutive year on the 2016 Corporate Equality Index (CEI), a national benchmarking survey and report on corporate policies and practices related to LGBT workplace equality, administered by the Human Rights Campaign Foundation.
Glassdoor has announced the winners of its inaugural Candidates' Choice Awards—and Intel is very proud to be among them. The awards recognize employers with the best interview experience, according to those who know it best—the job candidates themselves. Based solely on feedback shared by job candidates on Glassdoor over the past year, Intel was rated the highest in our industry.
For the ninth consecutive year, Intel was included in the 2015 Working Mother 100 Best Companies list, and Intel's Sandra Rivera, vice president in the Data Center Group and general manager of the Network Platforms Group was named Intel's Working Mother of the Year. Working Mother's annual list, celebrating its 30th year, recognizes companies for their commitment to progressive workplace programs, including advancement of women, flexibility, child care and paid parental leave. The list is featured in the October/November print issue of Working Mother.
FORTUNE has named Diane Bryant, senior vice president and general manager, Data Center Group at Intel to its Most Powerful Women in Business list, ranking #43. This year marks Bryant’s first appearance on the list. The list is compiled by the editors of FORTUNE, and criteria include the importance of the woman's business in the global economy, health and direction of the business, career arc, and cultural influence.
Intel was once again included on DiversityMBA's 50 Out Front Best Places for Women & Diverse Managers to Work list which recognizes the top 50 companies that are working to increase the advancement of women and people of color into leadership positions. DiversityMBA evaluated companies on recruitment and retention, representation, workplace inclusion, succession planning and accountability. Intel is dedicated to increasing the representation of women and under-represented minorities.
Intel is proud to be recognized for its successful efforts to eliminate conflict minerals from its supply chain, which Fortune called, "an achievement many had thought impossible" in its inaugural "Change the World" list of top 50 companies that have made an impact on major global social or environmental problems.