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Anonymous shared this review of Intel Corporation, United States on Dec 13th, 2019
"While people are Intel are generally pretty good about equality, I still received comments about my gender occasionally."
Anonymous shared this review of Intel Corporation, United States on Nov 6th, 2019
"Good WLB, generous time off, and 6 months maternity + bl"
Anonymous shared this review of Intel Corporation, United States on Oct 21st, 2019
"So I think that as a woman there are definitely opportunities here. Intel got hit with a big discrimination lawsuit recently saying they had denied women and minorities pay and promotions so obviously that is a huge red flag. But personally from what I have seen it seems like a pretty welcoming place, or at least my group is. The paid maternity leave policy is not the best (for a tech company), but women do get up to 6 months off with their jobs held. Another big plus is that dad's get 8 weeks fully paid off, and almost all that I have seen actually take it and there is no discrimination when they do. "
Anonymous shared this review of Intel Corporation, United States on Sep 20th, 2019
"They were very flexible with me in the early 2000s with policies that were not the norm them. I worked remotely (and cross-country) for 4 years and was still able to manage a team. My boss was also very open to allowing me to have my nanny and baby accompany me when I traveled. "
Anonymous shared this review of Intel Corporation, United States on Aug 15th, 2019
"There is absolutely no maternity leave pay and only the minimum of 12 weeks FMLA is offered. You are only allotted 5 days of sick time a year and 10 days of vacation. "
"This is an overall very inclusive environment. You will occasionally encounter a few men who think less of women but I would say that its a small number. I feel my opinion is valued here and the community allows my skills to prosper."
"This is a great environment to work in. You are responsible for your own learning and that forces you to grow and discover a lot about yourself. Work here if you like to challenge yourself. "
"Intel is a place that values inclusiveness and great culture."
"It's a great place to work and an intern I feel I'm included in the team as well"
"Everyone is treated equally and it is a great place to work."
"It's a really great place to work. Women are treated with respect"
"Intel is a great place to work and everyone is treated equally here."
"Even though the gender balance is way off, everyone seems to be nice."
"People were very welcoming and very nice regardless of what gender I am."
"Intel is a very respectful environment for women and men to be working equally side by side!"
"Overall I feel my opinion is valued but there is always room for growth and I think Intel is making those strides"
"I think Intel is a great place to work as it promotes diversity and inclusion of all people."
"There are many Women in Tech events here and most of the teams are very diverse."
"It's a great time. It feels like you're in a team here."
"The most kickass people I know who work here are women! Men and women alike are not only valued equally, but also given equal opportunities to succeed in the workplace. Diversity is also a strong value within Intel's work culture, so women - especially women of color - are encouraged to participate and make meaningful contributions. Senior management somewhat lacks in diversity and representation, but I've noticed Intel is making efforts in recent years to change this. "
"I feel like I am treated equally to my male peers."
"The representation here is good although it can get better. Also, I feel like my work and opinions matter to the company and coworkers; this wasn't always the case at other companies I have worked for. "
Anonymous shared this review of Intel Corporation, United States on Aug 2nd, 2019
"There is lots of representation here and the atmosphere is very welcoming."
Anonymous shared this review of Intel Corporation, United States on Aug 1st, 2019
"Intel strives to keep a safe and productive working environment. It is an amazing place to work"
"Yes! Its a great place to work and the work culture here is great."
"Maternity leave benefits are wonderful here. Being a mom is not a barrier to having a kick ass career."
"Everyone is very inclusive and supportive. Everyone is always willing to help."
"Fantastic work life balance. Women are in leadership and there is a healthy amount of diversity you can see in the leadership. "
"Have never felt anything less than equal. Feedback from peers is when surrounded by diversity we only succeed more. Great place to work. "
"Almost everyone I have met is willing to help out with any questions or even to help plan your career."
"The culture depends on the group you're in - the one I am in is great an extremely supportive but I know all may not be that lucky"
"they are very inclusive and welcoming to all sorts of individuals"
"This is a highly inclusive workplace. All of my coworkers are highly understanding and respectful of my beliefs and background."
"Intel Corporation promotes innovation and excellence. The work environment is fast-paced and challenging, and each day pushes me to meet my work and overall career-oriented goals. My managers care about my learning and growth as an individual, and I find that very valuable. Intel wants us to grow and take our skills further in our life -- whether at Intel or beyond."
"Very inclusive and welcoming culture, lots of opportunities for growth and trying different positions in various business groups"
"This company will consider your talent, regardless of your gender"
"Amazing place to work, discrimination free environment, and fantastic benefits for everyone. "
"Don't be afraid to speak out and voice your opinions or concerns. Almost everyone is extremely understanding and considerate. There is no room for intimidation. Only room for inspiration :)"
"They treat you as an equal and empower women to take control of their career here. I love my job!"
"They treat the women here just like any other employee would be treated. No special treatment. "
"It's a great company for work life balance and to advance your career beyond what you have experience in."
"It's great company. There are a lot of women doing awesome things and generally, I feel very comfortable working here. "
"This company strives for inclusion and diversity. Definitely something to look for in a company!"
"It is definitely a great place to work for everyone! no matter what your gender is :)"
"This is a great place to network and be inspired by women who are leaders "
"Perfect if you're looking for work-life balance and lots of flexibility! The managers are very understanding if you need to take random time off as long as you get your work done."
"Not enough senior women staff in some of the teams."
"this is an empowering place where other women also prosper"
"Come in ready and with some goals in mind that you'd like to accomplish so you give yourself the chance to experience the breadth of all that is offered."
"Intel strives to be as inclusive as possible to women in the workplace."
"people are always willing to help and great additional benefits and mentor ship opportunities"
"It's a great environment to work in and everyone is very involved!"
"it is a great place to work you should work here"
"Women still seem to be underrepresented, but there are a lot in leadership roles and that are looked up to and respected. "
"As a woman, I would highly recommend intel as a place for women to pursue a career. Intel is highly motivated to include and support people of all ethnicities, genders, etc. and the culture in the workplace really shows. Everyone is treated equally and with respect. Happy to work for such a great company."
"Great company to work and you'll find women in every role you can imagine. Intel takes equality between men and women seriously."
"It is a great place to work and though there aren't as many men as women, we are definitely treated fairly."
"I really believe that everyone here is treated equally no matter what you identify as."
"It is a great place to work for everyone. More than 70% of my team are women and I feel great about it"
"Everyone is super helpful and welcoming. I think it is a great place to work."
"Intel is the place to be! Working with talented and intelligent people, you never stop learning. The welcoming atmosphere created by the team at Intel helps you integrate with the team much quicker. "
"Intel tries their best to retain talent here. A lot of programs are active that are geared towards women at Intel and are very productive."
"Feel free to ask anyone for queries as they're super helpful"
"Very diverse - I am always comfortable and although there is a high ratio between men and women, women are always treated equally and more are being hired. "
"Intel advocates the true spirit of feminism - equality betweenmen and woman. A safe environment for women to grow and excel"
"Honestly it's been great. It's a very friendly and professional environment. Other women are good about helping each other to succeed and I have not felt my opinions or insights dismissed (by men or women) because I am a woman. "
"As a female engineer, I haven't experienced any different treatment than my male counterparts! "
"Always other smart women around, I haven't experienced any discrimination or harassment in any way!"
"Very diverse and inclusive workplace, many internal programs to promote inclusivity"
"Women have such a huge role in this company. All the women I've worked with inspire me to work extremely hard and are super motivating. "
"Great place to work, amazing colleagues and challenging projects. You’ll enjoy for sure. "
"Great place to work. Amazing colleagues and projects. Management very supportive "
"Women in tech is a growing industry and Intel offers many resources and groups that support women in tech!"
"Intel offers you a solid opportunity to grow and to advance through the company."
"Intel offers great opportunities to move up through the company"
"You really need to stand up for yourself if you want to make it far. Also, Intel is rewarding all interns for writing reviews, so be careful of what you see."
"The opportunities at Intel are endless and it truly is what you make of it. Speak up and your voice will be heard!"
"Everyone is treated with much respect and there are many women in poritions of leadership."
"Hours are flexible, make your priorities clear and shape your career around what is most important to you. Women definitely have a seat at the table. Get to know people across the company, not just within your own department!"
Anonymous shared this review of Intel Corporation, Costa Rica on Jul 12th, 2019
"Intel has being a growth school, opportunities are available for career develpment, culture aboud Diversity and Inclusion is Key for belonging sense. "
"Great work culture, manager, mentors and coworkers are supportive and helpful."
"There is an open-minded and welcoming culture here, to ensure that employees feel safe to communicate their thoughts and ideas at the workplace."
"Feel free to reach out to anyone in case of queries, every one is super friendly."
"Feel free to reach out to anyone in case of queries"
"Considering the industry there are a lot of women so it's nice walking around and having other women to visit with."
"The two year rotation program is taken very seriously, especially at the lower/entry levels. Make sure you network like crazy and keep your options open"
"Honestly, from what I can see, there are quite a few women leaders at the lower team level, but a lot of the executives are white men (you can see this yourself on the Intel executives page). I suppose this will change soon - assuming that the effort to integrate more women into leadership roles has only started recently, it does take time for women to filter up to the higher positions. However, if you are an ambitious young women, I don't know if this is the place for you, as I am sure there are more microaggressions and hidden obstacles for your upward mobility. "
"As a woman, I have always felt included and supported in anything that I want to accomplish at Intel. "
"There are more women than men atleast in my office who are in Leadership Roles. So great chances for a career growth."
"Hours are flexible, especially in the mornings. Everyone is very kind and will help you out if you need anything."
"It's a great place to work! There are a lot of inspiring and talented women that work here and are placed in leadership positions. All women are easily approachable and are able to seek mentorship from :) "
"This is a great place to work with many opportunities to advance in your career."
Anonymous shared this review of Intel Corporation, United States on Jul 5th, 2019
"Considering the industry there are a lot women that work here which makes it feel very nice to walk around and engage with other women in the field."
"Intel is very inclusive and pushes for policies of diversity. It encourages hiring women, especially women of color and supports all cultures."
"An excellent place to work for especially for women. The added advantages for interns is same like for the full timers hence a wonderful place for interns as well."
"Very inclusive environment, low tolerance for workplace issues. Overall, amazing environment!"
"It's a great working environment, workmates and managers are nice and knowledgeable!"
"Good experience, you learn a lot and there's many opportunities for you to grow."
"Great overall community and environment, and, people of all backgrounds are treated equally."
"intel is an all inclusive environment for men and women alike."
"While I am relatively new to Intel, I have already seen the ways woman have an impact at Intel. While working here my direct manager has been a woman along with 4 of my team members. I would say that if you are determined there is nothing that you can’t achieve here at Intel. As long as you are self-driven and working towards the betterment of not only Intel, but yourself, the sky seems to truly be the limit."
"Intel is very welcoming of women and puts in a lot of work to ensure the environment is welcoming and positive. They create opportunities within Intel for women to succeed, have internal support systems, and encourage women to explore STEM via funding and volunteer events for the local communities. The environment is very inclusive and the flexibility they provide is fantastic. It's a huge weight off my shoulders to know that I can arrange something with my manager, even if it's a short notice family emergency. Truly a great, accommodating, welcoming place to work."
"There are many opportunities at Intel. As long as you work hard, you will progress."
"As a female, I have never felt excluded or under minded at work. I feel included and whenever my manager stops by my cubical, she ensures I have everything I need to excel in my job."
"It's a very inclusive, flexible environment. Diversity is celebrated, there are lots of opportunities to move around and try new things."
"Many of the leadership positions are held by women with non-technical and technical backgrounds."
"There is a good amount of freedom to have a life outside of work, but the culture can feel male-dominated at times. "
"I was not expecting to have so many women on my team. My team is mostly women and super supportive!"
"Good place to work, I think they are trying their best to make it an inclusive place for everyone! "
"This is an amazing place to work and I feel like I belong here! :) "
"Building your network will help you succeed. If you have concerns, someone is always happy to listen. "
"Diversity is important to Intel, and they do a good job of showing that. "
"In addition to the good company culture, there is also an employee group specifically for empowering women at Intel."
"I'm not sure of the ability to move up in management for women, but I do know that pay scales for engineers are solely based on merit and ability. There are a few managers who are women, but not many. Overall, it is a very diverse company (as far as engineering companies go) and I have not experienced or seen anything that would lead me to believe women aren't treated fairly."
"Pretty inclusive. Pretty diverse in my team. Everyone is pretty nice to each other. "
"Hardwork, determination, intelligence, and creativity are valued here. Do wonderful."
"Diversity and inclusion can always improve no matter how you look at it and Intel is one of the few companies out there who acknowledge that while actively working on it. It's an amazing place to work."
"Laid back, Flexible, Open, Helpful, Slow moving, Can compensate more"
"This is a great place to work, everyone is very supportive and there are lots of opportunities for growth!"
"Intel provides great benefits for women. There is paid maternity leave, private rooms for mothers, and special parking for expecting mothers. There is also flexibility in the workplace."
"Intel is a great place to work because of it's of innovative products and great work environment! "
"Men and women are treated equally, and there's a strong company policy and culture towards this."
"The ratio of women to men could be better, but you will be respected if you work hard."
"Looking for a challenging, yet rewarding company to work for? Look no further than Intel."
"Diversity and inclusion is important to me and if it is to you, Intel is the company. The company promotes diversity because it knows that it is a stronger company when different people work together. A person's uniqueness and individuality is celebrated here at Intel. I LOVE IT!"
"Assorted variety and incorporation is critical to me and on the off chance that it is Intel is the organization. The organization advances decent variety since it realizes that it is a more grounded organization when various individuals cooperate. An individual's uniqueness and singularity is praised here at Intel."
"Work life balance is possible here! Intel creates an environment to foster happy and healthy employees to thrive"
"We have some clubs for woman. And even group exercises for women too."
"Women engineers are treated equally on my team and even outnumber the men. I don't feel any discrimination, and there are different races and cultures here. I don't see a lot of women in leadership positions though. "
"It's very diverse, plenty of women in leadership and on teams. Lots of people of different ethnicities; making it a great place to work."
"Great work life balance. Stress free environment with a lot of scope for continuous learning."
"Definitely a good place to work. Very conducive environment for growth. Equal unbiased opportunities are given to all!"
"I've worked a job at a company (not Intel) where they said they valued women, but I was one of four women on a floor of 100 people. I was the only woman under 25 at that job too. It's completely different at Intel. You can tell they take care to employ an inclusive workforce, with emphasis on treating each other with respect. "
"Be mindful that there are people that have been working at Intel for a very long time and maybe have not made the shift in mindset that the company's culture has in the past 5 years. In technical positions, do not expect an even split between men and women in the workplace. Find mentors that will push you to grow personally and professionally."
"This is a great company that offers various opportunities for both women and men. "
"women are treated equally and I have never been discriminated against"
"This place is very inclusive to everybody who works here. You can always feel like somebody is looking out for you"
"I think that Intel is a great company for women to work at. I have never felt that I was treated any differently than male employees and there are plenty of organizations and company policies that support the female employees."
"There are appallingly few opportunities to develop on technical track in the factory system. It appears that there are efforts to improve the pipeline but so far the best way to progress as an individual contributor is to leave for TD or shift over to a support group. If you are interested in management, however, the pathway is better defined and there is much better female representation."
"I really enjoy it, and joined partially because of their diversity initiatives. Would like to see these be more available though and more of them. "
"I would tell another woman that there are lots of boss women here and that you will find women who are admirable; however, since this is a large tech corporation, you will have to work with a lot of men. On my team of 6, 2 of us are women. When my internship ends in August, the other woman on my team will be alone, but there is no issue with her holding her own. To me, she's one of those boss women who I admire at this company."
"A great place to learn and contribute. However, Intel does have the positives and negatives of a big company environment. "
"It's a very inclusive workplace. They work to increase the women to men ratio."
"Though the older (on the way out) generation is very monothematic, the company is hiring fervently from a much younger and extremely diverse demographic "
"I would recommend all women to work at Intel. This community is very welcoming to people of all identities and it treats everyone with fairness and respect. "
"Intel does not discriminate based on gender. If you have the necessary skills and characteristics of a great employee, you can be hired by Intel. "
"I'm a woman and I don't feel discriminated at Intel. However, at least in the computer/electrical engineering field, there are still not a lot of women (I'm an intern and there's only one woman on my team of 8)"
"It's awesome! such a great place to work. I feel that everyone cares about me here"
"Assorted variety and consideration is imperative to me and in the event that Intel is the organization. The organization advances decent variety since it realizes that it is a more grounded organization when various individuals cooperate. An individual's uniqueness and independence is praised here at Intel."
"In my limited experience with the company so far, I have noticed that people are overall pretty flexible and accommodating. People understand that a work-life balance is important and strive to honor that. "
Anonymous shared this review of Intel Corporation, United States on Jun 25th, 2019
"What you will get by working at Intel: Career growth, impactful work, flexibility, support system. The pace is pretty intense and you have to drive & manage how much you give. Intel will take all of your time if you let them. There is a commitment to diversity and inclusion and it shows most of the time. There is always room to improve inclusion."
Anonymous shared this review of Intel Corporation, United States on May 31st, 2019
"Inclusion is a high priority at Intel. They strive to create high diversity"
"Work-life balance is possible and here at Intel! I've been at Intel for less than a year and as a woman, Work-life balance is very important to me. Mothers, I've seen children on campus. If it's Spring Break or Christmas Vacation, know that you have the flexibility to drop by the office with your kids. Single ladies, there are salsa dancing classes and mixers onsite. Plenty of different ways to meet new people. These are just some examples, but the company promotes balance. It truly is a great place to work. "
"Diversity and inclusion is important to me and if it is to you, Intel is the company. The company promotes diversity because it knows that it is a stronger company when different people work together. A person's uniqueness and individuality is celebrated here at Intel. I LOVE IT! "
"FInd an amazing female leader or mentor to help you navigate."
"Intel cares about our development. I'm back to college to get my second degree and Intel is helping with financial assistance, but also provides me with the job opportunities aligned to my career path. I have been at Intel for 12 years so far. The best Place to Work!"
"Apply to the job even if the job description asks for more qualifications than you possess. "
"Intel is a role model company in being an inclusive place to work, you'll feel valued and that what you do is meaningful! "
"Great promotion opportunity and you have the flexibility to move to different roles. "
"Intel is a wonderful company to work with countless career opportunities, amazing benefits, flexibility, sabbatical, bonding leave, and much more! Over the last several years I've seen Intel leaders truly embracing diversity and inclusion creating a better platform for female employees to have a stronger voice and more women in leadership roles. "
Anonymous shared this review of Intel Corporation, United States on May 21st, 2019
"Intel is a great place to work. I feel valued and listened to. "
"Great supportive culture. Extraordinary women leaders who truly care about supporting and mentoring other women in the organization. "
"There is a lot of rigor, and lot of work and a lot of "feedback." And remember, feedback is "a gift.""
Anonymous shared this review of Intel Corporation, United States on May 15th, 2019
"Intel treats employees very fairly. There are numerous programs to support women, both in advancing our careers and with personal life (8 weeks bonding leave, flexible schedule upon return from maternity leave etc). We have a very successful women's network, Women at Intel Network, which offers mentorship, support, meet-ups, educational programs etc for women around the world. Health benefits are also excellent here, and very supportive of families/children. The expectations are high, and hours can be challenging, but there is also a degree of flexibility in shifting hours, work from home, etc. Coworkers are supportive of parents who need to leave early for school pick-ups or to attend a Kindergartner's spring performance, etc."
Anonymous shared this review of Intel Corporation on Mar 26th, 2019
"Intel is a great place to work and believes in gender equality, diversity, meritocracy. "
Anonymous shared this review of Intel Corporation on Mar 22nd, 2019
"Find a female manager who has a feminist side agenda and you may do well. This is a good place to start out in your career but there is a ceiling and this company tends to promote based on tenure. "
Anonymous shared this review of Intel Corporation on Jan 31st, 2019
"Great place to work. Fair, supportive and focused on diverse workforce."
Anonymous shared this review of Intel Corporation on Jan 8th, 2019
"I was able to navigate my career and still have a family, which is rare at tech companies."
Anonymous shared this review of Intel Corporation on Oct 26th, 2018
"us their learning tools. first 2-3 years will be a grind, but after sometime, things should start sailing more smoothly. keep asking management what they expect from you for promotion, and make sure you get what you want. don't just blindly do what manager says, although most of the time you will have to, but ask questions. technically don't hold yourself back. ask questions, in meetings, and when starting projects, make sure to ask questions and doubts early on, rather than wait"
Anonymous shared this review of Intel Corporation on Jun 1st, 2018
"To grow into a leadership role, you will need to sacrifice significant personal time - before/after hours, weekends, etc. But if you're just looking for a good, stable career, you can generally manage your hours with just a bit of off-hours work."
Anonymous shared this review of Intel Corporation on May 23rd, 2018
"It’s incredibly ethical, the opportunities are plentiful, you can bring your whole self and talents to work. "
Anonymous shared this review of Intel Corporation on May 7th, 2018
"Depending on what group you are working in the opportunities for advancement varies."