8.3 / 10

(based on 43 ratings in 2014)


"Intel has something called WIN (Women in Intel Network) which works globally and in local smaller groups to support women in this industry and works to fight the imbalance ratio on men to women in tech environment."
Graduate, Kildare
"Intel is a very fair employer and I have seen no issues to date regarding diversity."
Graduate, Leixlip
"The company are running a programme aimed solely at encouraging women to enter engineering fields. They is a large cultural diversity here due to the company being a global leader. They aim to hire the best regardless of where you're from or you ethnic background."
Graduate, Leixlip
"The company has a strong focus on women in science. People working on-site are from countries from all over the world. I have heard mixed reviews about retention."
Graduate, Leixlip
"The company is a multinational company therefore its workforce contains people from many different types of cultures, etc."
Graduate, Dublin
"I work with people from all over the world both male and female, several religions, all these factors do not in any way help or hinder progression as if you are suitable you're picked."
Graduate, Leixlip
"Everything to do with fairness and equality in the workplace is embedded into Intel's core values."
Graduate, Leixlip
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