Wednesday, March 1, 2017

Intel Releases 2016 Diversity and Inclusion Annual Report

Today, Intel provided updates on its annual workforce data and on progress toward its annual diversity hiring and retention goals in the 2016 Diversity and Inclusion Annual Report. Meeting diversity goals in 2016 demanded continued dedication to inclusive hiring practices and the introduction of innovative, research-based programs. The milestones and outcomes in the report signify the tangible results of Intel’s journey toward change and inclusion. As Intel works to fulfill its goal of full representation of women and underrepresented minorities in the U.S. workforce by 2020, it has achieved the diversity hiring and retention goals for 2016, including reaching 45.1 percent diverse hiring and retaining diverse employees better than parity. Additionally, Intel increased the overall representation of women by 2.3 percentage points since 2014, and achieved pay parity and promotion parity for women and underrepresented minorities.