Intel Named One of the 100 Best Companies for Working Mothers | Intel Newsroom

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What’s New: Working Mother magazine announced today that Intel is on the magazine’s 100 Best Companies list for the 12th consecutive year. Working Mother’s 100 Best Companies list evaluates and honors companies of any industry that successfully help employees integrate home and work life. The Working Mother editorial team considers every aspect that impacts working mothers, including parental leave, phasing back after leave, fertility benefits, adoption, child- and dependent-care benefits, flexible scheduling, mentoring, sponsorship and opportunities for advancement.

“At Intel, our unifying purpose is to create world-changing technology that enriches the lives of every person on Earth. We are honored to be included on Working Mother’s 100 Best Companies list for the 12th consecutive year, and we are proud to be recognized for creating an environment where all of our employees feel supported at work and at home.”
–Sandra Rivera, Intel executive vice president and chief people officer

Why It Matters: Intel puts its employees first. With a long history of integrating corporate responsibility into its operations, Intel has expanded its efforts to support employees, especially during COVID-19. For parents and families, Intel is providing additional resources to adjust to the home office while many take on new roles, such as remote educators. Resources include remote learning guides to support families at home, and parent groups to share tips and tricks to managing at-home life.

These enhancements are part of Intel’s continued investment in benefits to support employee well-being. By enhancing its paid-leave benefits, Intel allows employees to focus on their families and loved ones in times of need, so they can return to work with the proper support. This makes Intel a better place to work for everyone.

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