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Intel Is Featured In The Diversity Inc. Top 50 List


Intel manages to pass the rigorous survey of Diversity Inc. and finds its place in the top 50 companies’ list.

Dailycsr.com – 28 May 2019 – Diversity Inc. printed out the “Top 50 Companies list”, wherein Intel was features at the 50th spot, while last year the same had been included among the “Noteworthy Company”. The Top 50 list of the Diversity Inc. is generated based on exclusive submissions of corporate surveys.
Moreover, every company is evaluated within its own industrial context. The said survey seems to be the “most rigorous, data-driven analysis” that gauges “detailed demographics” on the basis of “race/ethnicity and gender”, while of the of the largest employers of the U.S. also come under its radar. The initiative is a drive to better assess, “hire, retain and promote women, minorities, people with disabilities, LGBTQ and veterans”.
In fact, the survey supervises the “human capital outcomes”, which in turn is connected with the “best practices” for promoting “the advancement of underrepresented groups in the workplace”. The survey results are seen in high regards amid “media, corporations, government agencies, academia and the public at large” due to its exhaustive scrutiny which vets data and tracks “real diversity on the ground”.
Here is the list which is comprised through “sophisticated SAS software” for company analysis, as mentioned by Intel:
  • Talent Pipelines: workforce breakdown, recruitment, diameter of existing talent
  • Talent Development: employee resource groups, mentoring, philanthropy, movement and fairness
  • Leadership Accountability: responsibility for results, communication and visibility
  • Supplier Diversity: percent of Tier I and Tier II spend with minority, women, LGBTQ, disability and veteran-owned businesses
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If you want to know more about the commitments of Intel in the field of inclusion and diversity, visit the given link: