Intel released its mid-year diversity report on Tuesday, showing modest strides in company-wide efforts to support more women and minorities in its workforce by 2020.
Almost seven out of ten US employees in "technical" jobs at Intel are white or Asian men.
Women are just 26% of Intel's US workforce, up slightly from the 2015 level, but still well below the nearly 47% of the nation's workers that are women.
Earlier this year, Intel announced its $300 million commitment to foster a diverse and inclusive workplace. CEO Brian Krzanich set a goal that, by 2020, Intel’s U.S. workforce would be representative of the talent available. Today, ...
A year ago, Intel chief executive Brian Krzanich pledged to make Intel’s U.S. workforce fully representative of the population when it comes to women and underrepresented minorities by 2020. He also pledged to spend more than $300 m...
Apple more than doubled the number of women, blacks and Latino workers hired in the last year, according to a report released Thursday, but the result was only an incremental improvement in its overall workforce diversity figures.
Uber's workforce overall is comprised of 36 percent women, but that number falls to 15 percent when looking at employees with technical roles, the company said.