Intel Corporation Benefits
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Which benefits does Intel Corporation provide?
Current and former employees report that Intel Corporation provides the following benefits. It may not be complete.
Insurance, Health & Wellness
Employee Benefit Reviews
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- Vacation & Paid Time Off(1003 comments)
‘Intel offers sabbatical leave which is very good’
- Health Insurance(492 comments)
‘Private Insurance provided by company’
- 401K Plan(285 comments)
‘No 401k in india , pf is available’
401k is good match for company
Great benefits at Intel. Good healthcare
Great benefits! Some of the best in the industry.
all over it is good
Personal Investment Chatter
I am starting personal investment now- please tell me if this plan looks good: - Already have a 401k plan with max matching form my employer - invest in 5000$ in S&P ETF - invest 5000$ each in AAPL, AMZN, GOOGL,MSFT - invest 1000$ each in Netflix, ADP and Home Depot - invest 500$ each in Intel, Nike,Walmart and T-Mobile - small amounts 100-500 in Merck, GE, Coca Cola , Altria and Samsung. Thoughts? I plan to invest a little bit each month (200$) in ETF. Any suggestions?
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benefits is great in this company
Intel has good health insurance
401 k package is good at intel
Best benefit is sabbatical. Two options include a 4 week sabbatical (paid vacation) after 4 years or an 8 week sabbatical (paid vacation) after 7 years. Either sabbatical option also allows you to add your yearly vacation at the same time.
Out of college, good pay pay package
Childhood friend died, it was known throughout the office area/department, and they didn’t offer bereavement or counseling services