Under the Gender Pay Gap Information Act 2021, Intel Ireland is required to report on its gender pay gap across a range of metrics.
Gender pay gap is the difference between the average hourly wage of men and women across the workforce, without differentiation for job, grade or other business factors that can influence pay.
The overall mean gender pay gap for Intel Ireland is 6.5%
At Intel we strive for and are committed to an inclusive and engaged workforce that reflects the best and brightest talent in our industry. Intel is committed to achieving gender pay equity for all our employees and since 2019 has achieved gender pay equity globally (including in Ireland). We are committed to diverse employment and a culture of equality and inclusion. Diversity and Inclusion are core values to Intel and are critical to Intel’s continued success.
About the Report
Intel Ireland is made up of Intel Ireland Limited and Intel Research and Development Ireland Limited (R&D). This report includes figures for all three. The Irish legislative requirements for this report are binary in regard to gender (specifying female compared to male). Whilst we are reporting our statistics, reflecting the identities of men and women, in the manner set out by law, at Intel we recognise and support all gender identities. The reported figures are calculated in line with regulations. We also set out the details behind our gender pay gap in Ireland and our commitment to addressing the gap.”