How Intel rejoined the elite Best Companies to Work For
By inspiring employees, giving them ways to make connections, and demonstrating their value to the company, Intel roared back onto the Great Place to Work Institute's list of top workplaces.
Intel was a mainstay on the Great Place to Work Institute's list of the top 100 companies to work for seven years running, from 1998 through 2004. Then it wasn't, Shannon Smith, the company's marketing communications manager, told an audience at Ragan Communications' Role of Communications in Creating Best Places to Work conference in Oklahoma City. The company fell off the list in 2005, a disappointment that coincided with quite a bit of industry turbulen read more...
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