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The purpose-driven workforce: Attracting and developing talent to technology's highest calling

re-skilling and up-skilling workers are paramount to technological innovation. Image: Unsplash/LinkedIn

Christy Pambianchi

Executive Vice-President; Chief People Officer, Intel

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The key to maximising opportunity is to connect talent, technology, and purpose in the workforce Image: Intel

Intel’s RISE (Responsible, Inclusive, Sustainable, Enabling) strategy aims to give its workforce a voice and a sense of belonging. Image: Intel

In April 2020, Intel launched the Pandemic Response Technology Initiative (PRTI) to combat the challenges of COVID-19 in healthcare, education, and the economy. Image: Intel

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