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Jobs at Intel - Malaysia, Benefits and Compensation
In addition to a challenging and interesting work environment, Intel offers a benefits and compensation package that goes well beyond base salary. Below are some of our unique benefit and compensation programs.

Benefits and Compensation
Stock and Bonus Plans

Employee Cash Bonus Plan
The Employee Cash Bonus Plan (ECBP) and other profit-driven components of Intel's compensation package give employees a direct stake in the company's financial performance. Twice a year, employees receive a cash bonus based on corporate pre-tax profits.

Employee Bonus
In addition to ECBP, Employee Bonus is a variable pay program for all non-commissioned, regular Intel employees worldwide. Once a year the payout is determined by the employee's bonus target, the performance of their organization against specific goals, and the adjusted earnings per share growth of the corporation.

Stock Participation Plan
The Stock Participation Plan has traditionally been a very rewarding benefit. It allows employees to own part of the company by purchasing Intel stock at a price at least 15% lower than market value. Employees may invest up to 10% of their pay in this plan.

Stock Option Plan
Employees may receive stock options based on past performance levels and anticipated future contributions. Salaried employees are eligible for stock option consideration. An employee who receives a stock option has the right to purchase a certain amount of Intel stock at a set price during a specified time in the future.

Other Benefits

Intel University
Intel University is an internal training organization that offers over 3,000 courses worldwide. Hundreds of Intel employees, including members of the executive staff, serve as volunteer instructors in this program. Intel spends more than $300 million each year to help employees continue their professional and personal development through training programs.

Tuition Assistance Program
Intel encourages each employee to continue his or her professional development by providing financial assistance for work-related courses and/or degrees. "Work-related" is defined as having present or future job application at Intel.

Life and Accident Insurance
Intel pays the entire cost of a group life insurance plan for employees. The company also pays the entire cost of business travel accident insurance and accidental death and dismemberment insurance for employees. In addition, employees may purchase supplemental insurance policies.  

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