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Intel Corporation

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Intel Corporation

2200 Mission College Blvd.

Santa Clara, California 95052

United States

Company Description

Intel (NASDAQ: INTC) makes the most amazing experiences of the future possible. Intel's innovations expand the reach and power of computing in personal devices and enterprise servers, the Cloud, make the Internet of Things smart and connected, and help en ... more

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Background Information


Board Member
Global Equity Organization


Bachelor of Science Degree


Arizona State University



Arizona State University

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As Sr. Compensation Consultant, Global Equity, for Intel Corporation, Mike is responsible for leading the design and implementation of Intel?s equity compensation programs worldwide. Mike?s background is predominantly in accounting and finance working as a CPA for a Big Five Public Accounting firm and a computer distributor in Phoenix, Arizona. Mike?s been with Intel for 11+ years spending six of that in finance management and the last five in compensation. While in compensation, Mike has worked on the design of cash, variable pay and equity for Intel?s 90,000 plus employees worldwide. Mike also led the design and implementation of a HR system to track compensation costs for various groups and levels of employees in each of Intel?s 60+ countries. Mike has a Bachelor of Science Degree in Accounting and a MBA with an emphasis in finance from Arizona State University.

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The main conference address was delivered by Mike Namie, Senior Compensation Consultant at Intel Corporation. Mr Namie stressed the importance of communication as a means of enhancing employee perception of the value of stock benefits. He stressed the link between productivity, employee engagement and employee financial involvement.

However, he also observed that a falling or stagnant company share price has created its own share of problems for management and participating employees. The problems faced by Intel are indeed shared nowadays by all too many corporates, many of whom have been faced with far more ferocious share price meltdowns.
But first, Mr Namie set out the history of stock benefits at Intel, a history which can be traced back to the firm's co-founder, Robert Noyce, a man who has been described as "the Father of Silicon Valley culture."
Says Mike Namie: "Noyce left his previous firm, Fairchild Semiconductors, because management there did not want the employees to share in the proceeds of growth."
According to Mike Namie, Intel had to ask itself the question: "Do broad based (stock) benefits - suited to growing firms - make sense for a company of Intel's size and maturity?"
Enhancing employee knowledge can have a greater impact in improving peoples' perception of value than any change in the design of the benefits, according to Namie. "There is a need for more personalisation in our communications. Training is too generic," he added.
In response to a question from the conference floor, Mr Namie admitted that Intel might well consider issuing stock, this year, as an alternative to a cash based pay increase to employees.

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