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Intel workers’ trust in bosses drops while 43% consider quitting as morale slumps

Internal employee survey results come after the chipmaker cut roles and asked staff to take unpaid leave in a bid to slash $10 billion in costs

Intel, which has imposed billions of euro worth of cuts, causing a drop in employee morale. Picture: Getty

Intel workers’ trust in the company’s leadership has dropped sharply in the last year as the chip giant has imposed billions of euro worth of cuts, with a rising number of staff thinking about quitting for another firm, the Business Post has learned.

Documents show morale among Intel workers has dropped in 2023 compared to the same period last year, with several statistics suggesting that staff at the company are less satisfied in their roles.