I'm not sure what is meant by "travel restriction"? If travel is necessary, we travel.
Answered - Engineering Manager (Current Employee) - Folsom, CA
No that I know off.
Answered - Lead Engineer - Real Time Defect Analysis (RDA) (Current Employee) - Lehi, UT
No travel restriction
Answered - Network Engineer (Former Employee) - Calabasas, CA
No, unless looking to reduce spending
Answered - Global Supply Line Manager (Former Employee) - Hillsboro, OR
I think you meant business travel. No, there is no restriction. Intel is an international company with multiple sites all over the world.
Answered - Platform Applications Engineer (Former Employee) - Chandler, AZ
Yes due to the fact that once you pass a certain limit you are no longer in company boundaries
Answered - Janitorial Worker (Former Employee) - Chandler, AZ
Very often when trying to save a few bucks all travel needs to be approved by a VP.
Answered - Manager (Former Employee) - Chandler, AZ
Numerous travel restrictions - yes
Answered - Senior LSS/ERT Technician (Current Employee) - Chandler, AZ
Intel's Travel Policy is unique in that to travel to other Intel offices, you generally use Intel's private jet called the "Air Shuttle". Only 50 people at a time can fit on the Air Shuttle, so reservations can sometimes be tight, requiring months of advance notice to travel.
Answered - Lead Systems Engineer (Former Employee) - Plano, TX