January 2016 Intel Retiree News Flash

  • Attendance at board meetings is open to all retirees who are members of IRO. If you would like to listen to your board at work, please send a request with one week’s notice to Barb Frank at Frankbarbara@sbcglobal.net.
  • Are you a new retiree? Visit the IRO website where we have summarized key information.

REMINDER: DEADLINE TO SUBMIT 2015 INTEL INVOLVED VOLUNTEER HOURS IS JANUARY 15, 2016
Click here for link to the on-line reporting form.

FROM THE BOARD – Barb Frank, President

FOLSOM PILOT PROGRAM RESULTS: RETIREE INTERESTS EXPLORED
Over the years retirees have expressed interest in participating in Intel events as volunteers or participants. With this in mind, the Folsom site launched a pilot program to involve retirees in activities and to determine where their interests lie. Click here to read more.

HEALTH/BENEFITS – Tom Piete, Chairperson

RETIREES RECEIVING A W2 FROM INTEL
Intel will mail your W2 to the mailing address that they have on record for you as of the end of the previous year. It will be mailed by January 31. If you have not received your W2 by the middle of February, you can request a copy by calling the Get HR Help 800 number (1-800-238-0486) and select either the payroll option or option zero. If you have received your W2 and have questions, you can also request a W2 Breakdown Letter which details what was included in each box on your W2. Remember to use the voicemail/call back option if hold times are long.

COMMUNICATION – Debbie Watson, Chairperson

SEAN MALONEY PROVES “WE ALL CAN SUCCEED IF WE PUT OUR MINDS TO SOMETHING”
Read The Wall Street Journal feature about Sean Maloney’s amazing fight back from a debilitating stroke to riding his bike 5,000 miles across the U.S.  and pursuing his long-time passion of rowing.

THE BEST OF 2015
From our Life After Intel Executive Series to our accomplishments and benefits, we did a round-up of our five most-read 2015 stories. If you missed them, click on the links below to read or even re-read.

VOLUNTEER – Ben Manny, Chairperson

VOLUNTEERING KEEPS RETIRED ENGINEER GARY GIBBS ON HIS TOES
Click here to read a recent Portland newspaper story of how Intel retiree Gary Gibb’s reported hours have generated over $26,000 in matching grants to further the impact of his volunteering work and the fantastic impact Intel has on local non-profits through its Matching Grant Program.

ENCORE PERFORMANCE: A SECOND CAREER OPPORTUNITY
After 26 years at Intel as an engineer and manager, James McNerney retired to take on a new role in music. He joined the Encore Fellowship program and is now project manager at Phoenix Conservatory of Music. Read his story.

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