Company wants to hire more women, minority groups and veterans.
Intel has increased bonuses for employees refereeing women, minority and veterans in a bid to improve its workforce diversity.
The technology major will offer referral bonuses of up to $4,000 to encourage employees to bring in new hires who would help the company improve its workforce demography.
Previously, the chipmaker announced that it will spend $300m over the next five years to address the diversity gap, and has set a goal to have "full representation" of women and under-represented minorities in its US workforce by 2020.
In March, Apple committed to provide $50m to non-profit organisations who work to bring more women, minorities and veterans to the tech industry.
Google announced its workplace demographics data in June, which highlighted that 21% of its tech hires last year were female.
The Wall Street Journal cited Intel as saying: "Intel is committed to increase the diversity of our workforce.
"We are currently offering our employees an additional incentive to help us attract diverse qualified candidates in a competitive environment for talent."
In its diversity statistics released last year, the company said that only 24% of its employees were female and most employees were White and Asian.