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Texas Instruments Incorporated (TI) is an American technology company that designs and manufactures semiconductors and various integrated circuits, which it sells to electronics designers and manufacturers globally. Its headquarters is in Dallas, Texas in the United States. TI is one of the top 10 semiconductor companies worldwide, based on sales volume. The company's focus is on developing analog chips and embedded processors, which account for more than 80% of its revenue. TI also produces TI digital light processing technology and education technology products including calculators, microcontrollers and multi-core processors. The company holds 45,000 patents worldwide as of 2016.

A former employee shared this in a review "What's to say? They've dumbed the jobs at Texas Instruments down to the point where a monkey could do it. It's either completely boring or super crazy, mostly crazy boring. It will take you 10 years to move up 1 pay grade as an operator and even longer to be the blessed "upper level". The person who gets all the decisions the engineers deem not worthy of their time dumped on them, also easy work by design."


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Former Employee - Anonymous Employee says

"1. Job Security is very less. My friend who worked really hard for his team for 2 years was fired from TI because his department couldn't sell team's product. So, the whole team was fired because they couldn't compete with customer. They weren't given the option to relocate to other teams 2. HR's are not favorable when department decides to cost Cut. They wouldn't allow you to relocate to other teams. 3. I wouldn't advice anyone to join Texas Instruments. This is because, in initial parts of career like for 1-10 years job security won't matter. But after 10 years, Job security is a must in which Texas Instruments is quite bad"

Former Employee - Anonymous Employee says

"Priorities have changed a lot because of incapable managers at the top positions. Innovation is dying and stress is only on Execution which makes the work stressful and annoying. India management is submissive to Dallas counterparts and not able to keep their point, simply bowing down to their decisions. No work life balance."

Current Employee - Design Engineer says

"For me there is no cons as such"

Current Employee - Senior Software Engineer says

"lay off, no stability, not a company to settle down"

Former Employee - Finance ACCESS Rotational Program says

"Very very limited growth in Singapore, but still designed the rotation program but didnt train employee well. The finance management mindset is incorrect. Not very helpful on the career, some personal judgement. And the finance site is no longer in SG."

Current Employee - Engineer says

"Low salary, lowest compensation ,talented engineers keep leaving the company ... that sums up Bay Area TI"

Current Employee - Financial Accountant says

"-Basic Benefits -Bad Health Care -Stressful -Not a good culture"

Current Employee - Anonymous Employee says

"The insurance benefits are horrible for new employees. All they offer is a HSA program that doesn't cover hardly anything. I had my annual checkup recently and did the blood work that my doctor recommends every year. The bill for this with TI's HSA program was over $600. I am thankful that i am healthy and do not have any health concerns. There is no way I can afford to have any health issues if my annual checkup and blood work cost that much."

Former Employee - Semiconductor Device Engineer says

"Ethics and values are largely ignored. Majorities are always right, while minorities are always wrong. Personal advantage is more important than the benefit for the company. Little management support. The benefits of diversity are largely ignored due to ignorance, intolerance and arrogance. Too many incompetent supervisors and Tech Ladder title holders on all levels. Growing micromanagement and increasing bureaucracy. Performance does not matter."

Former Employee - Manufacturing Specialist says

"Not much to do with actual manufacturing. Mostly pushing loaded carts, scanning, loading and unloading."

Quality Control Technician (Former Employee) says

"One of the worst jobs i have had, employers only care about bottom line, please avoid at all costs. It is a death trap, will not be hired for up to 5 years"

Customer Support Specialist (Former Employee) says

"There's absolutely no room for advancement. 30-minute lunches. You can't stand up at your cubicle and you have to ask to use the restroom. Nuff said!!A 2 year old can do it.It's like working . . . .for your parents!"

Fusion, VLCT, V-Series Wafer Specialist (Testing) says

"If you are hard worker than they let you do the most of the work because you work as a group with lot of lazy people and poor management. Raise is sucks. Group leaders are the worst one. Lot of racialism. Lot of machine to handle because of poor CEO gives pressure to everybody.Stupit management."

Manufacturing Specialist (Current Employee) says

"What's to say? They've dumbed the job down to the point where a monkey could do it. It's either completely boring or super crazy, mostly crazy boring. It will take you 10 years to move up 1 pay grade as an operator and even longer to be the blessed "upper level". The person who gets all the decisions the engineers deem not worthy of their time dumped on them, also easy work by design."

Applications Engineer (Current Employee) says

"they love to hire young people to see if they can turn them into work zombies but they also love to lay off people and not tell them about FMLA when they or their family gets in a crash and injured."

Manufacturing Specialist (Former Employee) says

"You stay a temporary employee so they don't have to pay you anything or give benefits. Some nice people there, but it's the worst ran company I have ever worked for.Compressed shiftEverything about this place is a con"

Process Engineer (Former Employee) says

"TI is nicknamed transition institute for it's low pay and cut throat environment. TMG is not the best place to work for mothers. A typical day at work ..."

Physical Design Consultant (Former Employee) says

"TI is a great place and culture to work for. As a group, we work very well together and with a family atmosphere. Very flexible schedule and no micro management style."

Production Supervisor (Former Employee) says

"First time I had been discriminated against because of race. Very unprofessional management. No respect for me and others.No pros to speak ofWork force, management, operations."

Project Manager (Former Employee) says

"great place to work to improve job career management go above and beyond to see that you reach your full potential in striving for your future"

Layout Design Engineer (Former Employee) says

"A very challenging culture. Not willing to train and unreasonable schedules."

Electronics Wafer cleanroom technician (Former Employee) says

"Had a layoff while hundreds of applicants stood in line, wearing suits in 95 degree weather. This was a repeated mode of operation.high techlayoffs"

manufacturing specialist (Former Employee) says

"manufacturing is not a bad job, but when its is mismanaged and understaffed its a nightmareovertime structuresmocking up and not getting paid for it"

Engineer (Current Employee) says

"Terrible management in Santa ClaraNo respect from managerManagers at this location are allowed to scream and yell at employeesManager expect you work like a robatNo appreciation for good workNot at Santa Clara locationBad management"

Referentin Lohnbuchhaltung (Former Employee) says

"Es wird sehr viel Einsatz für normale Bezahlung erwartet, Kritik wird nicht akzeptiert und Arbeitsgesetze gelten in der Payroll nicht. Wenn darauf hingewiesen wird, hat man weder ein gutes Zeugnis noch Fortkommen zu erwarten.bezuschußte Kantine, KlimaanlageArbeitszeiten rechtlich fragwürdig, keinerlei Förderung, wenn man in der Payroll sitzt"

Diffusion Operator (Former Employee) says

"I learned how to work in a clean room fab and run semiconductor manufacturing."

MFG Specialist (Former Employee) says

"The management is garbage. I see they are paying more per hour now than when I worked there. I was there for 6 years and they nickle and dime you on raises. They will work the dog shytout of some and allow others to literally sleep on the job. Do yourself a favor and steer clear of this shyt hole."

Room Coordinator (Former Employee) says

"Ti expects the work to be perfect. We had to run at 98% yeild and no raises for years. Biggest raise I had in 13 years was 50 cent. Joke of a companyOnly work 3-4 days a week.12 hours a day. Very little pay for what you do."

Facilities operator (Former Employee) says

"Minorities aren't accepted and are treated much different then others,and advancements for and African American is NOT HAPPENING! The south building was not ran professionally,, if you didn't fit in to they way they wanted you to be they made it extremely hard for you to work there.HoursManagement in the south building"

Equipment Maintenance Mechanic (Former Employee) says

"Blatant favoritism, unclear expectations, and ever-changing rules. Wide variations of expectations for people with identical job roles. Would not recommend this job."

Valued Customer says

"The keys didn't work at all."

Matt Andrews says

"Ordered keys to replace my lock and they didnt work at all. Threw away 20 bucks. Dont bother. Had to purchase a new lock for my box. Wont make this mistake again."

Me. Bumbed says

"Still waiting on keys"

JBM says

"You know, they had the keys I needed but no where when i ordered my products did i ever give you approval to email me junk. you did not ask me to opt in or out. that I do not appreciate."

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