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Current Employee - Developer in Santa Clara, CA
Current Employee - Developer in Santa Clara, CA

I have been working at Texas Instruments

Pros

It's a big company, very steady.

Cons

Work with different time zone

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    Former Employee - Manufacturing Specialist in Dallas, TX
    Former Employee - Manufacturing Specialist in Dallas, TX

    I worked at Texas Instruments

    Pros

    I like the fact that I had 3 days off one week and 4 days the next week. The pay is competitive. It wasn't a bad place to work if you can deal with a 12 hour shift.

    Cons

    No room for career or professional advancement. You will be a Manufacturing Specialist for 20+ years.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Promote the good workers. Unhappy workers will mess up production and that will mess up your numbers.

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    Texas Instruments Is a Good Company to work for.

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    Former Employee - Product Test Engineer in Dallas, TX
    Former Employee - Product Test Engineer in Dallas, TX

    I worked at Texas Instruments

    Pros

    Technology is advanced, with many diversified product portfolio. Each organization has unique structure of business(manufacturing structure, Wireless Business, DLP, DSP, and HPA). Most groups are easy to work with. The benefits and pay are great. Most engineers share their knowledge.

    Cons

    There are a few bad groups and managers(just like any company). H1 Visas and college hires is a big strategy for hiring. For many years, TI was called Training Institute(hiring college graduates). They are back in that mode during the recession. Three years ago, there were 30 percent H1 visas. Now it is 60 percent walking down the corridor. They are on the edge of segregation per language barrier, but hey still have a chance to prevent this problem.

        You have to watch how their technology is not standardized with other companies. They build many systems internal and unique. Not good during a downturn.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Good organizational structure per business. Managers should be technical staff and good mentors. Prevent segregation by language. Make everybody work together and communicate together.

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