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Challenging work, keeps your skills current

Anonymous Employee (Current Employee)

I have been working at Texas Instruments

Pros- Always have challenging work. You won't become a dinosaur working here.
- I've never heard of a more humane company when it comes to family emergencies or personal issues (assuming you don't have a history of abusing their trust) such as death in the family, hospital leave, etc.
- You will work with the smartest, gentlest people and will love going to work. There is a strong emphasis on teamwork and egalitarianism. They must intentionally look for collaborators because there are very few bullies or uber-negative competitive types. If you're type A personality but also ethical and respectful, you'll fit right in.
- True flex time. Work overtime when its needed and take off when it isn't. No one cares when you arrive and when you leave as long as you perform above a certain level. (You have to earn the privilege first, so not many people abuse the system.) This is the first place I've ever worked where I wasn't frustrated by deadbeats.
- Truly collaborative. The web team doesn't one-up each other. Everyone is hired for a specific talent, and is expected to exchange ideas and help each other. If I don't know how to code a particular feature, I can literally go ask around and people are excited to pitch in. (The web is so splintered, there are a lot of processes, and we change things so quickly that this is really critical. No one can make it alone in this game anymore!)

Cons- Onramping is difficult. Things change quickly and we're interdependent. Just chill for the first year and half -- all your colleagues went through this too. Do not expect to be 100% independent as quickly as you would be elsewhere. No one will blame you. Its just part of working for a fast-paced, global company.

Advice to Senior ManagementManagers tend to be a unintuitive when it comes to human limitations, but once they get it your manager will step in and work it out. However, I wonder if manager training needs to be re-evaluated. I know many people try to get away with as little work as possible but you don't have any of those people here. Learn to discern when that conversation is a last resort from when it's merely escapism. Everything else is pretty great.

Yes, I would recommend this company to a friend

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Project Manager (Current Employee)
Plano, TX

I have been working at Texas Instruments as a contractor for less than a year

Pros: Great people, great environment, global exposure. You enjoy every day of work… Cons: A lot of dysfunctional processes in the IT area. Advice to Senior Management: Work as 1-IT and create process framework that spans the… Yes, I would recommend this company to a friend More

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Amazing opportunity to develop engineering skills with TI's Product Engineering Rotation Program!

Product Engineer (Current Employee)
Dallas, TX

I have been working at Texas Instruments full-time for more than a year

Pros: TI saw a need to develop Product Engineers quickly. To do so, they created something that crams years and years of experience into a concise… Cons: The only thing that people might consider a "con" is the fact that this job REQUIRES you to move abroad for 6… Advice to Senior Management: Continue to invest and inspire the New College Grads. Yes, I would recommend this company to a friend – I'm optimistic about the outlook for this company… More

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