Texas Instruments provides a comprehensive package of benefits including financial, health and welfare, income protection, wellness and work-life.
Interns receive such benefits as matching 401k and stock purchase, but no health insurance. I suppose the reasoning is that interns are in school and will generally have health insurance through parents (if under 26) or through the school. One of the best features of the job is that if you need to, you can always work from home through the network.
Health insurance is very good. Raises seem to be a thing of the past since 'profit sharing' has been paying out the last few years. Great deal now, but once times get tough, our base salaries will be well below market.
The benefits and insurance plan meets the market standards
Overall health package is very competitive. We have seen the rates increase a lot over the last couple years, but still below other employers in most places. Work From home is not consistent in the organization and depends on manager.
Fultime offer was above average at $76k, benefits were a 1:1 match up to 4%, but have a $2000 company contribution cap/year. Offered $4000 sign on bonus and a $6500 relocation stipend. They also have profit sharing and 10 hours per month of PTO for new hires.
Excellent high deductible plan for those who do not frequent the doctors much. Those that do can benefit as well, once the out of pocket expenses are maxed. It takes a very long time to accrue time off though, and all time off is wrapped into one category (sick/vacation/etc.). Plan on working for awhile before taking time off if you're new. Long term employees don't have enough time to use up all the vacation. Go figure...
Best thing is time bank policy.
Meets industry standards for paid time off 3 weeks to start, 401K matching up to 4%, HSA based health insurance, flexible work from home policy
good health insurance, 401K, stock plan
Great benefits! Restricted Stock Units (RSU), Stock Options, and the employee stock purchase plan (ESSP) are available. The stocks have been going off the roof lately! Compared to other semiconductor companies, TI is doing well in stock.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.