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.
TI offers many great benefits with a very good company 401K match. Insurance and health savings account are also top notch.
They are taking away healthcare coverage and providing the bare minimum to meet federal laws. On a plus, up to a 20% base salary bonus yearly.
Many of the sales and marketing positions receive a stipend for car payments. This is awesome because you always have a new car
available, clear, same as other company
TI is self insured. Health benefits are pretty good. Dental and Vision benefits are also good.
4 days on 3 days off 3 days on 4 days off
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.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.