Texas Instruments provides a comprehensive package of benefits including financial, health and welfare, income protection, wellness and work-life.
Good company with great benefits
The stock plan in extremely beneficial, with a 20% reduction in purchase price on a yearly basis at a maximum of 10% of salary.
As a contractor, I received no benefits from TI other than the engineering project work, which was excellent.
Paid vacation days are very generous and can carry unused days over to next year. 8 weeks of maternity leave
A good balanced pay package which gives employees the incentive to perform continuously with every review cycle. Profit sharing is the most important factor that a lot of people consider as a plus point.
Company offers 401K matching, Time Bank Accruals increases by year, Paid Maternity & Paternity Leave, On site concierge, On site Gym, ESPP, Lots of Training Classes
None really, benefits are excellent and the company does a great job of giving us the best benefits at low cost as they can.
Matching 401K contributions up to 4%
The health package is amazing. We have a high deductible health plan with an HSA which is an excellent way to minimize your taxes. As a single individual TI will pre-fill my HSA with 750 dollars every year, and my deductible is 1500 dollars. That means that the first 750 of health expenses I have for a year are essentially free and I really only have to pay for expenses that put me in the 750-1500 range because once the deductible is met you stop having to pay. Funds can grow year to year and are always tax free as long as they are spent on health related items. For 2017 the premium will be 50 dollars per month which ends up being a great deal. The 401k is 4% match and it vests instantly. They also have a Roth 401k option. I wish they had more investment options through fidelity such as some low fee index funds as opposed to the managed funds, but what they have is acceptable. Every employee can purchase stock at a 15% discount up to 10% of their salary per year. This means that someone with a 100k salary "spend" 10000 in a year on stock but they would actually receive 11764 dollars worth of stock. The only negative is the vacation system/sick days..etc. The whole thing is rolled into one account called "timebank" and they use an hours system where hours are accrued every month at a rate depending on your length of employment. Its great for people who have been there 10 years and can literally take a month off and still have vacation left over, but new people start at 0 hours and it takes a while to get your "bank" filled up. The system would be great if they would just give everyone 100 hours to start off with and then also allowed it to accrue over time as it currently does, that way new people aren't stressed out about having no vacation
relocation fee is provided, 401k is provided and some free vocation is allowed for interns
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.