Compare Texas Instruments vs Rain Bird BETASee how Rain Bird vs. Texas Instruments compare on employee ratings, job openings, CEO approval, business outlook and more.
What Employees Say
I have been working at Texas Instruments full-time
In the field of semiconductors, TI is the best place to work. On the go, you'll be facing a lot of challenging and exciting work. Even a fresher will bestowed with greater responsibilities which... indeed provides immense satisfaction and a sense of ownership.
Nearing the deadlines, your work can impute your Work-Life balance at times. Else to that everything is chill
Advice to Management
Pretty much satisfied with management
I have been working at Rain Bird full-time for more than a year
While they run a "pretty lean ship", this means that you have a lot of latitude to operate within your area of responsibility. Not a lot of oversight and/or micro-managing with a premium put on... getting results within the context of the company culture (e.g getting results but not at the sacrifice of compliance or integrity).
If you require a lot of direction in your day-to-day work OR are not used to a fast-paced get results climate, this would not be a good place for you.