Texas Instruments Employee Reviews about "work life balance"
85% would recommend to a friend
(585 total reviews)
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14 days ago
Middle School Algebra Teacher
Hey yall. I am currently pursing my MBA in HR. However, I want to keep my options open to break into finance if possible. I received an offer from Texas Instruments but would love to connect with other recruiters or network with other honorable companies for a summer 2024 finance/hr/ or rotational internships in the DFW area (willing to travel as well). I graduate in December 2024 for any upcoming full time positions. Any suggestions, advice or help possibly?
21 days ago
Crestron Electronics, Inc.
Hey everyone! I am an electrical engineer with background of 3 years as Quality engineer. There was a lay off that took place recently. I am looking for referrals for Quality/electrical/test/hardware engineer roles in DFW metroplex or online. If Anyone willing to refer me at but not limited to American Airlines Raytheon Technologies Corporation Texas Instruments Southwest Airlines Lockheed Martin.
9 months ago
Hello 🐠 — a cousin of mine is on track to graduate this summer with an Electrical Engineering degree. He received the following offer from Texas Instruments. - Position: Manufacturing Quality Engineer - Location: Dallas, TX - Base: $84,000.00 - Profit Sharing: estimate 20% of Eligible Earnings - Restricted Stock Unit Value: $15,000 - Sign-on Bonus: $10,000.00 - Relocation: $8,000.00 Can someone assess the offer? And, explain profit sharing and restricted stock unit value to me. Thank you!
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- "People were great and the company was great and family environment" (in 349 reviews)
- "Good benefit and well established company" (in 338 reviews)
- "It is good and good work life balance" (in 262 reviews)
- "Good Co Workers and Pay" (in 220 reviews)
- "They are very welcoming and the culture is very good." (in 145 reviews)
- "Cool employee life which moves to poor management for market competition" (in 172 reviews)
- "Really bad manager we’re there." (in 97 reviews)
- "Too many layoffs effecting job security" (in 55 reviews)
- "Long hours are asked to work on projects that are then ended before product goes to market." (in 48 reviews)
- "6) All the upper management cares about is cost reduction and sales." (in 40 reviews)
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- 5.0Feb 14, 2021Principal Software ArchitectCurrent EmployeeBengaluru
Pioneer to some of the top technologies in the world and offers great work life balance. Top work culture and amazing set of people to work with. Good pay and lots of challenging work on offer. A place that satisfies ones eagerness to solve complex problems.
Limited opportunities in software development
- 2.0Jan 13, 2023Software Applications EngineerCurrent Employee
- Stable company with y-o-y growth - Learning experience through getting thrown into the deep end the first week ( could be a con as well depending on perspective) - Constantly hiring NCGs
- Work/life balance is very poor and is stuck in old mentality that being overworked is a badge of honor - Outdated technology and practices - Below average compensation even with profit sharing included - Yearly pay is very variable because profit sharing is not assured - New hires are given lots of job responsibility with very little direction - No perks in office however WFH has basically been phased out post-COVID - Remote support from India leads to horrible hours2
- 5.0Nov 10, 2014Operations - Supply ChainCurrent Employee, more than 10 yearsDallas, TX
Company Culture: Company encourages creative involvement of every employee. There is a constant push to improve processes - to make processes more efficient and not accept things as is Great work/life balance (of course depends on the type of role you are in) Flexibility in work schedule as far as ability to work from home Great benefits for top performers - options, RSUs etc.
Base salary increases are nominal Artificial diversity being created in management roles (does not appear to be based on talent)1
- 4.0Nov 22, 2017Anonymous ContractorFormer Contractor, more than 1 year
Excellent work life balance and overall enjoyed contributing to the team's success and growth.
Commute down 75 southbound freeway was a bummer.
- 3.0Oct 12, 2014Financial AnalystCurrent Employee, more than 3 yearsDallas, TX
Ethics is large part of the organization, and speaking what is right is not punished. Health benefits are good, and there is a great opportunity to get extensive real world experience that is often held for employees with more tenure. Flex-time can be used, which really helps when you have nightly calls with Asia. Challenging work, and a great opportunity to work with smart people.
two different cultures in the Analog and Embedded processing segments. Work life balance is difficult to have when the job demands are more than the people to complete the job. Diversity can take priority to merit.5
- 5.0Mar 7, 2023Account ManagerCurrent Employee, more than 8 yearsGarching b.München
Flexible Work Culture Continuous development (depends on individual) Young teams Salary
A lot of internal reporting and various tools being the actual reason impacting work life balance
- 3.0Oct 20, 2021Product Marketing EngineerCurrent Employee, more than 8 years
Stable company where you can expect good time off benefits and insurance.
Resourcing is a challenge. Who your boss is and what organization you are in will greatly determine your work life balance.
- 3.0May 15, 2014Anonymous EmployeeFormer Employee
Challenging, reasonable pay and perk, large resources of knowledge. Very good environment for single to gain experiences before moving to more life/work balance companies or for married engineers.
This is not a good place for married engineers even though pay, benefits, and time off are very reasonable or a little above average. Management pays too much attention to getting things out, but does not pay enough attention to quality of products or employees' lives.1
- 5.0Oct 11, 2017Product Marketing EngineerCurrent Employee, less than 1 yearDallas, TX
Ignoring big california tech, TI has the best pay and benefits for engineers. I love my office place, with my team being both supportive and fun. Work life balance is great since my whole team has kids and subscribes to 'work is done at work'.
Experiences can vary per role and team. I know someone who is in a team on the decline so things have been rough for him. Comparatively, I know someone in a growing team that is having a blast. Oh, also Dallas or bust if you are a yuppie
- 4.0Mar 13, 2017Anonymous InternFormer Intern
good experience as a beginner to start up as a new graduate to learn. plenty of areas to grasp in short amount of time
lot of work to manage. work life balance will be tricky at least in the beginning and will take time to adjust