Texas Instruments
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About the company

  • CEO
    Richard K. Templeton
    88%
    approve of Richard K. Templeton's performance
  • Founded
    1930
  • Company size
    more than 10,000
  • Revenue
    more than $10B (USD)
  • Industry
    Manufacturing
  • Headquarters
    12500 TI Blvd. Dallas TX, United States 75243
  • Link
    Texas Instruments website
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Rating overview

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3.9620184.0920193.6120203.3920213.502022

Reviews

Business Services Manager, Software Group in Herndon, VA
on March 18, 2013
Very enjoyable 5 years, until the division was sold. Interesting, challenging work, great colleagues, freedom to be creative.
Semiconductor Process Development Engineer in Dallas, TX
on August 6, 2022
TI has been an interesting place to work over the past 30 years. Going from a mass market Digital focused company to the Analog/Mixed signal Market leader with commensurate doubling of Gross Margins. The upper management is very good, able to see macro factors and to recognize there will be upturns after the down turns, and build for them. Positioning in Industrial and Automotive segments to capture long product tails stabilizes revenue and enhances profits. The investment in domestic 300mm Analog production on trailing nodes has been very successful, allowing others to invest in bleeding edge digital processes while harvesting the learnings to retain customers. In an era of vendor consolidation they are one that is hard to exclude, and which has the breadth to replace many of the competition. As an engineer, your value is recognized
Manufacturing Team lead in Dallas, TX
on August 4, 2022
Good Place to work and balance work-life and good benefit. The management works to help employees to advance. The health benefit and Insurance are tailored to employees' needs.it has a Good Health care Insurance choice
Production Specialist in Dallas, TX
on August 4, 2022
You will be doing the same thing everyday all day long. Not much opportunity for growth, especially without a specific degree. Good benefits once you are hired permanently.
HR Rotation Program in Dallas, TX
on July 29, 2022
Honestly working here really tainted my view of the corporate world. They pretend to care about you but all they care about is production and efficiency. They are exclusive and if you don't get "in" with management early on you have no chance for success.

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Interview is average
Process takes about two weeks

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Shared on October 15, 2019

Typical administrative - calendaring/scheduling, doing what other admins told me, could I work more than 40 hours week w/o issue; worst job I ever had.

Shared on July 29, 2019

Asked about my computer skills. Asked if I thought I could get a security clearance.

Shared on July 8, 2019

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