Questions and Answers about Texas Instruments, Inc

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There's no work-life balance. It's a myth.

Answered - Product Development Engineer (Current Employee) - Dallas, TX

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Working hours are very flexible and manageable

Answered - Engineering Technician (Current Employee) - Richardson, TX

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Okay, it really depending on your position. some folks were over worked while others were not.

Answered - Subcon SWR Buyer (Former Employee) - Dallas, TX

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I largely worked my own hours. Long days when there was lots to do, but there were many times were there wasn't much to do, and maybe only 4 hours in the office was needed.

Answered - Product Engineer, Post Silicon Test Validation (Former Employee) - Houston, TX

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They were very Good when the Company was here in Tucson.

Answered - Wafer Fab Specialist (Former Employee) - Tucson, AZ

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Sometimes long, but I didn't mind. It's more money

Answered - Tester/Assembler (Former Employee) - Houston, TX

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Highly flexible. Get your work done and be around for important meetings.

Answered - Software Engineer (Current Employee) - Dallas, TX

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Monthly shift change
3-11 pm
11-7 am

Answered - Laboratory Technician (Analyst) (Former Employee) - Baguio City, Philippines

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