Questions and Answers about Texas Instruments, Inc

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I worked over thirty years at Texas Instruments and it was time to move on.

Answered - Electronic, Engineering and QRA Technician (Former Employee) - Dallas, TX

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I believe Florida still has a Texas instrument there


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Better planing of staffing so that less layoffs would occur

Answered - Package Design Engineer (Former Employee) - Houston, TX

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Would be nice if they help keep someone still need to work somewhere else.

Answered - Engineering Technician (Former Employee) - Dallas, TX

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Texas Instruments sold lots of their business outlets to different company. They only have as I was told by a friend long ago Two plants overseas and on left in Dallas.

Answered - Assistant (Former Employee) - Lewisville, TX

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Keep in touch with interns after their terms are over to bring them back in

Answered - Industrial Engineering Intern (Former Employee) - Sherman, TX

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Do you know Excel and vlookups?

Answered - Executive Assistant (Former Employee) - Saint Petersburg, FL 33709

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Hire from contract pool and promote from within.

Answered - Senior Cost Analyst (Current Employee) - Dallas, TX

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