Hostess (Current Employee) – Millville, NJ – April 10, 2019
Roadhouse is an overall amazing place to work! Management is fantastic and so are the workers. As long as you can get through our busiest days (mothers day, fathers day, veterans day, etc.) then you will absolutely love it here!
IC Design Intern (Former Employee) – Dallas, TX – April 5, 2019
TI is a great and safe company to work for. However the size of it is daunting and they aren't as much focused on design. The team I was working on cut part of their design down because they didn't think there was room for more innovation in the area.
Production Stop Analyst (Former Employee) – Richardson, TX – March 20, 2019
I really enjoyed my job and my co-workers as I worked there (either for or contracted to Texas Instruments) for the last 19 years. I have made may life long friends working there. As for the work - we consistently met and exceeded the goals, metrics, and SLAs set forth by management. The most enjoyable part of the job was running a successful escalation and minimizing systems downtime or manufacturing interruptions.
Customer support representative (Former Employee) – Dallas, TX – March 20, 2019
Management seemed to have no clue how customers wanted the store to operate when it came to ordering parts, there was little to no assistance given when questions were asked, responses to questions were vague at best and when an issue was brought up or an error was made the company would blame it on the customer as much as possible.
Member of the ISO9000 (Former Employee) – Dallas, TX – March 15, 2019
Team Leader in the DMOS5 Wafer Fab, job functions: Work hands on with the Process and Engineering and Integration teams to identify and resolve process and equipment issues while processing 8mm wafers using proper processes and procedures in the pre-production stage (New Design). Member of the ISO9000 -9001 quality assurance team, hiring team and the process audit team.
Key Account Manager (Former Employee) – Paris – March 2, 2019
Texas Instruments is a company focused on sales performance and profitability. It is very field-oriented and offers all the modern elements necessary for the efficiency of its employees. It is possible to be quickly promoted but on the other hand, there is a strong competitive spirit between the teams (sales teams in particular).
A typical day at work your wearing a full smock covering everything but your eyes and then add safety glasses. Standing for 12 hours walking back and forth throughout the fab (up to 6 miles a day) to pick up and drop off material. Being expected to run up to 20 machines alone which take amywhere from 25-200 wafers each machine and when an accident happen and you break 1 out of the 200 you get written up. After several write ups your gone. Very hard on your body, you have to work over a year (sometimes 2) through a temp agency before they Think about converting you into a TI employee with benifits. After beimg there over a year I got the hang of running all those machines alone but I could never get used to wearing that Smock. Pay is pretty good but it would be alot better with some benifits.