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10 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?
17 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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- "Cool employee life which moves to poor management for market competition" (in 167 reviews)
- "Really bad manager we’re there." (in 99 reviews)
- "Too many layoffs effecting job security" (in 58 reviews)
- "Long hours are asked to work on projects that are then ended before product goes to market." (in 46 reviews)
- "6) All the upper management cares about is cost reduction and sales." (in 44 reviews)
- 5.0FEATURED REVIEW23 Jul 2023Software EngineerCurrent Employee, more than 5 yearsRichardson, TX
- One of the main thing I love about TI is good work-life balance. Company always promotes for family-first. No matter how critical the deadline is family is always the first priority. Obviously have to communicate this to our internal stakeholders, but everyone is understanding and supportive including the managers. - Everyone helps out one another. During my 6 years at TI, whenever I have been stuck on a challenging task, i have always had team-members be there for me and vice-versa. - Great rewards and recognition. You get recognized and evaluated annually. You do great job, you will be rewarded immensely. Additionally, TI has profit-sharing program which employees get up to additional amount of $$$ - Always opportunity for moving to different roles or trying out new things. For example, work in a different IT area or perhaps try out a whole new different role not related to your field.
There not too much of disadvantage of working for TI. It's great company overall. I have seen people comment that i can get stressful; however, I know in the IT section everyone is willing to help and listen to you. If your getting burned out or work being stressful, then that should be communicated to your manager. Manager is always listening and supportive!
- 1.026 Nov 2023Anonymous EmployeeCurrent Employee
Lots of work to ensure you learn a lot Most of employee are nice
- manager judge things without clarifying and asking employee’s opinions - everyone is busy and hard to get support and resource - a regional leader always shouts at me and blames me for all things. It looks like I’m not the single case - unfair work distribution . I handled more tasks than those with same seniority as me and managers told that I should take it as learning opportunities. I worked for 12+ hr a day and on weekend - can’t talk about career plan if it doesn’t align with what company hopes you to do - HR doesn’t want to support me and thinks I should take the responsibility for all I have experienced - some managers asked subordinate to show how many emails sent everyday
- 5.07 Aug 2023TechnicianFormer Employee, less than 1 yearSouth Portland, ME
I felt highly valued and was treated with respect. I took a decrease in pay from my previous employer to work at TI due to lower COL area. TI's small facility was a refreshing change from the square-mile campus of the mega-corp I left TI for. No manufacturing environment would ever be described as 'relaxing', but the work pace at TI was close - more comfortable and the workload felt more realistic compared to the unsustainable mess I came from. Management was knowledgeable of the work and typical of Mainers - down to earth, understanding, friendly. Company supplied footwear every six months.
Like everywhere else, shortstaffed. Employees are not trusted/supplied with a smartphone or a personal laptop Since I was highly valued as a technician on the factory floor, I could tell that I would have a very hard time with upward mobility Long hours - 12 hour shifts are the standard in this industry, but in an ideal world it could be split 3x8hrs. Safety was a big concern for me there - my previous employer required us to wear full SCBA gear when opening equipment, yet even wearing a respirator was actually prohibited at this facility. Subsequently, my teeth would hurt when I would be working on an open chamber - quite concerning. While I'm sure they were technically up to OSHA standards, chemicals didn't seem to be stored as safely as they could/should. LOTO practices felt substandard and often ignored. Ergonomics were comical. All computers in the factory were at an awful standing fixed height, not tall enough for anyone to be comfortable, and I was told there was no plans to move toward ergonomic adjustable desks.2
- 2.06 Nov 2023Software EngineerFormer Employee, more than 3 yearsDallas, TX
Profit sharing (makes up for lower industry salary) Thrown in deep end when starting, so you learn a lot Get to work with really intelligent coworkers
Very antiquated tech stack that has tight coupling and years of band aid fixes Management promoted from within leads to "we've always done things this way" mentality Acts as a Training Institute, a lot of talent eventually leaves after several years. Opportunities to change groups if your current manager will let you, but some issues are systemic to the company. Too many meetings due to lack of standards1
- 3.03 Dec 2023IT Software DeveloperFormer Employee, more than 5 yearsDallas, TX
Depends on the team you're on. Some teams are very flexible, others are not.
This also depends on the team you're on. Some teams are very strict with management, others are not.
- 4.02 Dec 2023Manufacturing SpecialistFormer Employee, less than 1 yearSouth Portland, ME
Good pay, good benefit and good experiences!!
every company has positive and negative sides, so i won't say much.
- 5.01 Dec 2023Applications ManagerCurrent Employee, more than 5 yearsDallas, TX
Lot of opportunities to learn from some of the best in the industry
Workload can be daunting Need to be prepared to work lot of hours
- 4.028 Nov 2023Mechanical Engineering TechnicianCurrent Employee, more than 1 yearSherman, TX
Benefits are great for the area. Same with pay.
The hours are long. If you haven’t worked there for 20 years then you are in competition with yourself until someone retired
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Texas Instruments has an overall rating of 4.1 out of 5, based on over 5,575 reviews left anonymously by employees. 85% of employees would recommend working at Texas Instruments to a friend and 79% have a positive outlook for the business. This rating has been stable over the past 12 months.
85% of Texas Instruments employees would recommend working there to a friend based on Glassdoor reviews. Employees also rated Texas Instruments 3.6 out of 5 for work life balance, 4.1 for culture and values and 4.1 for career opportunities.