Texas Instruments

2012 Corporate Citizenship Report


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2012 performance

In 2012, we continued to focus on worldwide recruitment efforts and launched engineeringchange to ensure that the company has a consistent worldwide communication platform for telling our story online and on campuses. We aggressively promoted the program using the Web, paid and earned media, print materials and more. We also refreshed our career pages with new messaging, employee testimonials, “Day in the Life” videos and engineering product development case studies.

In China, our teams visited numerous universities to identify top new college graduate talent. Over three weeks, they conducted career talks and on-site interviews at 21 universities in 16 cities. More than 8,000 students attended these events and we received nearly 28,000 resumes online. As a result of these recruiting efforts, we anticipate hiring nearly 175 individuals in 2013.

Results

In 2012, we:
  • Hired 3,496 new employees globally; 49 percent of these new hires were women, up from 40 percent in 2011. In the U.S., 48 percent of new hires were ethnic minorities, consistent with 2011, while 25 percent were women, up from 23 percent in 2011.
  • Offered 364 top-performing new college graduates the opportunity to work full time while discovering their passion, gaining hands-on experience with challenging projects, and receiving customized mentoring from industry leaders. We increased global rotation program hires by 79 percent over 2011.
  • Hired nearly 1,000 interns to gain experience at TI, a 20 percent increase from 2011.
  • Increased new college graduate hires.

Looking ahead

In 2013, we plan to:
  • Continue developing an infrastructure that supports our China hiring multiyear plan to meet our future needs for skilled professionals.
  • Focus on campus recruitment in Malaysia to make TI an employer of choice in this competitive market.
  • Increase strategic, high-visibility engagements on university campuses by assigning dedicated teams, and hosting additional information sessions and technical talks.
  • Communicate our range of development opportunities with new tools to help students understand our programs.
  • Complete the global rollout of engineeringchange to promote a consistent and compelling image on campuses around the world.
  • Leverage our university relationships to continue engaging educators and students at approximately 2,500 universities worldwide.
  • Expand our diversity recruitment efforts to better reach talented people with disabilities through partnership with such organizations as GettingHired and the Equal Opportunity Publications Annual Career Expos in the U.S.