Texas Instruments

2012 Corporate Citizenship Report


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Flexible workplace

We know that a flexible workplace minimizes employee stress and contributes to our ability to recruit and retain the best talent. Nearly two decades ago, we launched formal flexible work policies and tools. Today, employees and managers have access to comprehensive online resources to guide them in creating a more flexible workplace. Depending on the job, a variety of options may be available including flextime, compressed workweeks, reduced work schedules, job sharing and teleworking.

In manufacturing, most employees work compressed schedules of 12-hour shifts, with several consecutive days off each week. In our offices, employees have a great deal of input on their schedules to set their hours, work from home, or scale back during certain points in their careers.