Results | Looking ahead
In 2011, we continued to focus on worldwide recruitment efforts and launched a redesigned global career site and a new online tool called myHiring. This tool allows recruiters and managers to view recruitment activities worldwide for all candidates, from interns and co-ops to experienced prospects.
In 2011, TI:
- Hired 3,169 new employees globally. Approximately 40 percent were women, up from 35 percent in 2010. In the U.S., 48 percent of new hires were ethnic minorities, up from 35 percent.
- Welcomed and provided orientations for more than 5,000 new employees gained through the acquisition of National Semiconductor.
- Increased new college graduate hires worldwide by 75 percent over 2010.
- Increased student participation in our internship and co-op programs by nearly 60 percent over 2010.
In 2012, our priorities include:
- Leveraging our employment value proposition to make TI the employer of choice with top talent.
- Increasing new college graduate hiring to develop a strong pipeline to meet our future needs.
- Growing our global intern/co-op programs to supply 65 to 75 percent of our college graduate hires.
- Implementing an infrastructure that supports our multiyear China hiring plan to meet TI's future needs for skilled professionals.