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MICHAEL STEFFES

Texas Instruments has a well known (internally) age out policy. Once you get over a certain age, regardless of your performance, HR anoints a steady block of older employees to be aged out. This is done by progressively more hostile management with workload overloads - most folks quit, but if you don't - that pile on a impossible PIP to work towards dismissal - everyone knows this has been going on for decades in TI, but their HR is very practiced in contriving a termination for cause chain of evidence.

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