National Instruments recognised by The Great Place to Work Institute for 10th consecutive year

The Great Place to Work Institute has recognised National Instruments as one of the UK’s Best Workplaces for the 10th consecutive year. This decade-long achievement entitles NI to join a select group of only eight UK companies who are recognised as Best Workplaces Masters.  

“NI is proud to be recognised again in this year’s list for the 10th consecutive year and to join the ranks of the Best Workplaces Masters” said Sam Gill, NI Human Resources Business Partner for Northern Europe. “We look forward to continuing a tradition of fun, innovation and excellence for decades to come. Continued recognition in the UK Best Workplaces report reflects great future prospects for our employees and puts us in a good position to continue to build a company together that is ‘Built to Last’”.

NI UK ranks 11th in the medium-sized company category (50-499 employees) for 2015, a testament to NI’s commitment to its 100-year plan and strong company culture. “This award reflects the hard work each NI employee contributes in creating this company’s unique corporate culture, which gives us the opportunity to work hard and play hard” said Georg Plasswilm, NI Northern European Region sales director. “NI UK is full of talented people, committed to customer and company success, who have fun helping to build the UK’s leading provider of measurement and control technologies and systems”.

NI strives to create a great place to work for its employees worldwide. NI’s vision-driven work environment promotes meeting the world’s grand challenges for engineering through purposeful, innovative work and community involvement. For the fourth consecutive year, NI achieved a top 20 ranking on the Great Place to Work Institute’s list of the World’s Best Multinational Workplaces. NI has consistently achieved these recognition’s on a global scale, attesting to the importance NI places on maintaining a collaborative corporate culture.

National Instruments’ Work Culture
The greatest and most sustainable long-term competitive advantage for NI is its employees, who directly influence the company culture and the company’s continued success. As NI continues its steady growth and global expansion, the company ensures that its “people advantage” strategy is preserved, lending success to the company’s other key stakeholders: customers, shareholders, and partners. With this strategy, NI meticulously hires the best and brightest employees, nurtures a great work environment with career development opportunities and purposeful work, and maintains a culture of giving through relevant and impactful employee and company philanthropy programs. To learn more about NI’s corporate culture, visit

Methodology: How the Great Place to Work Institute Evaluate the Best Workplaces
Organisations who take part in the Best Workplaces Programme are evaluated using the Great Place to Work’s unique methodology which combines the results from the employee survey (Trust Index) and the management survey (Culture Audit.) The experience of employees is the most important element of the evaluation, accounting for two thirds of the total score and the management survey the last third. For more information on the Great Place to Work Institute and to see the full list of companies detailed in the 2015 report, please go to


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