National Instruments UK & Ireland continues to be a great place to work – It’s official!

For the 11th consecutive year, National Instruments UK & Ireland has been recognised as one of the 50 best medium-sized workplaces in the UK by The Great Place to Work Institute. In the 2016 listing, NI ranks in 17th position.

 

“We are extremely proud to be recognised, once again, in this year’s list,” said Ben Walters, NI human resources business partner for Northern Europe. “NI’s talented employees directly influence the work-place culture, contribute to the company’s success and are our greatest, most sustainable long-term competitive advantage. Our strong, vision-driven company culture promotes a fun and friendly environment for meaningful, innovative work, where we empower our customers to improve the world.”

 

How the Great Place to Work Institute evaluates 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 2016 report, go to http://www.greatplacetowork.co.uk/.

 

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