National Instruments has announced that it ranks No. 25 in the multinational category of top 100 best workplaces in Europe. The Great Place to Work Institute conducted the survey of more than 2,300 organisations in 19 European countries. This honour is a testament to NI’s commitment to creating exceptional workplaces worldwide.
“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,” said Cate Prescott, NI director of human resources for Europe. “Being recognised among the Great Place to Work Best Workplaces in Europe is something we are very proud of and which we believe confirms we are a company ‘Built to Last’.”
The award ceremony was held in Luxembourg City, where Anna Garanzini, NI Human Resources Business Partner accepted the award on behalf of National Instruments. NI strives to create a great place to work for its employees worldwide. Its guiding principles spark inspiration and originality, encouraging employees to autonomously work in an environment that promotes trust and innovation. This vision-driven work environment promotes meeting the world’s grand challenges for engineering through innovation and community involvement.