People and Culture

The greatest and most sustainable long-term competitive advantage for National Instruments is its culture and employees who directly influence the continued success of the company’s other key stakeholders: customers, shareholders, suppliers, and the communities in which they live and work. As NI continues its steady growth and global expansion, the company ensures that its “people advantage” strategy is preserved. With this strategy, NI meticulously hires the best and brightest employees, nurtures a great work environment with superior career development opportunities, and maintains a culture of giving through relevant and impactful employee and company philanthropy programs.

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Hire and Retain the Best and Brightest

National Instruments hires top talent from leading universities and retains employees through meaningful work, a fun environment, and a variety of developmental programs.

Create a Great Place to Work

NI is a place where employees can brainstorm with top professional minds, reinvent their jobs as they develop their skills, and join coworkers in health and wellness activities at the end of the day.

Maintain a Culture of Giving

At headquarters, and the more than 40 NI offices around the world, the company strives to improve the education, health, and well-being of its communities through employee philanthropy and volunteerism.

BY THE NUMBERS

$1M

USD donated by NI employees to their communities throughout the year

8

NI offices recognized by the Great Place to Work Institute

10%

increase in worldwide headcount

Frank Hauser

Great Place to Work Institute

“It is impressive how NI Germany is able to build a great team from dedicated and highly skilled individuals. We find a great team striving to support innovations for the sake of the greater community.”