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 recognitions on a global scale, attesting to the importance NI places on maintaining a collaborative corporate culture.
Recognized by the Great Place to Work Institute as the #15 top multinational workplace and a top company to work for in 11 countries
Exceeded participation expectations in the new high-deductible health plan, which encourages employees to take an active role in their health care
Continue offering competitive benefits packages despite increases in health care costs
Maintain an average of 80% of surveyed employees worldwide describing NI as a great place to work
Continue to improve the health and wellness of the US employee base by achieving 98% participation in the annual HRA and a continued reduction in medical risk factors of the control group established in 2012
Vice President of Emerging Markets
Victor Mieres has put his body through years of breakfast, lunch, and dinner meetings. Two years ago, Victor decided to change his lifestyle. He relocated to Singapore and decided to get “fit to lead.” He found great support from coworkers who motivated him along the way. “As a ‘wellness champion,’ I went from being sedentary and overweight to becoming an active and trim triathlete,” said Victor, who recently finished the Singapore Marathon in less than four hours and the 3M Austin Half Marathon in one hour and 33 minutes. His next goal is to complete the Malaysia Half Ironman in less than six hours.