National Instruments UK Recognised by the Great Place to Work Institute as One of the UK’s Best Workplaces for the 7th Consecutive Year

8th June 2012
News Release from: National Instruments
Written by : ES Admin
National Instruments UK Recognised by the Great Place to Work Institute as One of the UK’s Best Workplaces for the 7th Consecutive Year
For the 7th consecutive year, the Great Place to Work Institute has named National Instruments UK in its annual list of the Best Workplaces in the UK. The company ranked 3rd in the top 25 Best Medium Workplaces in the 2012 survey. This recognition is based on an annual survey that polls employees from hundreds of companies regarding the quality of their corporate cultures and filters results through strict criteria to select the best workplaces.
This honour builds on a consistent pattern of worldwide recognition for NI. For the 13th consecutive year, FORTUNE magazine has named National Instruments in its annual list of 100 Best Companies to Work For. The company was also recently included as one of the top 25 companies in FORTUNE magazine’s list of The World’s Best Multinational Workplaces. In addition, the Great Place to Work Institute has named National Instruments as one of the best places to work in countries including Germany, Italy, France, Japan and Mexico.

“National Instruments is built on strong principles that place employees and workplace culture at the centre of our company’s success,” said said Robert Morton, Managing Director, National Instruments UK. “Winning this award for the 7th consecutive year 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. NI UK is full of talented people, committed to the company's success, who have fun helping to build one of the UK's leading providers of graphical system design tools for measurement and automation applications”.

“We are proud to be recognised again in this year's list and we look forward to continuing a tradition of fun, innovation and excellence for decades to come” said Hannah Robinson, Human Resources Manager, National Instruments UK. “Continued recognition in the UK Best Workplaces report offers great future prospects and puts us in a good position to continue to build a company that is 'Built to Last'.”

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