NI shines in national workplace poll
National Instruments UK has been named the 3rd best place to work in the UK in the medium-sized company category by the Great Place to Work Institute.
The ranking is based on an annual survey that polls employees from companies regarding the quality of their corporate cultures and filters results through strict criteria to select the best workplaces.
“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,” said Robert Morton, managing director, National Instruments UK.
The Institute has also named National Instruments as one of the best places to work in countries including Germany, Italy, France, Japan and Mexico.
“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.
The Great Place to Work Institute compiles the list of best workplaces each year, surveying employees from participating companies. Two-thirds of the score is based on how these employees respond to the independent survey measuring the quality of their workplace culture.
The remaining third of the score is based on an evaluation of company responses to a culture audit.