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National Instruments Ranks Among FORTUNE Magazine’s 100 Top Employers For Fifteen Consecutive Years

National Instruments Ranks Among FORTUNE Magazine’s 100 Top Employers For Fifteen Consecutive Years

22.01.2014

FORTUNE Magazine named National Instruments (Nasdaq: NATI) among the 100 Best Companies to Work For in the nation for the 15th consecutive year. NI ranks #66 for 2014, a testament to NI’s commitment to its 100-year plan and culture.

NI’s vision-driven approach has brought consistent and wide recognition to the company. In November 2013, the Great Place to Work® Institute ranked NI #9 on its World’s Best Multinational Workplaces list. The Great Place to Work® Institute also recognized nine of NI’s international branches in 2013: China, Costa Rica, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, Mexico, Switzerland and the UK.

"NI is committed to hiring the best and the brightest employees who, through their work, empower engineers and scientists to address the world’s biggest challenges and inspire the next generation of innovators,” said Dr. James Truchard, president, CEO and cofounder of National Instruments.

NI’s culture focuses on the long-term success of the company and its four stakeholders: customers, employees, shareholders and suppliers. NI’s core values and investment in its 100-year plan help the company culture scale to NI branches worldwide.

“NI is grateful for the recognition that FORTUNE Magazine has given our company for the past 15 years,” said Mark Finger, vice president of human resources at National Instruments. “Our people advantage strategy and global company culture ensure not only the success of NI, but also the success of our individual employees.”

National Instruments, www.ni.com


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