What makes it so great?
If it ain't broke, don't fix it. Or at least that's what the folks at National Instruments seem to believe. Their "100-year plan" balances short-term business goals with the company's core values.
Employee Appreciation Week, service award luncheons, and milestone celebrations further the company's mission. "National Instruments is the most unique company I have ever seen," claims an employee. "[Its] culture exudes openness, honesty, and fairness. People work extremely hard here, [but] the company also promotes being able to relax and enjoy your life outside of work, to keep a healthy balance."
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