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Manager of Development – new

National Instruments Austin, TX

include collaborating with Customer Education Marketing to plan the development roadmap, and assign the resources needed to complete those projects… National Instruments

4 days ago

Software Interaction Design Intern

National Instruments Austin, TX

As an Intern/Co-Op, you’ll be expected to... • Collaborate with software developers, project managers, and other designers to define the user… National Instruments

7 days ago

RF System Engineer

National Instruments Austin, TX

This position is for a Pre-Sales RF Systems Engineer focused primarily on development and implementation of wireless test systems for high volume… National Instruments

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National Instruments Chairman, President, and CEO James J. Truchard
James J. Truchard
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  • Great company to work for!

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    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee in Austin, TX
    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee in Austin, TX
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    I have been working at National Instruments full-time (More than 10 years)


    Great training opportunities for those who come straight from college, and those coming in with experience. Management cares and provides plenty of opportunities for career development. The company has been in the list of Fortune's list of best 100 companies to work for for 15 years (1999-2014). Great culture, smart, friendly, easy going employees. Stable company with no major layoffs ever. Great work/life balance.


    Compensation was falling behind as compared to other similar companies for similar types of jobs. Employee engagement was also falling behind. As a result the attrition rate in 2014 was higher than normal. This was also the first year NI did not get on the list of best 100 companies to work for (2015). Management took all this to heart, and really made big changes. Focus areas - compensation packages, employee engagement, employee satisfaction, career development opportunities.

    Advice to Management

    Keep your ear to the ground and regularly close the loop with the employees who help make this company a great place to work, and who help create innovative products that improve everyday life.

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