There aren't many extra perks, but NI has a solid benefits package. Recent changes to 401k matching and vacation policy have put the company in line with industry - it was great to see the company respond to these deltas in a proactive way. There are a lot of long-time employees, so a sabbatical program would be refreshing!
Vacation accrual is pretty good, unless they've kept the yearly cap on hours. Cigna has gotten significantly worse as an insurance provider yet they haven't looked for a new one. Far too much priority placed on married couples/families.
National Instruments has a low salary. Reasonable vacation after an update a couple years ago. Health and 401k are solid.
ESPP, decent vacation time, great insurance.
Best thing is an onsite medical clinic. Worst thing is they make it extremely expensive to cover your spouse if they have an option for insurance through their employer.
Fairly standard health benefits, 4% retirement match, some paid vacation (starting at 3 weeks) some small perks and discounts - but in general, nothing to write home about.
Overall benefits package was OK. Standard for the industry.
Variety of plan options to choose from. Large network of healthcare providers.
A very comprehensive benefits package that includes paternity leave in addition to help for those trying to adopt. The benefits here are incredibly generous and family oriented.
Pros: good benefits package, good health insurance coverage (including dental and vision), more vacation days + sick days. Cons: no bonus.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.