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Anonymous shared this review of National Instruments, United States on Feb 22nd, 2021
"generally okay for women but not a lot of women at the company overall"
Anonymous shared this review of National Instruments, United States on Oct 29th, 2020
"They sell you a good picture in the recruiting process, but once you’re in, you see that most of the leaders are white men, and the few women who are leaders are easily influenced or their thoughts and recommendations are not considered. They are far, far behind in DEI, and are only starting that journey due to the current US climate in this area. "
Anonymous shared this review of National Instruments on May 28th, 2018
"It used to be worth it here for the benefits and culture, even if the pay wasn't as good. I don't think that's as true today."
Anonymous shared this review of National Instruments on Oct 25th, 2017
"Be honest about the flexibility you need. I have found them to be accommodating, but only when I ask for it directly and specifically. "
Anonymous shared this review of National Instruments on Oct 16th, 2017
"I really enjoyed working here. I did a 6 month internship in 2015 during college. My team helped me learn and grow. My team was very small and had majority women, which I think is uncommon at this company."
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