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Once per year based on performance. Typical raise amounts are very low.

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401K matching, Medical, ESPP, 3 weeks vacation

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Not sure about relocation but they do offer a yearly bonus but have ensured that the formula used means that the bonuses are kept low to non existant most years.

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The engineers drive our innovation but the Business support side makes it possible for them to do that. Make sure your managers, especially engineering who oversee anyone in Business Support, are taking time to to recognize their employees

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I would pivot business directions to seek a larger and faster growing market.

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Average for this type of company, after almost 20 years I had around 3 weeks a year.

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They are flexible. You can work as much as you need to get your responsibilities done. If you take on too much, you will work far more then 40 hours a week. If you work to balance your work and life, NI will work with you and ensure you have a healthy balance.

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Past project experience and wanted me to answer in STAR format.

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Probably not part time.

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