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Hill-Rom President, CEO, and Director John J. Greisch
John J. Greisch
61 Ratings
  • HILL-ROM Is A Stepping Stone For A Better Job Elsewhere

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    Former Employee - Past Employee in Charleston, SC
    Former Employee - Past Employee in Charleston, SC
    Doesn't Recommend
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    Disapproves of CEO


    Quality products and a fair amount of good co-workers


    I was a full time employee for over a decade. Business was excellent in my territory yet suddenly I was let go along with a vast number of other employees. This in itself was shocking but what made matters worse is there were many unqualified employees who were not terminated. Lastly, HILL-ROM lost its' personal touch when it became a share holding company. I knew everyone's job was at risk when the new CEO came on board and said all profits would go right back into the company. He certainly draws an astronomical salary and bonuses yet other people lost their jobs, and in turn, they also lost their homes and could not provide for their families. You can slice it any way you want but corporate greed is one of main reasons why this company is no longer employee friendly or safe haven for any employee.

    Advice to Management

    Use caution and do your homework before you terminate employees. You have too high of a turn over in upper management for them to make a educated decision on who to retain or terminate. Maybe give the CEO a nudge and see if he is willing to drop his salary and bonuses so others can keep their jobs?

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