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24 days ago

Quality Analyst

Philips Electronics Stamford, CT

QA analysts look at products, systems, materials and documentation to make sure there are no defects, and make sure that it is made to company… Philips Electronics


30+ days ago

Sr. Marketing Manager - Oral Healthcare

Philips Electronics Stamford, CT

Lead the development of multi-year (BMC) plans for the Brand: • Conduct market research to determine market requirements for existing and future… Philips Electronics


30+ days ago

Global Learning & Development Manager

Philips Electronics Stamford, CT

• Actively define and manage the learning architecture, or its unique map of agreed-upon learning needs, learning strategies, and delivery strategies… Philips Electronics


30+ days ago

Sr. Manager, Planning

Philips Electronics Stamford, CT

includes planning demand and importing of supplies from multiple global supply centers. Duties also include late customization of Finished Goods in… Philips Electronics


30+ days ago

Call Center Manager

Philips Electronics Stamford, CT

· Achieving established revenue growth expectations for dental practices within the Inside Sales Default territories · The primary goal is to… Philips Electronics


26 days ago

Field Service Engineer - Ultrasound

Philips Electronics Briarcliff Manor, NY

Philips is seeking a field service engineer to support their Ultrasound business . This position will be responsible for customer relationship… Philips Electronics


30+ days ago

Supply Planner

Philips Electronics Stamford, CT

Join our growing Stamford team as Supply Planner and you will be responsible for supply planning activities for North America, including importing of… Philips Electronics


30+ days ago

Intellectual Property Counsel - Licensing

Philips Electronics Briarcliff Manor, NY

Participate in all phases of Intellectual Property licensing projects: • Analyze competitors products through reverse engineering efforts to… Philips Electronics


30+ days ago

Sr. Intellectual Property Counsel - Digital Innovation

Philips Electronics Briarcliff Manor, NY

As an IP Counsel in IP&S you will be a strategic advisor in IP matters to Philips businesses and research organizations. You will help to shape and… Philips Electronics


16 days ago

Sr National Account Manager

Philips Electronics Paramus, NJ

• Accountable for achieving budgeted sales volumes, prices and profit margin at a specified number of customers and accountable for managing the… Philips Electronics


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    Former Employee - Inside Sales Representative in Stamford, CT
    Former Employee - Inside Sales Representative in Stamford, CT

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    Pros

    I was a recent grad and they offered me an Inside Sales (ISR) job with a pretty good hourly rate considering it was my first professional position out of business school. It was entry-level and we were probably the lowest ranking employees at the office, but they treated us very well. We had growth opportunities - some ISRs were promoted to supervisory roles in the department, or transferred to another department they wanted a career in after only about a year. My coworkers and supervisors were down-to-earth guys whom I developed friendships with, we played on the softball team together and went to happy hour, and were the main reason I put up with my (very long) daily commute. I'll note that I was also a top producer and happened to get along with them, and not everyone enjoyed it as much as I did. They value work/life balance more than most companies.

    Cons

    We were very qualified ISRs with a dedicated territory and client base to develop, but we were a glorified call center. My first day of training was the first day the department itself was created so things were pretty laid back at first. As time progressed it became much more uptight. Micro-managing was always a problem, but it became a very serious problem. You were expected to be on the phone every second of the day. You need to take a constant flow of inbound calls while also hitting your outbound call numbers, and every move you made was recorded and monitored, and criticized even if you did well and hit goal. A board was installed to show your status, which you had to constantly update, and showed how long you were at that status. (picture a 40" TV with your name on a list with a status that says "in the bathroom - 15 minutes"...a little embarrassing). The supervisors were put under pressure by the managers, managers by the district managers, and so on. Obviously we were at the bottom so it all trickled down. Goals were raised to unachievable numbers. People left, people were let go - including supervisors and the Outside Sales Reps we supported within our territories - and eventually they just replaced those who left with temps from Aerotek, which is an awful temporary staffing agency. I've worked with temps from agencies such as Office Team, Robert Half, and others I can't remember and they were qualified and professional, so nothing against people who seek temporary work, but as for the aerotek temps half of them weren't qualified and were even vocal that they were shocked they were placed in a role like this with no related experience or education. It was indicative of the changes, that this was indeed just a call center that needed bodies with voices. They turned to Aerotek because they needed people who knew how to answer a phone, and they threw whoever they had in the role. The office became an unprofessional joke and morale plummeted for those who were actually qualified and good at their jobs. All of the non temps from the beginning wanted out.

    Advice to Management

    Almost every manager from my time there has left for another position. My advice to the new management would be to consider why that is.


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