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30+ days ago

Ultrasound Probe Repair Engineer

Philips Healthcare Nashville, TN

In your role as a Ultrasound Probe Repair Engineer, you will conduct business at the AllParts Medical facility in Nashville, Tennessee. The operation… Philips Healthcare

30+ days ago

Inside Sales Associate- All-Parts (Nashville, TN)

Philips Healthcare Nashville, TN

• Sales growth is expected through prospecting new customers, primarily focusing on transactional customers- as well as retaining current… Philips Healthcare

30+ days ago

Service Product Marketing Manager

Philips Healthcare Nashville, TN

Utilize business analytics to identify market trends, competitive threats, and growth opportunities and recommend action plans. Work collaboratively… Philips Healthcare

30+ days ago

Sales, Account Manager - General Imaging (Memphis / Nashville / Arkansas)

Philips Healthcare Nashville, TN

• Close ratio or win loss is equal to our market share. • Develop customer… Philips Healthcare

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    Good pay and benefits, lack of focused management

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    Former Employee - Support Engineer in Alpharetta, GA
    Former Employee - Support Engineer in Alpharetta, GA

    I worked at Philips Healthcare


    Pay and Benefits are excellent and within line with other companies. The people on my team were for the most part excellent to work with and other teams in the building were by and far very helpful. The daily environment was good from a people perspective


    Management or lack thereof. Unfortunately the company hires number crunchers instead of people who know the business. This leads to very short term thinking and managers only worried about fudging spreadsheets to make sure they get their bonus. Leads to frustration within the teams because policies are not good for the employees or the customer. The healthcare side of the company could be doing so much better if there was a common sense knowledge base of how to run things and what the customer actually wants and needs. Layoffs every year for the last number of years leads to high stress and it is turning into a bit of a protect myself and my knowledge situation and is limiting the helpful nature of teamwork

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    Stop hiring numbers crunchers. Go back to hiring managers who have worked in the field of the team they are managing. Actually listen to your employees. Some short term sacrifices can lead to long term success. Stop releasing products before they are ready and train all support staff appropriately. No more train the trainer

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