Hill-Rom Reviews

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Hill-Rom President, CEO, and Director John J. Greisch
John J. Greisch
44 Ratings

    I loved this place, and was proud to work there!

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    Former Employee - Business Analyst in Cary, NC
    Former Employee - Business Analyst in Cary, NC

    I worked at Hill-Rom full-time (more than 3 years)


    This company invested immensely in me (and all of their employees), promoting into different roles to develop and leverage my strengths. Their people were great; products are the best in the industry; strategic acquisitions as well as organic development continue the legacy. Excellent benefits. My manager did an excellent job keeping us apprised of higher business decisions, direction, and changes affecting the company, division, and our team. Strong and clear market analyses with good market/customer feature driven development. When reorgs occurred they generally led to promotions and better-fit roles.


    Challenges with overreach; R&D is chronically understaffed and unable (though desperate) to execute upon the vision. Overly conservative corporate approach driven too heavily by quarterly returns caused a lot of management stress and disappointment -- innovation for them too often meant creative budget execution. Salaries were typically below market value with very difficult or impossible negotiation.

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    Corporate leadership could take more risks and focus less on quarterly returns; the net effect would be far better for customers and shareholders alike. Trust your divisional leaders (at least this division's), they are excellent.

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Hill-Rom Interviews

Updated Nov 23, 2014
Updated Nov 23, 2014

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Interview Experience


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Getting an Interview


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    Financial Leadership Development Program Interview

    Anonymous Employee
    Anonymous Employee
    Application Details

    I applied online – interviewed at Hill-Rom in November 2014.

    Interview Details

    One phone interview, 30 minutes long, not difficult, all behavioral questions. The second interview was in Chicago in their downtown offices. The interview consisted of 5 50 minute interviews that consisted of mostly behavioral questions, one case study.

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    I didn't want to live in Batesville Indian

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Website www.hill-rom.com
Headquarters Batesville, IN
Size 5000+ Employees
Founded Unknown
Type Subsidiary or Business Segment
Industry Manufacturing
Revenue Unknown / Non-Applicable per year
Competitors Invacare, KCI, Stryker

Hill-Rom's bottom line rests on hospital beds and other items for patient care and comfort. The company makes hospital beds, including beds for specific departments such as the ICU and OR, and other furnishings for patient rooms and home health use. It also provides non-invasive devices that improve circulation and treat bed sores -- both problems common to those confined to their beds. Hill-Rom sells its beds worldwide through a direct sales force and distributors; much of its revenue comes through deals with group purchasing organizations and government entities. The... More

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