- Philips Healthcare update7 days ago
In its new ranking of 50 companies that "Change the World," Fortune magazine recognizes Philips for "doing well by doing good." The inaugural list shines a spotlight on top companies that are innovating business solutions to address complex social and environmental challenges. Philips is ranked #34.
- Philips Healthcare update30+ days ago
Philips announces Q2 2015 results- beats estimates and encouraged by comparable sales growth and margin improvement in both Healthcare and Lighting domains. http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vIKK3
Philips Healthcare is a world-wide leader in cardiac care, patient monitoring, home healthcare solutions, and related customer service. What's more important though, is that we're a family of 18,000 people across 12 locations in North America, tirelessly dedicated to creating the future of healthcare and saving lives.
The Philips Healthcare business is grounded in the belief that clinical excellence and continuous innovation around the patient experience can fundamentally change healthcare as we know it. And several of the groups' employees are living, breathing examples of what happens when that belief is put into action. Take Laurie Haugen's story as an example...
Fun Facts about Philips Healthcare:
•Philips is among the top 3 global healthcare companies and offers over 450 products and services
•Philips Healthcare accounts for approximately 40% of Philips’ overall sales, making it the company’s largest sector
•We are organized across four strategic business groups – Imaging Systems, Patient Care and Clinical Informatics, Home Healthcare Solutions and Customer Services.
•We were named Overall Performance Leader in Imaging Equipment in the 2013 Best in KLAS Awards
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A career with Philips Healthcare means improving your own life as you work hard to improve the health of others. Named #7 on Forbes list of Big Companies with the best work-life balance in 2015, we work hard to ensure that all employees feel in balance and at their best. Because in our line of work, there is a patient at the end of everything we do, and that is something we're not willing to compromise on.
Watch how Lindsey's life was changed by Philips Healthcare equipment and support the company provided her after delivering premature twin babies.
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Hear more about working at Philips from our very own recruiters:
'Unlimited development opportunities' sounds like a lofty statement, but when you embrace a journey of lifelong learning and take advantage of Philips annual individual development planning process & resources, it quickly becomes a reality.
At Philips, we only ask that every team member share our passion for improving lives, and from there the direction your career takes over time is up to you. Whether you want to make a lateral move to work in a new modality, pursue a vertical move to deepen your resume, or redirect your career in a whole new industry, the size and breadth of our business can help you get there.
Take for example, Ali Esfandiari, a Director of Sales Operations for Philips Healthcare, who began his career in Electrical Engineering and has since led his career in a variety of both planned and unplanned directions. With guidance from a Philips mentor and on-the-job experience of learning what he truly finds most interesting, he has ascended into his dream role with a team he couldn't speak more highly of. Check out his full story here.
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We get it. The role of work, and what you want out of it, has drastically changed over the years, and that's not a bad thing. Because to succeed in the healthcare industry, you need to be working for more than yourself. You need to commit to being your best for others, and in doing so, leave a legacy behind that you're proud of. Many Philips Healthcare employees- past and present- know what this feels like. We hope you get to experience that feeling too as our future employee.
Take Georgina Michael's story, as one such example. Inspired by her passion for hiking and nature, she uses the energy she gets from living her passion to help bring the future of healthcare to others as a Global Stakeholder Relations Manager for Philips Healthcare. View her full story.
To discover more examples of how Philips people are making it matter in their careers, click here.
Imagine waking up each morning, knowing that what you'll do with your day will impact the future of healthcare around the world. And that the best, brightest and even obscure ideas that you have will be valued and considered. Because the only way to create that future is to innovate beyond what already exists. That's what a career in Philips Healthcare is like, and what you could be a part of.
We take insights from some of the most recognized healthcare organizations and physicians - like Georgia Regents Medical Center, Cleveland Clinic, and Mercy and use them to deliver industry-leading healthcare innovations that touch the lives of real people. Like the 3D imaging equipment that introduced Philips Healthcare employee, Seth Harpster, to his unborn baby girl.
To learn more about how we are creating the future of healthcare and saving lives, click here.
Or to express interest in being part of this meaningful mission, introduce yourself to our talent community by completing a short profile at https://philips.avature.net/talent.
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I love the company and it's values. Generous vacation and sick time. Offers full boat insurance, full gym, full cafeteria, onsite doctor appointments, bus passes, extra discounts for businesses outside of the organization.
Reminds me of high school, Managers plays favorites. Any type of IT changes to make the company systems work for you are put onto the back burner for months or years.
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Please stop treating adults like children.
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I applied online. The process took 4+ weeks. I interviewed at Philips Healthcare (Pittsburgh, PA).
I submitted my application and got a call from HR the very next day. She was very nice on the phone, and started describing the position in detail, including all of the responsibilities and even the benefits the company offered. She then asked a little about myself and my current position. She mistakenly thought I worked in heart monitor research, but I am in oncology. I think that's the main reason she contacted me, as I got an "Oh" in response, and the job is for sleeping and pulmonary devices. Although, she remained enthusiastic and said she would submit my information to the hiring manager and should expect someone to get in contact with me within a couple days. A week and half went by, so I reached out and asked if she would get back to me regardless of whether they were still interested or not, and she replied with, "Yes, I get back to candidates either way." Well, I never heard anything back, and that was about a month ago. It's fine that they do not want to go further in the interviewing process, but do not lie to candidates and say you'll get back to them either way and do not. It only keeps you waiting in anticipation, and it's a huge letdown when so much time passes without anything.
- Typical screening questions like why I wanted to leave my current company after many years with them, and also what kind of salary I was looking for. Answer Question
A world-wide leader in cardiac care, patient monitoring and home healthcare, Philips Healthcare, headquartered globally in Andover, Massachusetts, employs approximately 15,000 people across 41 sites in the U.S. and is among the top-three global healthcare companies. The strategy for the Healthcare business is grounded in the belief that clinical excellence and continuous ...
Mission: Philips mission is to improve the lives of 3 billion people per year by 2025. Philips' employees pull from the passions, interests, and hobbies that create meaning in their own life to successfully change lives of others every day.