- Philips North America update14 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 North America update30+ days ago
Philips announces Q2 2015 results- beats estimates and heavily aided by comparable sales growth and margin improvement in its North America market. http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vIKKo
At Philips, our goal is to improve the lives of 3 billion people a year by 2025 through innovation that is designed for people, by people. We know that in order to be truly innovative, it requires you to make your career personally meaningful. To bring what matters to you in life to everything you do in your career. That's why our employees pull from the passions, interests, and hobbies that create meaning in their own life to successfully change lives of others every day. Philips’ people first culture and commitment to providing unlimited possibilities to develop one's career in the directions to which they aspire demonstrates a dedication to inspiring good people, not just hiring employees. At Philips, employees enjoy contributing to cutting edge solutions that truly improve lives, allowing them to 'do good' while doing great and create a legacy in life through their work.
To learn more about the meaningful career opportunites that Philips has across all its businesses in North America, click here. You can also opt-in to receive updates on future career opportunities and company updates through Philips’ Talent Community.
Fast Facts about Philips:
• Philips is one of the world’s top-50 most valuable brands and most innovative companies as recognized by Interbrand and Thomson Reuters
• 70% of the top 50 U.S. hospitals have chosen Philips solutions for cardiology
• Philips lights 65% of the world’s top airports, 30% of offices and hospitals, and landmarks such as the Empire State Building, the New Years' Eve Times Square Ball, and the Great Pyramids
• Each day more than one million of our consumer lifestyle products are purchased by individuals and families around the world
• Philips was named one of the Happiest Companies in America by CareerBliss and ranked #7 on Forbes' list of The Top 25 Big Companies with the Best Work-Life Balance in 2015
The beauty of every Philips innovation lies in the fact that it's been created to meet a very personal, unique need of an individual or society. We use technology as a means to solve some of society's most challenging needs; not to simply improve technology for technology's sake. People are the beginning, middle, and end of our business, and that's why it is so important for us to create a culture where well-being, learning & development are as important as business results.
Take the story of Mark Russak as an example... Mark has been deployed on 5 military missions to both Iraq and Afghanistan throughout his tenure as a Philips employee. While away serving our country, his manager and colleagues team up to cover his work, periodically check in with his family, and frequently make donations to humanitarian missions he leads overseas. For Mark, Philips isn't his just his employer; we are his support base and extended family.
“I have deployed many times to Iraq and Afghanistan over the years and the one thing I never have to worry about is my employer, because Philips has proved over and over again that they are here for me and my family. Many troops don’t have that kind of support in the work place. The fine folks at Philips are a true blessing to us and we are very grateful.” ~ Mark Russak
To learn more about our culture of people-centricity and inclusion, click here.
Hear more about working at Philips from our very own recruiters:
Three years ago, our global CEO created a roadmap for Philips to unlock its full potential as a company. He also realized that to be able to realize its success, we must unlock the individual potential of every one of our 122,000+ employees across the globe. From that vision, our inclusive approach to talent management at Philips was born...
One where internal mobility is encouraged across our diverse sectors, regions and product lines. In fact, our talent acquisition professionals are held accountable for filling a lofty percent of available vacancies with internal talent. This vision has also led us to do away with pre-defined career paths, and instead empower each employee to create an annual individual development plan each year that reflects their personal aspirations, passions, and skill sets.
We've found that by taking this approach, a growth and performance culture has surfaced, and the outcomes delivered by our diverse employee base are as unique as the individual stories behind them. Take Catherine Rose's story as an example...
Visit http://www.lightaide.org/ to learn more about Philps LightAide.
To learn more about career development at Philips please click here.
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.What used to be merely a source of paycheck to generations past has now become an important part of achieving a sense of meaning and fulfillment in life. And that 'thing' is your career.
At Philips, we believe our meaningful mission and continuing history of innovation is the perfect platform to create your legacy in life through your work. We encourage and reward a spirit of creativity and entrepreneurialism because that is the only way we can continue delivering innovation to those that need it most. We hope that gets you even a little bit excited!
That opportunity, combined with Karen's passion for helping others and 'tinkering with things until they worked', has helped her find success at Philips nearly 50 patents later. Read her full story by clicking here.
To discover more examples of how Philips people are making it matter in their careers, click here.
Imagine going to work every day knowing that whatever you accomplish in your day- whatever new ideas and unique skills you bring to the table- will help directly shape the products, solutions, and services that are improving sustainability, health and wellness solutions used by billions of people around the world. That's what a career at Philips is like, and if you're ready to see the challenge of innovation through that lens, we think you've found your match in us.
So what types of game-changing innovation has Philips delivered recently? Here are just a few...
- A proof of concept, developed by Philips IntelliVue Solutions group and Accenture, which uses Google Glass to give doctors the ability to perform surgery while monitoring and reacting to changes in the patient's vital signs without ever taking their eyes off the procedure.
- Philips AirFryer- A consumer product that allows you to enjoy your favorite fried foods with 80% less fat, by replacing fatty oils with an embedded rapid air technology system.
- Philips Hue - A wireless mobile lighting solution, created in collaboration with Apple, that gives smartphone users the ability to control home lighting via their mobile devices and effortlessly create lighting environments that improve well-being, energy levels, or other desired states of well-being.
To learn more about all Philips is doing to deliver innovation that matters in North America, click here.
Or to express interest in being part of our meaningful mission, introduce yourself to our talent community by completing a short profile at https://philips.avature.net/talent.
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Very good work environment. Nice facility up at Ossining, well equipped with all the different advancements for Research. Loads to learn from the Colleagues. Very Knowledgeable.
Low Pay. Far away from the Residential places.
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It was weird that they focused on questions they are familiar, but not even related to the position. Technical round was fun, behavioral round is tedious and they showed no interest at all.
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Philips North America is headquartered in Andover, Massachusetts and is affiliated with the Netherlands-based Royal Philips Electronics N.V., a diversified health and well-being company, focused on improving people’s lives through timely innovations. Philips opened its first U.S. office in 1933, and today, the United States is the company’s largest single market in the world ...
Mission: Our 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.