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Chicago, IL
5001 to 10000 employees
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Company - Public (HRC)
Manufacturing
$1 to $2 billion (USD) per year
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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 ... Read more

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Hill-Rom President, CEO, and Director John J. Greisch
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    Former Employee - Rental Order Management in Batesville, IN
    Former Employee - Rental Order Management in Batesville, IN
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    I worked at Hill-Rom (More than a year)

    Pros

    This was a nice place to work. They have a lot of quality people. I loved working directly with certain reps.

    Cons

    They tend to "re-organize" about every 6 months and that means lay-offs galore. It's sad to see people yiubwork with get that bad news. It's also stressful wondering when it will be your turn.

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Hill-Rom Interviews

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    Executive Assistant Interview

    Anonymous Interview Candidate in Chicago, IL
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    Interview

    Recruiter from Hill-Rom reached out to me to set up an interview call.

    I spoke with her to establish a time. An invite was sent and accepted.

    I was prepared for the call on-time and ready with my laptop open.

    The call did not happen, the message remained as accepted by the recruiter from Hill-Rom. I sent a message to them that I would be available for another 30 minutes should this call still continue. No response.

    Such behavior leads me to suspect a better candidate was immediately established and I was suddenly disregarded without notice, and/or my age was established on the internet and ageism might have also become a factor.

    Bad form Hill-Rom.

    Interview Questions

    • Complete disregard to the interview and the candidate.   1 Answer
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