"Really effective work culture. Got to work in the union with other teams such as the Hardware team, Firmware team and the Quality engineers. I learned the hierarchy of workflow in a big company, which will help me in the future to make things work smoothly."
"Management needs to be more stable and dedicated to one vision and try to realize it before swerving back and forth in different directions."
"Very unprofessional company. Doesn't listen to any input from the people working the job. Holds you hostage in your job because they don't want to replace you and another person for the vacancy you want to move to. They would rather steal someone from another Philips division for the position."
"This company is one of the biggest healthcare companies with buildings in Andover, Bothel, and Singapore."
"Philips is a great company to work for. I enjoyed 23 years with this company and would go back if the right opportunity was presented. Right now they are going through change so it is volatile right now, but this is in part due to Obamacare legislation and changes in the sales model. The employees truly care about the company and I have a passion for what we provide to healthcare workers and patients."
"Excellent company. Nice working atmosphere and perfect condition for work."
"I have worked for Philips for approximately 10 years. I have enjoyed the challenges. The environment is very engaging."
"Benefits are above average, compensation is slightly below. Work is up and down. Sometimes you're swamped and working a lot, other times you're slow. Beware of the double talk from management. Resource allocation is haphazard, limited, and doesn't set projects up for success. There are no repercussions for poor performance. Management sees value in having people with very high skill-sets performing the activities of people with lower skill-sets. Essentially your talents are wasted."
"I have worked with Philips for last 18 years in different divisions and find it to be very good company to work for."
"Company is going into a panic and insecurity of its continued existence. Many people leaving, in the thousands. New hires given 1 week schools on systems that historically were 5 or 6 weeks long then sent out to respond to customer calls alone. Overtime not being paid, person is told his evening work on a given day is "second shift" today but tomorrow you are back to normal shift unless a late call comes in. Purging experienced people so they can hire cheaper new guys."
"I was at Philips/HP/Agilent for 20 years and have seen many changes, most not so favorable."
"I've worked with Philips since I was in junior year of college. Over the past 10 years, I've worked hard to learn and participate in how a global company operates. With a global company, decisions tend to be made slowly. I would like to work for a company that employs a faster decision-making process. I believe that there is a way to manage change while not letting enough time lapse before the change becomes an issue."
"I have worked for Philips since January of 2013. Exciting products with friendly environment."
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