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About the company

  • CEO
    Vitor Rocha
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  • Founded
  • Company size
    more than 10,000
  • Revenue
    £4bn to £7bn (GBP)
  • Industry
  • Headquarters
    Global Headquarter is located in Eindhoven, Netherlands
  • Link
    Philips website
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Contracts Administrator in Guildford
on 21 April 2021
Hard work but rewarding
The department I worked in was under resourced when I started and it felt like I was thrown in the deep end but fortunately I picked up things quickly The size and complexity of the organisation means there will be cliques but I didn't personally didn't find it an issue. I enjoyed the culture and the vibe. Its not for everyone but its a good company to have on your CV
Warehouse Operative in Tangmere, West Sussex
on 21 October 2020
Did not care about you
I worked for a agency in the warehouse for 2 and a half years .yes I wasn't employed by Philips as such but worked hard for the company with no rewards..I wanted to become permanent but every time I asked they said no..I missed out on 2 company bonuses as I was agency.They made sure you knew your place as an agency worker..when I left they didn't even thank for or ask me to stay..says it all..
Customer Service in Chichester, West Sussex
on 3 October 2020
Uninspiring, dull and poor management
For one of the biggest companies in the world, you would expect Philips to be run with enthusiasm, integrity and precision.From my experience being based at the Chichester office, none of this rings true. The environment is uninspiring, with a cliquey culture and un-dynamic colleagues. People were negative daily, with even managers unable to see positives and motivate their team.Pay was ok, nice benefit system - no good if you don't want to come to work though. Good when out and about at customers, yet management make this more stressful and confusing than it needs to be - just let people get on with it and trust you have someone capable to do the job (micro-managing R Us)
Manager in London
on 28 July 2020
Constant Disruption / lack of clear strategy
Worked here for 18 months and have had 2 restructures since joining. Too many role changes on key positions means you just begin to get to know colleagues who are part of the support roles (marketing/trade shopper/ product management etc) and before you know it, they are moved on to a different role and you have to get to know their replacement all over again. Most of the time the new person coming to fill the vacant role has little or no experience. This is one of the most striking factors about the company. Most of the staff have either worked for the company for 10/15 years++ or just stay for 1 or 2 years (or less in may cases) and then move on. This means there can be a lack of visible experience across different functions and the inexperience can lead to mistakes and poor management of the business. Unclear strategies and overly-complicated processes make the job very laborious.
Operator in Sudbury, Suffolk
on 18 June 2020
Productive and fun place to work
Continuous improvement is key Reward and recognition Long term vision is clear Values Company remains agile and supportive of cultural changes Management team are interactive and open to change and have clear communication about their vision and stragedy

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Interview insights

Insights from 43 Indeed users who have interviewed with Philips within the last 5 years.

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Interview is average
Process takes about a week

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I joined as an accounting intern. I was asked about excel skills since my role was more numerical, my interview consisted of me doing an excel test, and then presenting it to my hiring manager. It was a well rounded interview which tested my degree knowledge, my presentation and reporting skills.

Shared on 6 May 2020

When I started in 2000. Interview was conducted by a manager who worked along side his engineers and knew them well.

Shared on 25 November 2018

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