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Anonymous shared this review of Philips, United States on Jul 20th, 2021
"I've been with this company for about 1.5 years and I only have good things to say about this place. The culture is tremendously unique and really the work-life balance is just exceptional. I started a month after I had a baby and the flexibility they've shown towards me as a mom of a toddler + newborn during the pandemic has really been outstanding. The team is 100% women which is incredibly motivating and a great place to be at. "
Anonymous shared this review of Philips, Netherlands on Mar 19th, 2021
"The culture is based on a "boys' club" mentality. This is of course not applicable to all male employees, but in the Business Unit I work in it is very much the case that recognition, reward and promotion are based on either being in the boys' club or in the case of our team flirting with the manager. I have only worked in this business unit, so cannot speak for others, but the lack of professional respect, is extremely disappointing. New hires in our team are inadequately experienced and unqualified, but as there is a "yes" culture, these people are recognised and rewarded."
Anonymous shared this review of Philips, United States on Mar 18th, 2021
"I think that it's a great place to work. It obviously depends on the team but the team I work for is led by women and many many team members are women too, so there is a great sense of camaraderie. When I started I was too scared to tell them I was pregnant at the time and didn't disclose it until I had my baby (it's a home based position so I really could get away with it) but I was so surprised at how supportive they were once they found out! Super great flexibility to fit life's unexpected moments and I really feel I can be myself with my team and at this job. I would highly recommend this company. "
"Some groups are more balanced than others. It mostly depends on who your manager and their manager is."
"You may need to advocate for yourself strongly here to receive the pay rate you deserve"
"Working here as a woman is incredible! We are treated as equals and asked for our input and opinions daily. There are no questions asked when a personal issue arises; they are very much in support of work/life balance!"
"Working at Philips is actually pretty good, there are things that make me feel a bit inferior than male colleagues but I believe that is because I'm in sales. I see many other areas of Philips that promote women. "
"The company is seemingly balanced and it is refreshing to see so many Women is leadership roles. But the benefits related to parenting (for both men and women) are slightly lacking, they could be a little better"
"Philips is a very stable company with a culture that encourages job growth through development and role change. The expectations and culture are driven heavily by local leadership as the matrix organization has many different areas that can vary by country, domain, policies, etc. Philips takes a proactive approach to embracing the humanitarian impacts they have on their employees, industry, and planet. They're not perfect, but they are always up to try something new. "
"My experience at Philips has been great so far - I think the culture is inclusive and supportive. I find that the behaviors and values that are spoken about are also supported by action. Specific things that stand out are mentoring groups for women, professional development sessions around International Women's Day topics, and transparency around goals to foster more women in leadership roles. I see leadership that is informed by empathy at all levels from the top down to my direct supervisor, and it has a positive impact on my experience as an employee."
Anonymous shared this review of Philips, Panama on Mar 10th, 2021
"It is truly a great place to work. The culture is collaborative and goal oriented, so if you meet your goals you'll have a lot of flexibility."
Anonymous shared this review of Philips, United States on Sep 11th, 2020
"Philips has a great work life balance for moms trying to further their career!"
Anonymous shared this review of Philips, United States on Mar 9th, 2020
"While you may be generally outnumbered, the vast majority of individuals are easy going to work with and management has lots of women and is able to support women that are hired."
Anonymous shared this review of Philips, United States on Oct 18th, 2019
"Most groups, not all have a good work life balance. It’s the culture that’s the main issue, low morale, high turn over, lack of career opportunities and advancement."
Anonymous shared this review of Philips on Mar 8th, 2018
"Great opportunity to grow with endless global opportunities. Opportunity to be flexible."
Anonymous shared this review of Philips on Nov 29th, 2017
"It is a good employer depending on the group for flexibility. However, it is a boys club and you don't see many women in leadership roles. Women are also grossly underpaid compared to men in the same role. There is no maternity leave you have to use short-term disability and supplement it with PTO"
Anonymous shared this review of Philips on Nov 6th, 2017
"A great company. Respectful to others. Great products. Offers flexibility depending on job needs. "
Anonymous shared this review of Philips on Jul 18th, 2017
"Philips is a Dutch company and has a progressive mindset. I do however question the lack of women in leadership roles."
Anonymous shared this review of Philips on Jun 3rd, 2017
"They really encourage work-life balance and flexibility. Allow you to work from home as needed. "
Anonymous shared this review of Philips on Jan 19th, 2017
"Strong female leadership seems to be missing. I believe women can and would excel here, but there is a void at this time."