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Working hour is normal as Indian Standard time. I learnt many thing with my colleague and seniors like time management of work, determination towards ambition along with enforcement of job creativity. Environment and culture is cooperative and friendly. I enjoy work a lot when our team gone for off-site.
Excellent company, truly multinational culture. The perks are excellent, incentive on over achieving your targets is almost as much as your CTC. But careful: You need to be very aggressive and competitive to survive in Philips. The incentive and perks of overachieving are so high that you need to be careful of back stabbers and be very open to sucking up. The company has good policy in terms of travel, benefits, compensation. The company usually do not terminate an employee, but if you do not perform for 1 year, your growth will stagnate. you might be given a role which will compel you to leave. So, in short. TARGETS are sacrosanct and must be achieved year on year to grow.
Awesome incentive structure. great growth, lots of goodies and parties.
Very competitive culture, not for the faint hearted
Every temporary employees should be on permanent after 1 year. This is very big problem because most of work or every tasks only accomplished by temporary employees only.
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An extremely margin and profitability focused company, Philips has ruthlessly shed businesses which do not fit into the high growth, high profit criteria.
Being in the corporate hub of Gurgaon - at Cybercity, the work environment was always very lively and chirpy. A young work force added to the healthy atmosphere. The Indian management was a little dependant on the policies of the parent company in Holland, nevertheless, they did their best to keep the employees happy, on their toes and derive the best out of them
Highly perception based organization missing clear KPIs, structure, review, and strategy. Justification and hiding from confrontation and trust factor amongst teams clearly missing.
Responsiblity at early stage
People Leaders and HR
Nice place to work but work life balance is not there. Also the emoluments are not as per industry standards. Growth also is very slow in this compny
Good interaction between line manager and reportees
Growth and amoluments are not as per industry standards
as Customer support service engineer : Learned a lot regarding the technical & application aspects in the field of critical care equipment's. Worked as multimodality engineer in the US, MRI & CV modality. Leaned & managed accounts in revenue generation .Able to sale service upgrades. Regular tracking of billed invoices & payment follow-up's Timely updating contracts renewals & contract entry. . Currently handling CV modality from past 1 year . Each modality requires a different approach to tackle both our internal & external customer . In CV / MRI modality there is constant pressure to maintain system minimum downtime. Need to provide regular updates on system functionality to both user & our seniors. Hardest part of job is the unexpected down calls landing during odd hours. As a part of medical industry we have to be available 24 hrs Enjoyable part : Working as a team player , involving or getting involved in the hard time & getting out of it with flying colors is enjoyable part
working & enjoyng with team
Unexpected calls working in odd hrs, weekends
Spent 7 years working with the organization, helped me master all requisite skills in the field of Corporate Real Estate. Gives you authority to decide and achieve your objectives.
5.7 year stint with Philips is really good. Management team give lot of space to work and its a typically networking organization we will get the oppertunity to work in different functions. Working culture is good.
Top Management is sometime casual not much involved in the strategy