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Updated Oct 14, 2021

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Anonymous Employee

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Application

I applied online. The process took 3 months. I interviewed at Philips

Interview

Long process took over 3 months. Started with an interview dinner to learn about the role with other candidates. Met with a couple interviewers over the course of the interview.

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  • Sizing case interview. How many light bulbs are in a town of with population 100. Why are you interested in the company and the role? Size out the Ultrasound market and present findings (showcase your sizing model).
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Anonymous Interview Candidate

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It was a good experience and a mutual discussion!!team was knowledgeable and had a good understanding of what the responsibilities are for the role. I was able to dig into some of my challenges in the past.

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Anonymous Interview Candidate

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Was totally in organized way. Recruiter was very friendly , asking some general questions what you know about our company. Then she explained about company protocols how we start with new employee.etc

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  • tell me about your self. where you look yourself after 5 years?
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Anonymous Interview Candidate

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Cleared all the rounds but the hiring manager was indecisive and he could not explain why he rejected . kept me waiting for months for the right position to come up and finally nothing triggered

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Anonymous Employee in Łódź, Lódz, Lódz

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I applied online. I interviewed at Philips (Łódź, Lódz, Lódz)

Interview

The first step is similar to any other interview process that you need to apply for the relevant job position, and if the company is interested in your CV, they will contact you by phone asking a few basic questions about your education, motivation legal status, etc which is the first step of the recruitment process. If they want to continue, they will arrange an interview for an earlier date and probably there will be 2 interviewers depending on your position ofc. So, in my experience, I had only 2 rounds of interviews - a phone call and online interview. There is nothing magic on passing the interview but just be prepared and know about the position you're applying for. Good luck!

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Anonymous Interview Candidate in New Delhi

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I applied through college or university. The process took 3 days. I interviewed at Philips (New Delhi) in Oct 2021

Interview

First Round was a psychometric test but the students were shortlisted based on their CGPA. Technical Round - Based on resume and 2 DSA question were asked . I answered all the questions . Technical Round 2 - Not cleared HR round

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  • Ques - Simple interview question - Based on string - reverse the string without reversing the words - Based on Set - Given a string , also a pattern was given, I had to tell the number of unique strings I can generate following the pattern
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Anonymous Employee

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I applied online. I interviewed at Philips

Interview

Le premier contact est fait par mail, où on m'a demandé un créneau horaire pour un entretien téléphonique. Puis l'entretien téléphonique avec une personne de la RH prends place, il dure 30 min à peu près. Si vous êtes retenu, la deuxième étape de recrutement est l'entretien opérationnelle en visio-conférence avec le manager.

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  • Mise en situation avec un potentiel client
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procedure was easy, had a phone interview with a recruiter, asked some behavior questions with other job related questions. why do you want to work for Philips your motivation for the role biggest strength/weakness

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Anonymous Interview Candidate

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Positive Experience
Average Interview
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I applied through college or university. The process took 2 days. I interviewed at Philips

Interview

they gave an easy code question, after which they asked me to explain my code and parts of it and kept questioning me about it. I was made to code with my screen being shared, there was only one interviewer and she was pretty good.

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  • easy interview, asked basics of c++, oops and mostly whatever was there in my resume, they asked about python/git as it was mentioned in my resume, since it had ML projects they asked about those as well.
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Anonymous Interview Candidate

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Easy Interview
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I applied online. The process took 2 weeks. I interviewed at Philips in Sep 2021

Interview

Not a great experience. I scheduled a phone interview with a recruiter early in the week, and this first interview went well enough. She seemed happy with my answers and said she thought I’d be a good fit for the role. Then we scheduled my second interview for later in the week on Friday, and she said she wouldn’t be surprised if I were to receive an answer regarding the position by the following Monday. Cool, quick turnaround, I thought. The second interview was to be a video interview over Teams with my potential manager. Philips even included video interview tips in the email invitation. But come Friday, the manager invites me into the meeting room and she’s not on video. I’m on video and her screen is black. Now that I’m in the meeting room, surely she’ll turn on her camera in a few moments, right? Nope. I know she knows that I know that her video isn’t on. Do I say anything? Do I turn off my own video? No, too much time had passed. That would’ve made it even more awkward. I continued that interview just like that, with me on video and her screen black. And it actually went pretty well. She seemed impressed by my background and answers. Then we got to the end of the interview, and she asked me if I had any more questions about the position. I had already asked a few, so I said that I didn’t and made an (apparently unjustified) assumption that the conversation would naturally wrap up. I figured she would give me a cordial closing or tell me that they would get back to me in some period of time, maybe exchanging a few final pieces of small talk with me. And then we would say our goodbyes and that would be that. Again, nope. Right after I said that I didn’t have any more questions, the interviewer immediately said “Okay, thanks for your time, bye,” and ended the call. Like, it was weirdly abrupt, almost as if she had to go answer the door or get something out of the oven. Or she just didn’t want to be interviewing me and was good at hiding it earlier. Who knows. At this point I didn’t know how to feel, but Monday came and went so I assumed I didn’t get the job. But then, on Tuesday, the recruiter emailed me out of the blue and said I would hear something by Wednesday, and she actually apologized for the delay! They’re really updating me about the status of my application just to say that I’ll receive a response the following day? Why not just say nothing and give me the response on Wednesday? It certainly seemed like this was a good sign, so I started getting my hopes up (a predictably dumb idea). Anyway, Wednesday comes and goes and I hear nothing. Thursday is the same—radio silence. By Friday afternoon, I decide on a whim to email the recruiter. I’m absolutely expecting no response, or a generic compliment while she explains that they went with another candidate. Nope. I’m wrong again (my wife would pay money to hear me say that). The recruiter emails me back—and I’m literally looking at the email time stamp right now—seven minutes later to say that I would have a response by the end of the day or Monday at the latest, again apologizing. It was already pretty late on Friday, but her unusually quick response rekindled my hopes. What recruiter in the world responds to a job applicant in less than 10 minutes on a Friday afternoon? This was an unquestionably good sign. Over the weekend I start getting a little excited, but then Monday comes. Nothing. No call or email or anything. Huh. Weird. Maybe something happened? Maybe there was, like, some kind of personal emergency. They’ll probably get back to me on Tuesday, right? Nope. Wednesday? Nope. Thursday? You get the idea. Strung along for a week, led to believe day after day that I would receive potentially life-altering news, only to be completely ghosted. Don’t want to hire me? Fine. But why say you’re specifically going to give me an answer on a specific day and fail to do it, and why do it more than once?! WHY?! Why not just tell me nothing at all? Or say, “We might have an answer for you in a week, but it’s hard to say.” Why not be vague? When you tell someone some version of, “Hey, you’re going to get some news on [date] that could significantly alter your life, so just a heads up,” that person is going to be occupied with thoughts of receiving that news, particularly on the day that the news is expected to come! Obviously they will! And don’t you think they might be a little miffed when that news doesn’t come on the specific day that was specifically named, and then miffed even a little more when that news doesn’t come a second time on either of the specific days that were specifically named? And lastly, why not have the courtesy to at least send me an automated rejection message, AT THE VERY LEAST?? I guess maybe I’m still being considered for the position??? HA.

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  • Tell me about a problem you faced and how you solved it. How do you manage working remotely with a distributed team?
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