Crafting a resume is a tricky job, but there are ways to make your skills stand out. Philips recruiters offer 20 essential resume tips to help with taking that next big step in your career. http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vQQy1
We strongly believe life is better when #youareyou. And we strive to foster a workplace where every voice is heard and everyone is valued for being their true self. So we couldn’t be prouder to be included in Mogul’s list of top 100 workplaces with the greatest diversity and inclusion initiatives in 2020. Discover why we made the cut. #LifeatPhilips #makelifebetter
Philips? Jeroen Tas, Chief Innovation & Strategy Officer, and Sean Carney, Chief Design Officer, discuss the trends that are dramatically shaping the future of healthcare.
On Monday 20th July, Philips announced its second quarter results for 2020. The company?s CEO, Frans van Houten, took the opportunity to speak with the BBC, Bloomberg TV and CNN, discussing Philips? financial performance and the role that the company is playing in responding to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Philips launches pre-hospital wireless monitoring solution for emergency medical response in U.S.
What have you learned from your experiences during the pandemic? Just a few months into her new role as Chief HR Officer at Philips, Daniela Seabrook reflects on how the company’s purpose shone through in an unprecedented time of challenge. Read Daniela’s reflections on how leadership and culture were critical to this success and how she sees the future of the workplace post-crisis. #LifeAtPhilips #Leadership #Covid19
You can now watch the LinkedIn Live session ‘How will COVID-19 change the working lives of doctors and nurses?’ that Jan Kimpen, Chief Medical Officer at Philips and Atul Gupta, a practicing interventional radiologist and Head of Medical Office Image Guided Therapy at Philips, hosted live on LinkedIn on Tuesday, April 28. During the dynamic session, Jan and Atul discuss the effects of COVID-19 on healthcare professionals’ lives and how health systems are adapting to a world with COVID-19. They also explored how we can continue to provide care to patients waiting for ‘non-urgent’ procedures, while continuing to curb the pandemic, before ending with an audience Q&A.