As a company built on the sole mission of improving people’s lives, we are committed to truly living that value as part of our DNA to ensure our employees are able to achieve their individual potential while enhancing their own health & well-being. In fact, creating a people-centric culture built on learning & support is as important as business results, because we know that one fuels the other in a mutually beneficial cycle.
Here are a few of our driving beliefs around how creating a diverse, people-centric environment is critical for all our employees to thrive in.
Our Approach to a Culture of Innovation
Philips approach to innovation requires us first understanding the world around us and diving deep into the world of our customers and end users to understand their problems before we develop a solution. We’ve done that with our workforce as well, and know that you crave meaning and success in life both as a person and professional. It’s why we encourage you to apply the passions and skills that have defined success in your own life to your role, and why we have programs in place to help you develop a career path inside Philips that’s as unique as your personal aspirations. Read more about this approach from one of our leaders, Jean Scire, SVP and Chief Information Officer.
Engagement at Philips
Engagement is a top priority at Philips and we know that the drivers that create engagement are different for each employee. Whether you are motivated by tuition reimbursement to meet your further education goals, a close mentoring relationship with an admired executive, or work-life flexibility to manage through a stressful life period, chances are pretty good that Philips has the capabilities to help you be fully engaged in your career and its success. Learn more about how Philips engages employees from one of our recruiters, Diane Haas.
Diversity at Philips
We believe that every experience creates a different perspective. So whether it is the unique experiences you’ve had as a father, a lifelong sports enthusiast, a female in today’s competitive workplace, a member of the LGBT community, or a cultural native we need your ideas to deliver the innovations that will best address some of the world’s toughest challenges. We have active employee resource groups across North America such as WINergy, a female leadership development group and PRIDE, a network for our LGBT employees, to bring likeminded individuals together; and diverse teams in all locations to challenge the status quo of what’s possible. Discover how being part of an environment like this can reinvigorate your work engagement from Russ Schramm, Head of Talent Acquisition, The Americas.