How do you see things - what will happen next?
Topics regarding layoffs at Philips Electronics
Starting Thursday 02/06 and continued into the week of 02/10 Layoffs began at the Boston Branch and supposedly in Eindhoven. Supposedly bonuses were retracted that were promised two weeks ago.
Do you know there is a plan to grow headcount, how many employees currently work here? How about the HQ at Amsterdam?
Make a prediction and tell us what you think about Philips Layoffs 2020? Any news or rumors?
When Philips split into two companies; that was the start of both companies heading for disaster. But yet the higher-ups in the US kiss butt to keep their jobs, sacrificing their direct reports. Can you imagine if the VP's, SVP's, Executives were... — read more
Sad thing is, Philips has slashed 3rd party monies every which way it can. Concur is a joke, and now all of the changes are just pissing people off. The new hires in upper management have never worked in the field, and have no idea what we do. A few... — read more
I came aboard via acquisition in 2017. I have never seen a company "get in its own way" the way Philips does on a daily basis. The Dutch need to get their hands off of North America before it is too late. Not only do they not "get" the US Market... — read more
Is this going to be an interesting year as it relates to Philips Layoffs in 2019?
Philips in 2005 acquired the tiny but very innovative Stentor Inc in the Bay Area to grab number 1 market share in PACS and top customer satisfaction. Now all R&D jobs are moved overseas, and product quality went down the drain, along with... — read more
Whenever things are not the best, we react with layoffs, let's see if this affects employees in Amsterdam.
Layoffs announced for Alpharetta due to opening of new Nashville center. Office closing?
Lumileds does have layoffs. They were owned by Philips but now we were sold to a private equity group and there are layoffs
How come that we cannot find any info about layoffs in Amsterdam.
Is this still a trend and will things ever return from India. It's a very dangerous game, jobs move overseas never to be returned.
If things do not improve very quickly here at Philips we might have another round of layoffs and I can tell you this is not going to be fun for everyone. The whole industry, not only Philips is going through very hard time and people are losing jobs... — read more