Good individuals, stifled by constant turnover of management and an irregularly applied performance culture.
Director Project Management (Current Employee) – Batesville, IN – October 12, 2018
- great medical device understanding. - frequent turnover of executives, results in inconsistent culture. - a lot of "program of the month" thinking. - good benefits. - overall experience is highly affected by individual managers.
QA/RA (Current Employee) – Batesville, IN – September 17, 2018
Not a mature company. Everything is rush rush last minute. Poor planning. Reluctant to change and improve. The people that been there for 10-15-20 or more years have final say in everything and new ideas are not welcomed
Manufacturing Technician (Former Employee) – Batesville, IN 47006 – September 13, 2018
When I went to work there, every day I knew what was expected of me. If I needed guidance for anything, I could go to my boss and he would be more than willing to help. I have learned how to weld, paint, setup machines, program, and draw on their CAD system.
Therapy Account Manager (Current Employee) – Batesville, IN – September 4, 2018
Great team environment. Management easy to work with. I enjoy working with customers and seeing excellent patient outcomes. I enjoyed many masters clubs trips, as the company recognizes acheivments. Company match to 401K is excellent. Great health benefits.
Associate (Current Employee) – Austin, TX – August 31, 2018
Upper management is not supportive. They have there own agenda and will throw the low man under the bus. Always working short handed and expected to get the job done no matter what. Safety is preached but dont let it get in the way of making your numbers.
Asset Specialist (Former Employee) – Louisville, KY – August 30, 2018
The best part about working for Hill-Rom would be the opportunities for advancement. The are many different job types in this massive company that there is always a need for people so there are very few layoffs.
Repair Tech & Customer Service (Former Employee) – Batesville, IN – August 27, 2018
Love the company and what they do, but management is an issue. Competitive pay with benefits, life insurance and 401k. Pto and Paid vacation. Worked in various fields of the company. Trained and knowledgeable on most medical equipment.
Very time demanding job. Hard to balance personal endeavors while working at Hill-Rom.
FSR (Field Service Rep) (Former Employee) – WPB – August 21, 2018
Hill-Rom is a job for people who don't have any other endeavors to accomplish personally. You have to devout most of your time working there. School, and any other personal aspirations are hard to keep up with while working at Hill-Rom.
No micromanage, pay well
Time demanding, have to maintain unrealistic proctivity goals, prodcutivity doesnt accurately reflect employees real work.
Mechanical Specialist (Current Employee) – St. Paul, MN – August 14, 2018
You work hard and learn all the devices and how to fix them all and put in the work and go there daily however, you don't get compensated for it and the people that don't work are the ones that get promoted and the money.
Finance (Current Employee) – Batesville, IN – August 8, 2018
Pros: It's nice having a company like Hill-Rom close to home. They pay better than most of the other companies in the area. We have the option to work remotely, but they're pretty strict about how often and why. Cons: The PTO policy is mediocre. What I dislike most is the cliquey nature of the department I work in... as others have mentioned in previous reviews, it's all about who you know. Bullying and gossiping is an issue, primarily among the women.
Medical Billing Specialist (Former Employee) – Charleston, SC – August 6, 2018
I truly enjoyed my time at Hill-Rom. I worked through Charles Foster agency and was never offered a permanent position by Hill Rom. Company picnics were the bomb. They really took care of their people.
I was able to dress casually and profesionally
Numbers games with billing-, up and down along with getting clinicals
Asset Specialist (Former Employee) – North Carolina – August 6, 2018
I enjoyed my work here, I received various high end on the job training and certifications Manager and colleagues are cool to work with Hardest part of the Job is walking 8 miles a day but it helped me skipped the gym.
Asset specialists (Current Employee) – St. Louis, MO – August 6, 2018
I have worked for hillrom for 15 years and i love what i do but the managment doesn't have their employees back that's the only down fall i also feel we should be paid more especially since we have employees that been their for 15,16 are more years
Business System Analyst (Former Employee) – Cary, NC – August 2, 2018
•Responsible for troubleshooting incoming customer calls related to Software and Hardware issues. •Determined escalation path and provided alternative solutions to meet the customer's needs. •Analyzed data and software to problems that the customer is encountering with Nurse Communication Systems, Navicare Vocera, Cati, and providing product solutions. •Worked with key clients, medical hospitals following FDA regulations.
Hill-Rom opened the door to many different areas of IT that I had not yet experienced. I learned quickly and assumed the primary technician handling calls from the most irate customers to resolve nursecall issues. I enjoyed the work immensely.
WELDING PLASTIC (Former Employee) – Batesville, IN – July 10, 2018
I love working at Hill- Rom. Its fast pass. Wage is good. They layoff the temps in the winter. Thats the only thing that is'nt good. hr is very nice and very help full. They do wonderful things with there staff.