Philips Is Hiring More Than 100 Work-From-Home Jobs That Include Benefits

Philips is a company that does it all. They create everything from baby bottles to TVs. Now, they’re giving you the chance to maybe have it all. Philips just posted more than 100 work-from-home jobs that offer solid benefits packages.

So you could have the opportunity to work from home and be compensated well for it. Not bad!

The remote jobs cover a wide range of areas including engineering, technical training, consulting and more. Meaning no matter what you do, there could be a fit at Philips for you.

It’s definitely worth checking out their careers page, at the very least.

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What Philips Offers Work-From-Home Employees

Of course, each job description varies. But overall, here’s what a remote position has to offer:

“We offer you a dynamic working environment in an innovative business, which offers you excellent opportunities to further develop and fully exploit your talents,” according to the Philips career website. “This job comes with a competitive salary, excellent benefits, and up-to-date training. The work location of this position will be remote US-based.”

As far as those benefits, Philips brings a lot to the table.

There are 11 yearly holidays and employees start with three weeks of vacation time. This increases based on years of service.

The company also provides child and elderly care services, plus paid time off for volunteer activities.


And that’s in addition to the ability to work from the comfort of your home. Sounds like a fantastic opportunity!

Company Strives To Keep Workers At “Their Best”

The Philips website states “In order for our company to perform at its best, our people must be at their best.”

That’s a great company motto to have, and they really seem to be showing just how much they believe in it.

Work-from-home jobs with Philips can give you the chance to work for a great company in a way that suits your lifestyle. So, what are you waiting for? Go on and check out their careers page to see if there’s a remote position that fits your needs!

Other Companies Hiring Work-From-Home Jobs

If the Philips opportunities aren’t the right fit for you, we recommend checking out the remote positions available at Gap Inc.

The available jobs for Gap are both part- and full-time positions and focus on Customer Service for all Gap Inc. brands.

Perks include a 50 percent employee discount on items from Gap, Banana Republic and Old Navy as well as 25 percent off at Athleta.

Read more job details here.

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Convince Your Boss To Let You Work From Home

Many progressive companies allow or even encourage employees to work from home for one or several days a week.

Studies show that working from home is often more productive than working in an office, and one study found that employers save nearly $2000 a year if an employee works remotely instead of in the office.

Here are some tips to make it happen:

1. Build A Case

If you think your current manager may be open to you working remotely one or more days a week, be sure to build a case before you present the idea to him or her.

You’ll want to be armed with studies that support the benefits of working-from-home and, most importantly, be able to speak to how this arrangement would ultimately benefit the company.


2. Find Tools To Help You

Being successful when working remotely is dependent on being able to stay connected to your team—whether they’re in an office or at home as well.

Make sure you read up on all the latest tools, from Slack to Google Hangouts, to find a platform that’ll help you stay in touch.

3. Make Sure You Have Space To Work

A designated home office or work space will be essential. Make sure you have this squared away before you approach your employer. Your manager may inquire about this, and you don’t want to waffle on your answer.

Likewise, if you have young kids at home, ensure their childcare is covered—as any parent who’s tried to “parent” and “work” at the same time knows how challenging and unproductive this can be!

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