2 weeks vacation, and terrible insurance (High Deductible Health Plan). High premiums, high deductibles, and at the last employee survey, only 38% had anything positive to say about the insurance plan. The reply from HR was that Honeywell was "leading the way" in these rates and coverages, and other F100 companies were following. So, they think they are right by not providing good insurance. And, the employees hate it. Most use their spouses insurance to stay off of the Honeywell plan, but that's not an option for everyone.
2 weeks vacation. Absurd. 3 weeks is the standard at most employers. I quit.
Full medical and dental plus 401k
Answered - Territory Manager/Sales (Former Employee) - La Palma, CA
I believe that the benefits are different from location to location. At Honeywell PMT located in Metropolis Illinois. On the union side it takes you 36 months to top out in your pay scale. Your probation period is 6 months. You're offered health care and the company pays a "little" toward the employee portion. A family plan will pretty much break you. The insurance plan is called "In house" meaning you're giving Honeywell money to insure you. Here in 2017, a family plan cost right at $7000.00 for the year with a $7200.00 deductible for employee and $8000.00 for spouse and kiddos that start over in January. You pay 100% of dental. 401k, you deposit 8% and Honeywell matches with 4%. Takes 1 year before you start receiving your match. You get all these glorious benefits from a Fortune 100 company worth 38 billion world wide.
Medical. Sick Leave, 2 weeks vacation, 401k, Flexible hours
Honeywell Metropolis offers new union employees no pension and a 401-k. You contribute 8% and they give you 4%, and you have to be there 1 year before you get a company match... this from a 26 billion dollar corporation. No sick days and 2 weeks vacation after a year, but you earn days per month instead of them just giving you 2 weeks at the beginning of the year. In house insurance that is guaranteed to break your living soul and will cost you right at $500.00 a pay check (every 2 weeks) for vision, dental, family plan and HSA card where you will be out of pocket $3000.00 for anything major then, starts all over again in January. There benefits are probably equal to a furniture warehouse salesman in the late 80's. The production managers have just as bad benefits. It will take you 36 months to top out in your pay scale.
Answered - Chemical Operator (Current Employee) - Metropolis, IL
Any thing that it has is all for your self if you want it enough
all you have to do is "your best"
Honeywell gives you the opportunity to learn so much about the company products and services.
Answered - TECHNICAL SUPPORT (Former Employee) - Buckhead, GA
The benefits are barely above those of a 7-11. A "world class" company with pitiful healthcare.
$8,000 out of pocket maximum, 75% match up to 6% on 401, no pension anymore, 1 week first year, 2 weeks 2nd year then 1 additional at 5, 10, 20 and 30 and 6 PTO days.
Answered - Mechanic (Current Employee) - Pottsville, PA
The benefits were ok and the company provided a varied of benefits to choose from.
Answered - Carpenter (Former Employee) - Jacksonville, FL