Pros: Lots of overtime means big paychecks
Cons: short or no breaks, late lunches, literally impossible quotas, underappreciation of work performed
When I first got to Honeywell, I had the impression of an easygoing office, almost airy in nature. The workers are all nice people, the task itself was simple to understand, and I fit in right away, quickly learning and taking on task after task, until I found myself being relied on for far more than I signed up for. I welcomed and enjoyed the added challenge and responsibility. I was fresh out of the U.S. Army, so seemingly overbearing workloads, long hours, and sleep deprivation were second nature to me. But slowly, they began losing employees, and not replacing them, forcing everyone else on the team to work 50-80 hour weeks. The increase in pay was the only good thing to come of this. I found myself having no outside life at all, working 6-7 days a week, and still having nearly impossible quotas and tasks heaped onto me.
There are a lot of very good people and hard workers there, but the management is quite lackluster, and the treatment of employees is unethical, and borderline criminal. I would only recommend working here to someone who can handle an extreme amount of stress and pressure like a combat arms soldier, or someone fresh out of college looking to prove themselves, but eventually move on to better things.