Good place to work as a full time employee, not so much as a temp
Electronics Technician (Current Employee), Urbana, OH – December 2, 2013
Pros: clean, laid back, positive work environment.
Cons: too much overtime, next to impossible to become full time.
Temporary workers have to work a lot of mandatory overtime, and full time employees are not required to work any. Temps are brought in, given two extensions and can work for up to two years without being hired full time. They get laid off for 6 months, and then can get a new contract and start allover again. It is a very friendly environment, and the – more... job is very laid back. It is a very good place to work, clean and well maintained. This would be an ideal place to work if you can actually get hired full time. – less
Federal Police Officer (Former Employee), Kansas City, MO – October 13, 2014
Making sure no areas of security are compromised. Being proficient in all areas of job knowledge. The management was very knowledgeable and efficient and worked well with the employees. My coworkers were great and made it a pleasant working experience. The most enjoyable part of the job was working with, and interacting with people throughout the day.
Senior Field Engineering Representative (Former Employee), Portland, OR – October 3, 2014
Independently performed expert maintenance and repair on a wide variety of electronic data processing equipment. Responsible for effective work direction, scheduling, technical support of less experienced personnel. Covered the state of Oregon and up to Longview, WA.
• I was in San Diego Ca. as the Small System Specialist in 1986. My duties where to – more... providing specialized immediate and secondary support to Field personnel. Supervised employees, ensuring the completion of all training necessary to support systems and peripherals.
• From 1983-1986 I was in Honolulu Hi. assigned to the Navy as second level support to provide technical assistance and on-the-job training to fleet units. I held secret security clearance with the U.S. Navy in this position. Made multiple trips to Philippines, Guam, Japan, and Diego Garcia supporting all phases of computer systems on Navy ships – less
Production Laborer (Former Employee), York, PA – October 3, 2014
Pros: management/worker relationships
Cons: some days were slow for production
Honeywell was a great place to work for. I had the opportunity to learn many different jobs on the assembly line. The management took feedback from the workers to make a better work experience. The supervisors I had the opportunity to work with, were great.
Program Manager (Current Employee), Kuwait – September 30, 2014
Pros: great team, company, and pay
Cons: my job is a overseas job and after spending 28 years in the usmc
A typical day at work involves reviewing supply and maintenance reports, reviewing employee time sheet submissions, ensuring all employees have their Kuwaiti working VISAs established, leading team/staff meetings to outline action plans for achieving our customer's immediate task requirements and goals, ensuring safety equipment is used and worn by – more... all employees performing their daily requirements, working with individual section managers to resolve and prevent issues.
I have learned alot about people and how to bring people together to produce constructive/productive action plans.
The hardest part about my job is dealing with the Kuwaiti ministry on obtaining work VISAs for our employees.
The most enjoyable part about my job is completing challenging tasks before they are due and bringing the team together to make it happen. – less