Project Coordinator (Contractor) (Former Employee) – Des Plaines, IL – May 4, 2017
The team I worked with was great. The culture is a little dated and they don't offer temp to perm positions within the company. As a contractor, I went above and beyond when I started but was never offered to join the company. There was also alot of turn over there which made morale seem low too.
Senior Configuration Management Anaylst (Former Employee) – Phoenix, AZ – May 4, 2017
My day at work ranged from usual to exciting challenges. I never knew which at the beginning, sometimes involving long days and extra pressure to achieve our goals. Most times those extra hours where appreciated and rewarded in some fashion. I miss the teamwork!
System Engineer III (Current Employee) – Albuquerque, NM – May 3, 2017
Needs professional growth training for employees Need program overviews to better understand the task at hand Need conference interactions to keep up Engineering comunity Need a clear path in career advancement to not feel stuck
Production Technician ADS 2 & 3 (Former Employee) – Chickasaw, AL – May 2, 2017
A typical day is 12 hours rotating shift plus overtime. I've learned how to perform several job stations. I've worked with management to ensure a safety work environment. The most enjoyable part is the pay.
Project Manager/Project Engineer II (Current Employee) – Tempe, AZ – May 2, 2017
I have had excellent mentoring and leadership from every manager I have worked with in my time at Honeywell. I have been given many opportunities to expand my skill set and been trained in valuable certifications.
Sr. Financial Analyst (Former Employee) – Golden Valley, MN – May 1, 2017
As Honeywell continues to look to stay at forecasted margins by cutting costs as sales stagnate, work/life balance has suffered due to backfills not being hired for vacated position. Add the lack of merit increases, furloughs, and a toxic management culture to the mix really led to a negative experience. I would avoid if possible.
Good resume builder, variety of different roles in accounting/finance
Furloughs, no merit increase, continues cuts to benefits, poor culture
Repair Tech (Former Employee) – Fort Mill, SC – April 30, 2017
We did a job for UPS.The managers adopted UPS's policy of pushing just as hard as they could, expecting the impossible (unless workers cut corners and ignored obvious defects - passing them on to the next person).
reasonably good pay
Always wanting the NUMBERS, quality isn't much of an issue.
Expectation to give 120% so project manager can get his bonus, you don't get one though
Install Specialist (Former Employee) – Las Vegas, NV – April 28, 2017
you are expected to give 120% so the project manager can get the bonus, but you don't get to share in the bonus. After job is done, you have to reapply to other Honeywell locations to get your job again.