Engineer (Former Employee) – Kansas City, MO – September 20, 2017
Honeywell FM&T is a great place to work. The work is challenging and in support of a great mission, paid time off, opportunity for advancement, and many others. The management structure is great, until you hit the director level.
9/80 Work Schedule, Competitive Pay, Supporting the US Warfighter
Lack of Vision, Leadership, and Integrity at Engineering Director and VP level.
Manufacturing Technician (Former Employee) – Tonawanda, NY – September 20, 2017
Good place to work , clean ,5+1 status, employees are friendly and work together as a team . Good benefits if your a perm . employee! Guarded gates , so your car is safe. Can get a drink whenever you want because they want to be sure you're hydrated, so you're healthy and working at comfortable capaity.
Free coffee, tea, gatorade, etc
WAS a temp. so get straight time instead of double time
Fabricator (Former Employee) – South Bend, IN – September 20, 2017
Carbon Brake Fabricator. Set up and operate various friction materials processes including: forming, furnaces and finishing aircraft brake components. Understand and interpret blueprints, operating instructions and specific job instructions. Complete work on time within specific timeframes. Inspect parts against specifications as needed ensuring it meets quality standards. Verifies and keeps records on incoming and outgoing shipments and prepares items for shipment. Inserts items into containers, using spacers, fillers, and protective padding. Examines outgoing shipments to ensure shipments meet specifications.
Consultant (Contract) Talent Acquisition (Former Employee) – Kansas City, KS – September 18, 2017
I had a fabulous manager. He was a great communicator. Did not micromanage but lead. Very stressful time of project and people were working around the clock. Honeywell went above and beyond to insure there was food, beverage and anything else they needed.
DOD Engineering work - somewhat stressful but rewarding
Design Engineer (Former Employee) – San Diego, CA – September 18, 2017
I enjoyed the variety of the job greatly. The job involved some local travel and interaction with both civilian and military personnel which was great. My coworkers treated their jobs seriously and we were still able to have some fun from time to time.
WORKFLOW SPECIALIST-APU (Current Employee) – Arizona – September 18, 2017
company does not align well with employees,work to death with no advancement . poorly managed inventory and customer requirements, wasted funds on , luxury items instead of investing in shop tools and employees
Production Engineer (Former Employee) – Metropolis, IL – September 18, 2017
Honeywell has such a diverse portfolio. They have sites all over the world in Specialty Chemicals, Electronics, Aerospace, and Automotive Parts...I'm sure I've forgotten some. The company is very stable overall since they have divisions that offset one another with the swings in the economy. The site associated with this review (only part of my tenure with Honeywell) converts uranium ore into UF6 for shipment to enrichment plants. That particular site has been plagued for decades with labor and management issues, and has been in the national news for such over the years. Aside from that site, I'd recommend working for Honeywell.
Stability, Pay and Benefits, Company Discounts
Some of the companies markets are very competitive
Technical Project Manager (Contract) (Former Employee) – Chandler, AZ – September 18, 2017
Reported effort to implement Azure Active Directory identity and access management cloud solution Tracked Honeywell Office 365 project for Identity and Access Management effort with Azure Cloud and Active Directory Domain Services & Federation Services utilizing ITIL methodology to manage secure access for on-premises and Office 365 cloud applications
Process Technician (Current Employee) – Geismar, LA – September 17, 2017
Decent place to work, environment is friendly for the most part and you'll have help if needed in your area. Salary and benefits are sub par but they aren't terrible. Good plant to get your foot in the door.
Senior Product Manager (Former Employee) – Greater Seattle Area – September 17, 2017
Obviously a tremendously successful Fortune 50 company. Built on strategic mergers and acquisitions.
I was working at a company that Honeywell acquired. It was a chaotic transition and I had four different managers within one year. While I was very successful at my original company, I felt adrift in the transition process and ended up resigning for another opportunity.
Contract EHS Specialist (Current Employee) – Plymouth, MS – September 15, 2017
EHS culture at Honeywell is outstanding. Programs are very mature, precise and thorough. Staff, excellent. Management, excellent. Great people to work with. I would recommend Honeywell Plymouth to anyone looking to work in a mature, very professional environment. Corporate re-structuring can be a challenge, though.
Great people, mature programs, dedicated professionals
Honeywell Associate II DEpartment 042 (Former Employee) – Freeport, IL – September 15, 2017
I worked in a cleaned room atomsphere I used evaporation chambers to deposit precious metals into semiconductor wafer chips. with precious metals such as gold copper silver lead tin. to adhere to final process of the chip to complete chip no margin for error because it was final process. It would have ruined many man hours hours for wafer chips to be built.
felt self accomplishment
never were told you were doing a good job my management
Warehouse Assistant (Former Employee) – El Paso, TX – September 15, 2017
Worked on an assembly line from opening packages to loading onto pallets for delivery purposes. Employees were fun to be around, 15 minute breaks after each hour of work, one hour lunch break. Cleaning assignments at beginning and end of work day.