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292 questions about working at Honeywell
Stop with the petty write ups. And provide better health insurance. Yes the hourly pay is very good. But the insurance is terrible. High premium little coverage. Don't know who negotiated the union contract.If you have a family you might only be working for your insurance. Also unattainable rates for a lot of the jobs. Honeywell only seems to care about numbers.
Answered February 21, 2018
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Answered November 24, 2019
Deer Valley Phoenix AZ Was all about politics. If you could get the latest manager to like you, then you had a better existence. Those of us who really understood OHMS LAW and were real electronics professionals who could troublesehoot etc. Were too busy to play politics with insecure supervisors and got outsourced first.
Answered February 25, 2016
Not good place for minorities in Freeport and not having enough people
Answered April 9, 2020
Phone call
Answered August 24, 2016
Working hours are standard.
Answered April 25, 2020
Nothing till you get hired ...they make temps work a lot save them on ot pay for full time people
Answered June 27, 2016
High value on technical and manufacturing experience
Answered February 25, 2016
Depends but is mostly 10 to 12 hours plus 8 to 10 on Saturdays some months was mandatory 12 hours a day for 6 days (Monday thru Saturday) and Sunday every other 8 hours. Some days even went to 13 or 14 hours because management refused to come in early and ended up doing meetings late after time off and waiting around for management to appear and do the meetings.
Answered June 1, 2018
Constant furloughs and layoffs are not the only option. Think more on your employees or you will continue loosing valuable talent and creating a bad reputation for this "company". Take for sure that the current managerial decisions will have a toll for the company in the future
Answered January 29, 2018
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