Not at all
Answered - shippin and recieving specialist III (Former Employee) - Tempe, AZ
Honeywell Mercury instruments was a stable job. The last I heard only engineering is left manufacturing was moved to Mexico around 2014.
Answered - Engineering Support (Former Employee) - Cincinnati, OH
Honeywell in Melville, NY relocated. Where, I did not know.
Answered - Temp. Assignment (Former Employee) - Melville, NY
I worked in the aerospace division, unable to answer about PMT's work enviroment, but i was let go due to economy and oil prices dropping with Honeywell, looking at there five year plan.
Answered - Procurement Specialist Level IV (Former Employee) - Houston, TX
No, it is very unstable for the actual Honeywell employees salary, hourly and contractors as well. Honeywell and the contractors have a hard time hiring out of the local work force because of the reputation that Honeywell has brought upon itself to the local area. Constant lockouts/layoffs and then recalls then repeat again. Honeywell PMT does not have a good reputation in the area. Online searching reveals a lot.
Answered - Operator (Current Employee) - Metropolis, IL
Yes, truly it will be stable, because of the true ethics are involved, because of company is customer minded
Answered - As Service Engineer (Current Employee) - Hyderabad, Andhra Pradesh