I received nothing but good report about my performance but it never add up to my pay or experience or continuous improvements. We were reward with pizza not money. If you trained new people and this was a expected y there was never a promotion and incentive. The people I worked with were awesome, great team work. But the company rarely acknowledged that.
The actual job itself was not bad. The management was horrible. There wasn't good communication between anybody. I don't feel like we were paid fairly. The benefits could have been much better for as big a company as they are. There was a lot of favoritism. The wrong people were getting promoted.
Assembler (Former Employee) – Redmond, WA – March 17, 2019
I make $18 as a starter for second shift. This job is perfect for people who like slow paced and pay attention on detail. Workers require to know basic English because most provided training is from computer and printed documents, and everyone has to pass an interview with an engineer about their operation to be certified to work without supervision.
You can’t change shift after making decision, you also can’t take vacation longer than what they give you for paid vacation, you can’t combine sick leave and paid vacation.
Assembler (Former Employee) – Bartow County, GA – February 17, 2019
This place takes good people and turns them into slime. First of all the benefits suck nothing is covered they give you three options that are all the same and no explanation of the plans. Second the man who runs the plant is a by the book kind of guy. He sees in black and white. They do not care about you. I watched a great manager turn into an awful one because the head guy was up his butt all the time over things that were not his responsibility. I worked there for 9 months and i watched people come in and out. My last day there i was the only qualified member in my area and had been doing it alone for weeks. They need a serious rehaul of management. Lastly you work 10 hours 5 days and 8 on saturday always. They tell you that you'll be off overtime in a couple months and then they keep you working it. Morale is less than zero and it shows. People there are bitter and tired. Do not apply here!
Associate Assembler (Former Employee) – Franklin, PA – January 21, 2019
I was only a temp and I worked in the shop. It was easy and repetitive. As a temp there were no benefits, or paid time off. Most of the people keep to themselves, sometimes the managers have unreasonable deadlines.
I usually always had a good day at work, good co-workers. I learned a lot about myself as well as the company. The culture is diverse with people from all kinds of backgrounds. Honeywell is always trying to make sure you have everything you need for your work environment. And are supportive if you have any questions about your job duties.
Great place and environment to work.Supervisors and management made it unpleasant. No one got a raise while I was there including engineers. I am not sure how much more I need to write to be able to move on from this section.
Assembler (Former Employee) – Redmond, WA – September 28, 2018
At first I was really impressed with this employer. Such good stewards of the environment. Nice lunchrooms and facilities overall. Bike rack. Their training plans, structure, and program is one of the best I've seen. However training moves at a snail's pace. My job wasn't even that hard. Very repetitive. Mostly everyone here was friendly. But then I started to notice the true nature of things here after a couple of days. Despite a higher pay rate here than my previous job, I was actually making slightly less because of such high taxes in the region. Mostly everyone here is a temp.They are so lacking in enough workers here that they can barely train individuals they hire. Also just pure unwillingness to train. Not many people stay here. Many quit on their own. They hire and then they fire. So basic math would tell me there is no difference and maybe even negative difference. There are people here that are supposed to act as leaders but instead act as focal points of conflict. Some will go out of their way to do little things things they know will upset an employee. They are hungry for conflict. They will find even the smallest things, and then make it into an enormous problem that has to go all the way to management. They carry themselves proudly as though they are above everyone else. Their actions and speech give all the tell tale signs of this. Some constantly say things like, " I have witnesses". I don't know how many times I heard that here but that alone with it being said so often is of concern. The people that are supposed to act as leaders here is very clearly why thismore... employer cannot retain good people. I am glad I didn't stay here that long. I left on my own terms. I would have most likely been fired on false and ridiculous grounds.less
Assembler (Current Employee) – Golden Valley, MN – August 31, 2018
Lots of fun coworkers and groupleaders are awesome! Tons of opportunities to move up older employees are retiring so lots of jobs for internal hiring. Just need to get your foot in the door and your golden!
Assembler I (Current Employee) – Freeport, IL – July 31, 2018
It's very easy. I work with people that are really helpful and patient. I have been there for 2 years and I am trained on and signed off at alot of machines. I am really looking forward to becoming a full time employee with Honeywell. Right now I am working thru Cor-tech.
Paid time off is the best thing--what does that say?
Assembler Level Four (Former Employee) – Phoenix, AZ – June 17, 2018
morristown doesnt know the truth about what goes on in Phoenix...Many fraudulent managers at honeywell by Sky Harbor Airport in Phoenix. Many activities that are very questionable in the aerospace sector especially the Phoenix site.