Hardest part of job was I had to get permits on every aspect of the job, usually spent more time on permits than the job. Spent 3 hours doing a permit to do a 30 minute job.Honeywell was a very well clean enviroment. I was able to design fillers, clean room door openers to let products in and out automatically.
People run scared to lose their job. i tried to help production with solutions...and was told that i needed to follow certain procedures to submit to engineering. the product failed as a result and i lost my job. they use staffing agencies as the turnover is SOO high, which then prevents them from providing the support a true employee needs to provide the best service to them.
Manufacturing Electronic Technician (Former Employee) – North Charleston, SC – June 27, 2018
It was a hot and demanding employment with good relations among the workers, most everyone pulled their share. The equipment was pretty old and needed to be upgraded, but never happened while I was there.
Electronics Technician II (Former Employee) – Olathe, KS – June 16, 2018
When you get an offer from Honeywell, assume this is the salary you will be getting for the next 10 years because raises are few and far between. Also expect that people who have been there for years will do 10% of the work you will do and you still will get no raise.
Electronic Technician (Former Employee) – Plano, Texas – May 1, 2018
Due to the location of the workplace and the low pay, lack of overtime, and poor management the job became a chore. Our new supervisor was handed his position without allowing anyone else to apply for the job, he had no clue what we did or how we did it.
Poor management, long wait to convert to permanent employees
Electronics Technician-Level III (Former Employee) – Plano, TX – September 4, 2017
Typical day at work included testing and configuring mobile devices of various OEMs. Workplace was not very well managed. The job was not hard just not competitive neither. Did not really learn anything while I was there.
Electronics Technician II (Former Employee) – Olathe, KS – April 6, 2017
I felt that this company gave me a very strong sense of "It's time to make the doughnuts, again", if you know what I mean, if was very monotonous. I always had a sense that we should all just keep our "nose to the grind stone".
I had a job
They cancelled my position through the contractor I was using.
Electronic Technician (Former Employee) – Norfolk, VA 23513 – April 6, 2017
High demands, poor technical support, and work overload. Pay was less than average for Electronic technicians in The DC area. The marines didn't get enough money to upgrade old equipment, but it kept growing at Quantico Marine base.
Long lunch breaks
Old equipment that constantly broke down, understaffed