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RF Test Engineer – new

Honeywell Norcross, GA

Include: • Develop verification and test plans to enable testing at all program stages including development, qualification, acceptance and… Honeywell

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Lead Design Engineer – new

Honeywell Duluth, GA

• Lead small to medium size project teams (5-10 engineers) that implements standard engineering solutions with customized (complex) specials, if… Honeywell

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Sr Program Manager – new

Honeywell International Duluth, GA

• Provide leadership in the pursuit and delivery of full scope content of all regional projects. • Work directly with the Sales organization to… Honeywell International

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Wireless Network Specialist – new

Honeywell Duluth, GA

• Assume lead and/or support role in assigned projects insuring project delivered on time and within budget and to the satisfaction of the customer… Honeywell

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    Once a great place before Honeywell bought it!

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    Former Employee - Technician IV in Norcross, GA
    Former Employee - Technician IV in Norcross, GA

    I worked at Honeywell full-time (more than 3 years)


    Co-workers a great group of people to work with! Most of those on the floor really want to put out great products. Mostly safe work enviroment. Some leadership doing their best to make things better.


    Honeywell Operating System (HOS) too much a burden to product developement and production fixing things that aren't broken. Too much emphasis on metrics (which are changed often) rather than the actual work that needs to be done. Production schedules are very unrealistic and do not take into account design flaws not anticipated before hitting the assembly floor. Some managers care about those that actually do the work while others (and supervisors) only care about "making numbers" to satisfy those above them. Corporate management pretends to care about employee welfare but don't show it in practice. Benefits reduced yearly and fair raises and bonuses non-existent. Way too many wasteful meetings throughout the plant for minor issues that result in little or no solutions! Too many of those in the meetings could solve most of the problems if they'd just spend more time on the floor. The ones at the lowest levels doing all the work (sacrificing home life) are not fairly compensated. Overall....the work enviroment is not a happy one, moralel there has dropped dramatically since the Honeywell take-over, and unless some drastic changes are made soon it'll only get worse.

    Personally, I wish I could have had a more positive time with Honeywell but could not take the all the negative changes I was seeing, chose to leave for my own sanity! If you have any self worth and want to enjoy your chosen career consider other companies before signing on with this one!

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    CEO should go to the plant and have confidential, one on one talks with the workers who are trying there best to ship good product despite all the obstacles placed before them.. Listen to their concerns and don't let VPs, directors and plant management sugar coat the issues.

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