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12 days ago

Inside Sales Senior

Honeywell International Phoenix, AZ

ADI is North Americas leading wholesale distributor of security and low voltage products, with over 70,000 products from more than 500 leading… Honeywell International


4 days ago

Sr. ISC Project Management Database Analyst - Phoenix, AZ (will consider any U.S

Honeywell International Phoenix, AZ

Honeywell Aerospace has nearly 40,000 employees around the world and 2013 revenue of approximately $12 billion. Thousands of Honeywell Aerospace… Honeywell International


21 days ago

Quality Engineer 2

Honeywell International Phoenix, AZ

This is a part-time on-call position with no benefits associated. With operations at nearly 100 worldwide manufacturing and service sites, Honeywell… Honeywell International


15 hrs ago

Flight Test Engineer Intern – new

Honeywell International Phoenix, AZ

Honeywell is hiring a Flight Test Engineer Intern for our Phoenix, AZ facility. The intern will be working closely with Flight Test Engineers and… Honeywell International


8 days ago

HS&E Engineer II

Honeywell International Phoenix, AZ

please visit Honeywell.com or follow us @HoneywellNow. Honeywell Aerospace has nearly 40,000 employees around… Honeywell International


11 days ago

Field Products (FP) and Engineering Field Solutions (EFS) Business Partner - IT

Honeywell International Phoenix, AZ

We are building a world thats safer and more secure, more comfortable and energy efficient, more innovative and productive. For more information… Honeywell International


27 days ago

Engineer Sr Product Design

Honeywell International Phoenix, AZ

Honeywell Aerospace has approximately 40,000 employees around the world and 2013 revenue of approximately $12 billion. Thousands of Honeywell… Honeywell International


15 hrs ago

Intern Bachelors E&T – new

Honeywell International Phoenix, AZ

• Due to export restrictions, must be a US Citizen. Additional… Honeywell International


6 days ago

Principle User Researcher

Honeywell International Phoenix, AZ

Honeywell Aerospace has approximately 40,000 employees around the world and 2013 revenue of $12 billion. Thousands of Honeywell Aerospace… Honeywell International


2 days ago

Administrative Assistant – new

Honeywell International Phoenix, AZ

Honeywell Aerospace has nearly 40,000 employees around the world and 2013 revenue of approximately $12 billion. Thousands of Honeywell Aerospace… Honeywell International


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    Good stepping stone for a real Engineering job in the future

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    Current Employee - Systems Engineer I  in  Phoenix, AZ
    Current Employee - Systems Engineer I in Phoenix, AZ

    I have been working at Honeywell full-time for more than 3 years

    Pros

    Variable Hours - Can usually set your own schedule. Early, late, normal, etc.
    No Dress Code - wear what you want (with exception)
    Very Little Micromanagement - freedom to tackle work how you do it best

    Cons

    Tribal Knowledge - Nothing is written down; everything is taught (or not) by someone with experience on the project. Things are the way they are "just because" without hope for change or improvement
    No Engineering - Hired as an engineer, have not performed any engineering
    No Recognition - Working overtime becomes the norm, not the exception. No overtime pay
    No Raises or Promotions - Frequent cutbacks to benefits while Honeywell brags about how much profit they make. No raises for 2 years with taxes increasing means take-home pay has gone down
    Disorganization - no training, no mentorship, trial by fire

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Stop bottlenecking - Large group of people in my department with a small group of them that are overworked while many are looking for tasks. Those with the knowledge are always in meetings and too busy to show other people how things work.
    Organize - Nothing is intuitive and almost everything is Tribal Knowledge. This kind of environment does not bode well for change and improvement. The mandatory training is largely useless while the things that need training have none
    Recognize Work - If people go above and beyond, that isn't their norm, it is an exception.
    Share the Wealth - Don't complain about how little of a bonus you get this year when nobody is awarded a raise

    Doesn't Recommend
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    Disapproves of CEO