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5 days ago

Accountant II

Johnson Controls Milwaukee, WI

• Assists MBC Management team in carrying out complex and unique tasks that have significant impact on financial information or the reporting system… Johnson Controls


5 days ago

Lead Acid Process Engineer II

Johnson Controls Milwaukee, WI

new design and change proposal to present them for Design Review evaluation. Apply problem solving skills to Develop new and innovative solutions… Johnson Controls


5 days ago

Principal Engineer

Johnson Controls Milwaukee, WI

A Principal Engineer works on new product development with a design team and also works with the JCI factories to support changes or improvements of… Johnson Controls


5 days ago

Administrative Assistant

Johnson Controls Milwaukee, WI

 Manages and prioritizes projects to meet the on-going needs. This includes administrative support services such as budget administration… Johnson Controls


5 days ago

Software Product Development Manager

Johnson Controls Milwaukee, WI

for the required skill sets. May include both permanent and contract resources in the US, and in global development centers. Partner with business… Johnson Controls


5 days ago

Intern Asset Management

Johnson Controls Milwaukee, WI

are outlined below. The role will support IT Global Infrastructure (GI) and GI Asset Management working with a team of Asset Management, IT… Johnson Controls


5 days ago

Finance Manager

Johnson Controls Milwaukee, WI

Finance Manager, Accounts Receivable Primary Duties: • Directs the AR credit/collections processes, and provides guidance to AR… Johnson Controls


5 days ago

GWS Design Manager

Johnson Controls Milwaukee, WI

Provides professional, productive and cost effective solutions for the interior design of workspaces to support Johnson Controls Corporate, Power… Johnson Controls


5 days ago

Product Engineer III

Johnson Controls Milwaukee, WI

and Deliverables: Develops and executes Scopes of Work related to the design, development and validation of new products for OE, OES and AM… Johnson Controls


5 days ago

Data Strategist

Johnson Controls Milwaukee, WI

• Document and develop reporting and analysis processes so it can be supported and covered by others (developing standard processes.) • Develop… Johnson Controls


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Johnson Controls Chairman, President and Chief Executive Officer Alex A. Molinaroli
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    Poorly run company (Building Efficiency in Milwaukee - Engineering)

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    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee in Milwaukee, WI
    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee in Milwaukee, WI

    I have been working at Johnson Controls full-time

    Doesn't Recommend
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    Doesn't Recommend
    Negative Outlook

    Pros

    * Decent health care benefits.
    * Some good people to work with.
    * Excellent work/life balance. I have never been asked to work more than 40 hours.

    Cons

    * Extremely poor management. A lot of time is spent talking about why things can't be done. People have left because of their manager, and nothing substantial is done about it. For some of the resource managers, it seems to be all about collecting people, not about organizing the business effectively. (There are a few good managers if you are lucky enough to get one of them.)
    * Very poor product management (with exceptions) in general. They usually don't have real business cases and often over complicate problems. Can be difficult to talk to.
    * Vacation policy is stingy.
    * No matter how exceptional you are, you are getting a mediocre raise. This year's raise was even delayed (demonstrating how little they value employees). Even if you take on a new position with more responsibility, you aren't going to get a raise.
    * Some employees that are toxic to the work environment are not let go.
    * No one has the guts to address what's wrong, instead we keep letting our good people leave.
    * Company talks a big talk about ethics, but if you search the internet for news about our CEO, you'll see why it's hard to take it seriously.

    Advice to Management

    * Get rid of bad employees.
    * Hire talent and pay for it.
    * Reward excellence.


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