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Honeywell give me a lot of education to be a successful manager.

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Former Employee - Production Supervisor in Santa Clara, CA
Former Employee - Production Supervisor in Santa Clara, CA

I worked at Honeywell

Pros

Honeywell is a good place to work because of educational benefits and also they take care of their people.

Cons

There is no room for advancement. I have have to wait for someone to get promoted or leave the company to get a promotion.

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Honeywell should pick the right leadership to become mire successful.

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  1. 5 people found this helpful  

    Very Political, Poor Managers Allowed to Stay Too Long

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    Current Employee - Product Manager in Lincolnshire, IL
    Current Employee - Product Manager in Lincolnshire, IL

    I have been working at Honeywell

    Pros

    * Faith, Family and Company is the motto
    * Most managers are good, except for a few that are allowed to stay too long
    * If you are a performer, and work well with others, you will do in the culture

    Cons

    * Not enough resources to do a good job, spread too thin
    * Most managers are good, except for a few that are allowed to stay too long
    * A few managers are horrible that drive good people away and thus the resources are even thinner than before - downward spiral.
    * Raises are not there for even top performers as corporate has not allowed anymore band 4 to allow for proper raises. Band 3 tops out at 105K.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    * Take care of the people you have
    * Workforce with 10 plus years are hard to find more than ever
    * Workforce with 15 or 20 plus years are rare and industry is starting fight and steal these people
    * Engineering and technical college enrollment is in all time low for the last ten years, so that makes experience workers/senior level even more harder to find
    * Companies that value the workforce over keeping bad managers will do much better. There are a lot of other good companies willing to take senior level employees, but there are not enough senior level employees to satisfy all the needs of all the companies
    * Once people start to leave, it is often very hard to stop the flow

  2. 3 people found this helpful  

    The Honeywell Phoenix Engines site has a culture that is apathetic and oppressive at best.

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    Former Employee - Health, Safety and Environmental Engineer II in Phoenix, AZ
    Former Employee - Health, Safety and Environmental Engineer II in Phoenix, AZ

    I worked at Honeywell

    Pros

    Honeywell offers reasonable salaries and plenty of room for movement. Many of the Honeywell locations have numerous opportunities for training, as well.

    Cons

    Although Honeywell offers competitive salaries, the benefits package is completely inadequate. They don't start contributing to your 401(k) until you have been contributing for at least 3 years, and then they only match at up to 3% of your salary at ~35 cents per dollar matching. They also have a very expensive medical insurance plan. The company is self insured, and they charge employees several hundred dollars each month for medical insurance that has a deductible of $8000 for a family; this effectively requires a family to spend ~$12,000 before the medical insurance pays anything at all.

    The Honeywell Phoenix Engines site is an oppressive work environment. The employees that have been working there for many years are defeated and feel like no one cares about them or their opinions because management in unresponsive or very slow to respond. New employees are frustrated because they get no orientation or training, and then are "held accountable" for information they never had an opportunity to learn. The management system is very punitive, not supportive in any way. Employees are punished harshly, and tearing other people down in order advance yourself is encouraged.

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    Management would do well to focus on the culture of each site and infuence positive change actively. Any effort to make employees feel valued would be an improvement.

    Doesn't Recommend
    Disapproves of CEO
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