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Current Employee - Manager  in  Kansas City, MO
Current Employee - Manager in Kansas City, MO

I have been working at Honeywell full-time for more than 8 years

Pros

Type of work performed
Coworkers, however retention is terrible

Cons

Management
Poor leadership
Performance review system
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    A great place to launch your career

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    Current Employee - Senior Contract Representative  in  Minneapolis, MN
    Current Employee - Senior Contract Representative in Minneapolis, MN

    I have been working at Honeywell

    Pros

    Company has great values and in very into helping to grow the local community.

    Cons

    Pay is below standards and it takes too long to get a salary increase.

    Recommends
    Approves of CEO
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    Worked as if it was my own company but the office politics and quality of people will drag you down

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    Former Employee - Supply Chain Architect  in  Phoenix, AZ
    Former Employee - Supply Chain Architect in Phoenix, AZ

    I worked at Honeywell

    Pros

    - Any thing and everything you will do will benefit the Aerospace behemoth in becoming efficient and profit making machine
    - As long as you have few VP's / Sr Directors on your side you can pretty much do any good work you want. Its just keeping these leaders happy so that they can shine in the C-suite is the daunting task
    - Work for solid experience in dealing with OEM, AMS and R&O issues
    - The new CEO (Tim M) is dynamic, practical and have come up through the ranks (Its just the in-efficiency around him is what choking the organization)

    Cons

    - Lot of people are ready to join the band-wagon (SCM, S&OP, SAP, APO) but very few understand and can take leadership
    - Too much of talking at the leadership level but no practical experience at the director and above level
    - If you can talk fast, loudly and without any dignity for others then you have prospects of going up the ladder
    - The company knows how to promote people who should be left behind and demote people who should be given opportunities to take leadership roles
    - One of the worst and in-efficient IT department. It would be more profitable to out-source the IT organization then keeping all the in-efficiency around. May be Honeywell should do what P&W did by outsourcing IT to CSC

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Dear Tim,

    Some of the best talent has left the company in 2011 after sticking through the downturn. If you have chance please consider the following:
    1. Bring the best talent into the Material management Organization. All the leadership currently in place is just there because they know someone at the top. Pretty much everyone from Director and above (VP, Sr VP) can be taken out without no effect on the organization >>> All the charts and graphs outside the offices in the 301 building is a white wash. The S&OP, Supplier Volatility, 100M projects are used to get one-self promoted but nothing is happening at a deeper level. People who really do the work 24/7 have to justify why they should be given promotion
    2. Outsource the IT department to the Third party. The IT department is worst department at Honeywell from politics and talent point of view. All the efforts and money that has been wasted on ECC, APO, RR and other IT projects should be targeted to quick turn around software projects

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