Honeywell counts on our people to deliver superb performance for our customers every day – and in return, we offer compensation that links your pay directly to business and individual results. Our pay-for-performance approach is designed to be fair and consistent, individually differentiated based on results, market competitive and compliant with local laws.
We also provide competitive benefits programs in every region in which we do business. While our benefits plans vary in availability in our different locations, we offer a broad range of benefits that are part of the value you receive as a Honeywell employee. Wherever you are with us, you will find benefits that can help ensure your health and well being, and contribute to your financial security.
Employee friendly with flexible work hours. Very diversified technology and business gives opportunity to work across fields. Medical premiums are high, but that seems usual considering the growing health care costs.
401k - Match 7%, matching contributed on December 31st for the entire year, vests after 3 years. Healthcare - Slightly higher premiums for industry, but it's been held the same for 4 years. Standard deductible and out of pocket max for industry. Vacation - "unlimited" per management approval. Parental Leave - recently raised to 4 weeks for mothers and father.
2 weeks paid vacation....paid holidays...LTD and STD insurance
Moved to unlimited vacation plan i heard
Overall the benefits are currently lacking behind the industry stranded, but are improving and are starting to get better. Health bad, 401k okay, Time off good
Honeywell health insurance is pretty bad in my option. Premiums are around $450 per month. You pay 100% of all doc visit and labs until you meet your deductible. Out-of-pocket max for in network is $4000/individual and $8000 /family. Out -of=network is $8000/individual and $16000 /family.
Worst health insurance plan I've personally seen, better off with just taking out a high deductible plan for an emergency and pay out of pocket for everything else, went to the doctor and for a check up and received a $150 copay. "Unlimited Vacation" exists and management seems to be okay with requests, however, so busy with work barely take off a couple days a year. 401k Match has improved (around 8-9%) however the match only occurs once a year on 12/31 for entire year, if you leave prior to 12/31 you forfeit 100% of the match.
Best thing about the benefits package: you at least get one....barely. high deductible health insurance, high monthly premiums just to carry health insurance you can't afford to use. 401K plan is pretty good
Below Average Salary; High Health Insurance Premiums.
401k is contingent on staying till December. 4 year vesting match. Garbage health benefits, crazy high deductible. "Unlimited vacation" can be vetoed by manager for no good reason.
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