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.
12 paid holidays, 8 sick days, and unlimited vacation time are all great benefits. *Unlimited does not actually mean unlimited - it does mean you cannot roll over any vacation or stock them up until retiring/switching jobs etc...
Unlimited Vacation Policy - Seems reasonable
Good health benefits. Dental insurance covered most of dental work
"Unlimited" vacation is a joke since you have to negotiate how much with your manager. Since most areas are understaffed, it was difficult to take previous standard vacation time without working OT before and after. Expensive health insurance with mandatory high deductible HSA. No pension for new hires. 401k match is only 50% to low number.
The thing that I miss most since I left, are the days you get off, you get 4 floating holidays as well as your 2 - 5 weeks of vacation. You also get 6 personal days that you can use anytime.
It shrinks every year. Yes it is okay. Not the best not the worst, but one of the draws about Honeywell used to be middle of the road pay but very good benefits. Benes have been stripped to almost nothing now. Including vacation which is a joke. "unlimited" means you need approval to use vacation days. You are expected to use them based on your level in the company. New hires can look to have about 10 days or so and then grumbling from management. Meanwhile they will tell you to take as many as you 'need'.
Great company, great benefits. Five stars.
I don't remember having any tangible benefits. I am retired USAF military so I did not use their medical.
All benefits have been drastically reduced over the last 5 or 6 years and the trend is not slowing down. Medical has skyrocketed, no dental, 401k match reduced, bonus reduced, no more remote working, etc
Reducing benefits every year. Below average medical (above average cost), No dental, reduced 401K matching, No pension, Limited or no salary increase, Reduced Bonus year over year.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.