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.
Not a very pro employee in case of benefits.
No paid maternity leave. High cost deductible health insurance, good coverage for something catastrophic but very expensive if you’re otherwise healthy. 401k match is generous but only paid out annually.
There is not a benefit package as an intern
401k at 7% company match is the highest in the market. Similar medical plan design at other companies.
Honeywell overall offers decent benefits. Average for large corporate company
"Unlimited" vacation policy, great benefit as I took full advantage, approx 4 weeks off through 6 months. 401k matching is okay, but Honeywell recently changed how they pay into this. Health/Dental sub par. Very limited flexibility/no work from home, behind the times on this one.
What’s next...401K, Healthcare, Time off As a Fortune 500 company they offer most benefits, they are just degrading every year.
The benefits continue to degrade. Initially, the package was decent. Next the cost of medical and the very high deductibles made this benefit worse than what is available on the free market. Then, vacation was changed from an amount awarded for years of service to “manager appreved’. This year, all 401K matches were removed and replaced by a “loyalty” lump sum to be distributed in April of the following year. Discounts for Honeywell products to employees still place the price of the product above what is routinely available on Amazon. Quite frankly, there is no longer much value to the benefits package.
Unpaid overtime is expected. Within one week of starting I was told that I would be expected to start mandatory Saturday's after 3 months of being in the job. Working overtime is all good, but not paid is unethical. Especially when you consider they still charge the customer for the time. Flexing time is "a privilege and not a right". You must ask permission each time and in the policy it says that your boss should evaluate accepting it based on your performance and how often you ask to flex time. As a new employee you are not able to take vacation for the first three months. Only high deductible plans are offered for healthcare and it's expensive. At Northrop the high deductible plan was an option and saved the employee monthly cost if they choose it. The high deductible plan is expensive. Typically cost of the best plan at other companies in the industry.
401k with 6 percent match.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.