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I worked at Tyco full-time
It was a great company to work for in the beginning, great benefits, salary and work/ life balance. Also a great learning experience as there was a ton of acquisitions and mergers that grew the company.
Before Tyco became Johnson Controls they kept shrinking through spin offs but the employees were never explicitly told that they were gearing up to be bought out so the in the last years the atmosphere changed and it was not a pleasant place to work.
Advice to Management
Not sure about new management as the company was bought by Johnson Controls shortly after I left
I applied online. The process took 3 weeks. I interviewed at Tyco (Princeton, NJ) in August 2016.
submitted my resume to a recruiter, was contacted about a week later and had a phone screen scheduled a couple of weeks after that. phone screen was very technical followed by an in person at tyco in princeton with the Director of Platform services. interview went well and lead engineer mentioned pushing to get the role moving but was contacted a day later indicating i did not have as strong "enterprise" experience as they had expected though i work for the DoD and in my prior role was an infrastructure engineer focused on virtualization for a 50k plus user environment with multiple global datacenters. this role has been open for some time and tyco has had issues filling it.
Johnson Controls, a global multi-industrial company, and Tyco, a global fire & security provider, have combined to create Johnson Controls International plc, a global leader in building products and technology, integrated solutions and energy storage