Floor Operator Arran HR92 Product (Former Employee) – Advanced Home Systems – 15 July 2014
a typical day in Honeywell is chiefly spent working in one of the many different product areas. Each different product has a varied assembly method, testing process and packing process. On day shift there is a daily tier 1 meeting where any productivity or quality issues are discussed. Should problems persist they are moved up further with engineers and management. There is also a weekly safety message which is different every week and can be quite informative. I have taken part in a lot of training which is a refreshing break from the same day to day processes. I have always got on well with the management and would say that the team leaders and managers work closely with the team which creates a good ethos. The co-workers were also very easy to get on with and made the job a lot more enjoyable. The hardest part of the job is building up your speed to match the workers on a new line. however most targets are reasonable and can be obtained within a week or two depending on the job, I wouldn't say there was a most enjoyable part of the job as the days went in quick, you can have a laugh with co workers as long as you're getting your work done.
Technical Support Specialist (Current Employee) – Mississauga, ON Canada – 25 March 2017
Very cheap company, they even don't give free coffee and you pay your milk, sugar and mustard. Management in Security and Fire department where I am working are kind of "do it and shut your mouth". They are doing very bad and are not opened to any new idea or suggestion Department is always under performing because they are doing and doing same thing other and other.
Stuffs are very kind
Nothing free, heath benefit is the worst I saw so far
Sales and Service (Former Employee) – Canada – 20 January 2017
Company is very political and US Driven. Canada is secondary to decisions and management are YES men to head office. Employees are just a number. Plus it is not about the customers but the revenue generated from their contracts and projects. Hence the name Moneywell as the company is known in the industry.
Mechanical Calibration Technologist (Current Employee) – Cambridge, ON – 16 January 2017
Productive and fun workplace with a solid employee operating system. Many opportunities to learn from skilled employees. Production environment is characterized by 5S culture. Large Hi-tech corporation.
Test Engineer in EMC Qualification Lab in Honeywel (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 11 January 2017
The people are friendly and you are encouraged to maintain a good work life balance. The culture is one of a kind and you can be creative in how you do your job. They encourage personal growth. They also take care of their top performers
Operations Manager (Current Employee) – Canada – 20 September 2016
Expected to do a lot more with a lot less. There is an expectation that employees work upwards of 35% OT on a consistent basis to drive results. This of course does not lead to an effective work/life balance.