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.
Continuing Services Manager (Former Employee) – North Vancouver, BC – 15 March 2018
This place can be a great place to work or it can be problematic. I was there during the difficult years when the stock price was dropping and management all the way to the top were losing their heads. In three years I had 6 managers. Depends on the time and who your manager is. Otherwise, good processes.
Journeyman Electrician (Former Employee) – Saskatoon – 28 February 2018
Enjoy boating learned lots about plc's. I am a self starter and took charge of the projects , buying material, job layout , job meetings.best part was finishing job under budget, usually received bonuses at christmas