Poor culture work presented no challenges or room for advancement
Manufacturing Technician (Former Employee), Tonawanda, NY – April 17, 2014
Pros: worked dupont schedule
Cons: supervisor could not be trusted
Job required no skill sets besides paying attention if the systems were working properly. Certain parts of management had no clue to what was happening. Hardest part of the job was keeping busy and staying awake.
SW Engineer (Former Employee), Seattle – April 16, 2014
Pros: equal treatment of contractors and employees
Cons: everything else
I worked at both the Redmond and Albuquerque locations as a contract engineer. In 33 years of consulting/contracting, this was the lousiest company I ever dealt with, hands down. I won't bore with details, but the only good thing I can say about Honeywell is that they treat their contractors no worse than they do their employees. Which, unfortunately, – more... is like garbage.
Given that I worked in multiple locations, and just finished another contract in California working with 4-5 guys from Phoenix who loathed Honeywell, I have to question the underlyng validity of the reviews I see here. Three locations is admittedly a relatively small sample size, but something is not passing the smell test.
MATERIALS CONTROLLER (Current Employee), Bournemouth, ENG – April 16, 2014
Honeywell Aerospace, Bournemouth, is a repair and Overhaul station for air and fluid handling systems for both commercial and military applications. Principle manufacturing system is SAP.
-Receipt of ‘stripped units’ from production and sending out reworks internally and externally for SUBCON operations. - Progress chasing of all part shortages from – more... in house departments and establishing shortage free dates for production / capacity planning. - Creation of critical expediting lists for Purchasing for New & outsourced rework parts. (Sub-contract and Manufacture). - Interdepartmental feedback for order status and expected delivery date. - Marshalling parts, reworks and special process parts, creating kits and issuing to production. – less
A good company that treated their employees fairly.
Data Records Analyst (Former Employee), Cincinnati, OH – April 11, 2014
Was able to hold several positions there. I started off monitoring burglar and fire alarm. To Accounts Receivable, data records and incident reduction. Also supervised 1st shift for 2 years. All the co-workers were close knit group like family.
Operator / Pure Metals (Former Employee), Spokane Valley, WA – April 10, 2014
Pros: i had three days off to spend with my family
Cons: i worked three twelves and one six hour shifts
My day started with a meaningless crew meeting and then using a crane to maneuver heavy billets to a saw so they could be cut into manageable sized pieces for production. During the pure the heat was almost unbearable and at any time if there was a mistake made there could potentially have been an explosion that would kill everyone in the plant. not – more... my ideal working environment. The lead and his assistant in the cast house constantly contradict each other which made things even more unsafe and potentially hazardous. Management was unorganized and full of communication flaws in other words one hand didn't have any idea what the other hand was doing. – less
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Service Technician II (Former Employee), Lincolnshire, IL – April 8, 2014
Working for Honeywell gave me the opportunity to observe great knowledge. The training was great and the work environment as well. We had daily meetings and emails about: new tasks, safety, and business.