Engineer (Former Employee), Toronto, ON – October 7, 2014
Pros: rate of pay, exposure to new methods, in house training
Cons: long overtime hours without pay, stress
high stress, immediate boss may know nothing about your job and provide worst possible advice. keep excellent documentation, people get thrown under the bus. some people do provide honest practical advice, you have to find and cultivate these people. hours can get bad. in house training is very good, but they are condensing this very hard.
My intention at this step would be to learn new things related to my profession. As it is a technical field, one has to be updated because the technol
System Engineer (Current Employee), Gurgaon, Haryana. – October 19, 2014
Honeywell invents and manufactures technologies to address some of the world’s toughest challenges initiated by revolutionary macrotrends in science, technology and society. A Fortune 100 company, we create solutions to improve the quality of life of people around the globe: generating clean, healthy energy – and using it more efficiently. Increasing – more... our safety and security. Enabling people around the world to connect, communicate, and collaborate. And equipping our customers to be even more productive. With approximately 132,000 employees worldwide, including more than 22,000 engineers and scientists, we have an unrelenting commitment to quality and delivering results in everything we make and do – less
Federal Police Officer (Former Employee), Kansas City, MO – October 13, 2014
Making sure no areas of security are compromised. Being proficient in all areas of job knowledge. The management was very knowledgeable and efficient and worked well with the employees. My coworkers were great and made it a pleasant working experience. The most enjoyable part of the job was working with, and interacting with people throughout the day.
New challenge everyday with no commitable mistakes
Service Engineer- HBS (Current Employee), Kolkata, WB – October 9, 2014
Honeywell automation teaches a nomad to come out of their cocoon and face the hardships with client . It s a funplace to work with supportable colleagues . It teaches us how to cope with toughest challenges without any dependancy.
Hardest part of honeywell is crisis management and coping up with SLA with anytine round the clock customer service .
Senior Field Engineering Representative (Former Employee), Portland, OR – October 3, 2014
Independently performed expert maintenance and repair on a wide variety of electronic data processing equipment. Responsible for effective work direction, scheduling, technical support of less experienced personnel. Covered the state of Oregon and up to Longview, WA.
• I was in San Diego Ca. as the Small System Specialist in 1986. My duties where to – more... providing specialized immediate and secondary support to Field personnel. Supervised employees, ensuring the completion of all training necessary to support systems and peripherals.
• From 1983-1986 I was in Honolulu Hi. assigned to the Navy as second level support to provide technical assistance and on-the-job training to fleet units. I held secret security clearance with the U.S. Navy in this position. Made multiple trips to Philippines, Guam, Japan, and Diego Garcia supporting all phases of computer systems on Navy ships – less
Production Laborer (Former Employee), York, PA – October 3, 2014
Pros: management/worker relationships
Cons: some days were slow for production
Honeywell was a great place to work for. I had the opportunity to learn many different jobs on the assembly line. The management took feedback from the workers to make a better work experience. The supervisors I had the opportunity to work with, were great.