Specialist Install Tech Adv (Current Employee), Herndon, VA – December 17, 2014
Honeywell has the most amazing staff to work with. Working in groups to accomplish difficult tasks on the project fostered great working relationships. I would recommend anyone interested in working in the BAS field to try Honeywell.
very oppressive atmosphere/employees really need a union
Lead Operator/Senior Lead (Former Employee), maintenance/wastewater plant ops – November 19, 2014
Pros: great bunch of lower level employees
Cons: read above
didnt like working there last 18 months...safety culture changing due to newer mgmt. changing things based only on their fears,not actuality.trying to make things safer...actually causing unsafe conditions.
-> I am a admin in my site am monitor the day to day activities. ->manage a team and the leadership qualities. ->management is good. ->my co-worker are very friendly and helpful. ->i love this field so i do not have any difficult part in my work. ->i enjoyed all the part of my works and full satisfaction.
German Customer Care Team (Current Employee), Newhouse, SCT – November 15, 2014
A very interesting, busy and challenging environment. As a team leader I was responsible for a team of 12, dealing with escalations as well as making sure my team was feeling well and appreciated. The hardest part of the job is that the number of team members gets reduced whilst the work load increases.
The most enjoyable part of the job is to provide – more... an excellent service for customers as well as for the team and other colleagues. – less
Manufacturing Production Technician II (Current Employee), Clearwater, FL – November 13, 2014
• Provided supervisors with progress production, production logs, & manufacturing batch reports; worked as part of the CCA production team. • Inspected finished products for quality and adherence to specifications. • Solder circuit cards in preparation for board completion.
Working at Honeywell was fun, energetic and educational.
Lead Repair Technician (Former Employee), Cincinnati, OH – November 12, 2014
Pros: the pay was great.
Cons: the company relocated out of the country.
A Typical day at Honeywell/Mercury Inst.
Being the Lead Repair Technician I started out the day with a Tier 1 meeting with my team, going over safety concerns and prioritizing the work load.
Under minimal supervision, I managed customer returns. Starting with visual inspection of the unit, collaborating with the customer, researching the reason for – more... the return. I was also responsible for trouble shooting product defects, estimating cost and researching customer specifications.
I trained my team to do repairs in a safe and cost effective manner. With high customer expectations and time restraints, as a team we strived to be self sufficient and independent thinkers.
With the latest SAP system installed for inventory controll and new product orders, the automated system made it much harder to keep supplies in stock that were obsolete. The obsolete inventory was extremely valuable for older customer products that were returned for refurbishing.
The most rewarding and enjoyable time was when the team came together to solve an issue with a return, and collaborate on a process to find a solution.
After fourteen years of being employed by a leader in the National Gas Industry, It taught me leadership skills, teamwork, how to manage multiple task and problem solve, all the while staying focused on customer service.
I will always be grateful to the the Honeywell/Mercury Inst. Company for their employment and education. Their trust and confidence in me will never be forgotten. – less
Credit and Collections Specialist (Current Employee), Northford, CT – November 12, 2014
Pros: flexible with the work schedule
Cons: very small opportunities for growth or support.
Fast paced environment. SAP skills Learned. Co-workers work closely with you Reconciliations are the hardest part of the job. Talking to customers is the most enjoyable part. You get to build a relationship with them.
picker, packer quality control (Former Employee), Helsby, ENG – November 9, 2014
Pros: great people
Cons: i've noticed nothing
everyday I start my work at 8am o'clock , we have briefing for 15 minutes, after that, role of part of our team is pick a items to cages , second part of team prepare these orders to pack then my co-workers and i, we print documents, prepare labels and check picked pallets for any mistakes we finsh our work at 4 PM. we have one hour braketime Work on – more... this warehouse is my first one experience with Job like that. In poland i was sale representative for last 12 years, but after my family problems (divorce) i came here to start new life . i've learned in this job that most important think is communication and work under pressure. of course in my last jobs i had similar conditions but on different areas. so i've got used to it. My co-workers - multicultural team. and i'm glad about it. i've met very interesting people from different sides of globe. i have great contact with my managers and we've enjoyed our relations on company night out. I have great references from this company. – less