Security System Representative (Former Employee) – Hayward, CA – 25 June 2012
This field service job required recieving job assignments and going to commercial customer sites and performing expert customer service on security equipment. I learned how to work under stress and prioritize assignment depending on work load and customer needs. Co-workers was very supportive Hardest part of job at times would be to charge for a 5 min repair. The most enjoyable part would be going to various job sites and have a challenging problem to solve.
work at own pace
having to make decision of being at two locations at same time
High stress work environment in the managerial field
Service Manager (Current Employee) – Ottawa, ON – 27 September 2017
The company offers good wages and benefits. There is a high stress level in the work environment in the managerial field. Management is profit driven to the point of exerting excess stress on the office staff.
Deficiency Sales (Current Employee) – Edmonton, AB – 12 September 2017
A typical day includes quoting each deficiency that the fire alarm and sprinkler inspectors note. I have learned from this role that follow-up is important to have success with sales. Management is at different levels within the company. The workplace culture is very easygoing with many different generations. The hardest part of the job is repetitiveness. The most enjoyable part of the job is knowing you have helped people to stay safe.
Management has a culture of bullying which hides behinds corporate. Current manager has threatened to attack an employee in front of witness, other current manager has harassed more than a few employees. This place is great if you just want money and are an in and out type of person.
Though a very large corporation, Johnson Controls has an atmosphere of being a smaller operation. Everyone I interacted with at Johnson Controls internally, whether from our local Edmonton branch or from one of our international support branches, was welcoming, thoughtful and knowledgeable in their field.
Excellent endroit professionnel a travailler avec un super leadership international
Customer Operation Agent (Former Employee) – 100-395 Av Sainte-Croix, Saint-Laurent QC H4N 2L3 – 1 August 2017
Dans mon dernier poste; je faisais l appuie administrative aux gerants de projet; responsable a controller les couts du projet; ouverture des comptes client; ouverture des bons de commande; ouverture des comptes sous-traitants; et aussi responsable a la facturation progressive des clients.
Maintence Mechanic (Former Employee) – Orangeville, ON – 31 May 2017
The plant was a great plant to work The Johnson Controls plant I worked at made Automotive seating for Chrysler and Toyota. The corporation made the decision to get out of the seating business. Shutting down the plant and putting 300 people out of work.
JCI is a highly respected and proffessional company
Project Manager (Former Employee) – Vancouver, BC – 24 May 2017
Johnson Controls promotes a culture of growth, professionalism, on going training, safety, autonomy and job growth. Employees at JCI are very well trained and work hard to keep customer satisfaction at the highest level.
Assembler (Former Employee) – Milton, ON – 27 February 2017
I was with them for just under a year, After I refused to do a part of the job do too my safety they showed me the front door, Not a fan of an employer that will allow something to swing above my head where it will make contact with my head,, I like to keep my brains unscrambled thank you.
Production Worker (Former Employee) – Milton, ON – 1 December 2016
All they care about is production numbers. If you get hurt they come up with a reason that it wasn't job related. Drugs run rampant throughout plant, but they are the only way these poor people get through the day. Best thing I ever did was quit after 10 plus years. They are in the business of hurting people.