I love my customer site and my site staff, they are amazing. The issues are with Honeywell mgmt. and the lack of realization that because we are a special entity (P3 Project) we cannot operate under the same procedures, policies etc that are mandated on the Install, Service and Construction side of the team. With the penalties that we are held accountable for, we have our hands tied to actually MAKE our site better. It's a daily battle with corporate to try to stay above water with their mandates. Locally its a great company... but every large corporation has their battles. I hope Honeywell can get up to speed with what they are doing to their P3 site assets.
Pay decent wage for administrators
Don't get paid enough for the many roles, positions and tasks that you are forced to take on due to staff turnover
Project Engineer/Wireless Engineer (Current Employee) – Cambridge, ON – 26 February 2019
Great place to work and gain experience. This is a large global (American owned) company which does business in many industries. Mergers & Acquisitions are their greatest strength. Unfortunately, if acquired, they will most likely "break" the company in order to standardize it to their processes.
Senior Customer Service Analyst (Former Employee) – Kanata, ON – 30 January 2019
I started working for EMS Canada in 2001. I enjoyed my job working in a fast paced Customer Service role working on returns for repair and overhaul. I worked with customers from around the globe. I was very passionate about the job and enjoyed working and solving my customers needs. I built good Customer relationships, gaining trust and reliability. EMS was eventually sold to Honeywell and EMS adopted the Honeywell culture and customer service practices. Some important services were lost in this transaction. The close personal customer service needs were lost and the volume increased. The customers were then required to go to a website to create their own repair tickets and put in a que for the next individual to address their needs and problems. This method created longer lead times for delivery and troubleshooting.
Quality Control Intern (Former Employee) – Mississauga, ON – 13 December 2018
I was satisfied with the internship, it was my first and only Mech Engineering internship, it is the kind of environment I would like to work at, I would be happy if the rest of my career followed Honeywell
Com Dev was a great place to work at, with excellent benefits.
Radio Frequency Technologist (Former Employee) – Cambridge, ON – 26 October 2018
I worked there when the company was Com Dev Ltd. It was a fantastic company to work for with a decent salary, great benefits, good culture and a great atmosphere when working in the lab. I do not know, what it is like to work for Honeywell, since they took over.
Certified Electrician 309A (Current Employee) – Hamilton, ON – 21 October 2018
If you're a robot who has no common sense, lacks basic human emotion and has no ethics then this is the company for you. I have been in my profession for over 15 years and no amount of experience can prepare your this company. The Idea of safety is very important until push comes to shove and it will cost them time or money and they will ask you to do the most rediculous things. Forget any support from management as they are so overwhelmed they don't know if they are coming or going and say goodbye to your family as you will never enjoy a moment with them as you are expected to be available 365 days a year. One of our managers had to attend funeral for a family member half way around the world and was asked to keep their phone on them to respond to calls.
Lots of overtime if thats what you want
No Life Work Balance, No support from management, No Common sense
Project Analyst (Former Employee) – Mississauga, ON – 15 October 2018
The culture of this company is great, and everyone I worked with was amazing. Pros: Interesting Industry, room for improvement, Industry leader, growing, diverse workplace, multinational. The ability to grow although just for higher management.
(Contract) Project Manager (Former Employee) – Mississauga, ON – 29 September 2018
Honeywell is considered one o the major Control Systems companies in the world. Their products are controlling processes in all industries from mining to pharmaceuticals and nuclear. They maintain the highest standards. It was great to manage this project for them. It required interfacing with their offices in India, USA, Canada and Jamaica and interfacing with the Engineering partners of Alcoa, Hatch and Fluor. Communication and cooperation was great.