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I have learned many things and skills in areas i've never worked before. It's fast paced and a great adventure. I wish it wasn't closing. It's hard work but rewarding. Straight days and good pay. lots of older workers so good work ethic on the the most part and very challenging. it is a very safe place to work.
Our work was very fast paced and required quick turnaround from estimation to shop drawing packages and programming. A typical day involved reviewing consultant drawings and specifications, preparing sequences of operations and control drawings for BAS controls and putting together submittal packages for clients. Management was fair, but there was little room for advancement. I did learn a great deal about control systems and programming and the people there are willing to help out if you ask. There are a lot of processes and procedures to follow at Honeywell with regards to work and culture, so expect things there to be very structured and regimented.
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Honeywell was, overall, a great experience. I will admit the work/life balance was difficult, since many of the teams I managed were international teams. This caused one to have to manage projects across multiple time zones. Sadly, upper management did not seem to understand the difficulties for day to operations that some of their decisions generated. Overall, working for Honeywell was a great experience because of the opportunities it generated. Although, I was initially pushed into management, the experience this offered made me realize that I actually liked managing people.
The last 5 years was hard working at Honeywell International Ottawa. I have been put in a position where I must take on new roles without discussing these new roles as part of my job at EMS and have done the best to learn them and execute them well.
After four years I found myself decimated by the infighting and back stabbing politics. It's easy to lose your mojo in this environment, and hard to get it back. Keep your sanity and find another company to work for that will respect your contribution.
Management principles, back stabbing, office politics
I was working on a special project and I had to lean how to use a new program at the role. I had a very goos support system from the team with how the program works. This allowed me to be able to contribute valuably to the overall project