Johnson Controls
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About the company

  • CEO
    George Oliver
    71%
    approve of George Oliver's performance
  • Founded
    1885
  • Company size
    more than 10,000
  • Revenue
    more than $12B (CAD)
  • Industry
    Manufacturing
  • Headquarters
    Cork, Ireland
  • Link
    Johnson Controls website
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Technical Support Coordinator in Montréal, QC
on 23 January 2023
Great company to learn troubleshooting skills.
In my honest opinion speaking as an It technician and access control technician , I would say that working at Johnson Controls was a troubleshooting school for me . The different scenarios from where you needed to find a solution in order to help the field technicians were challenging every day. That pushed me to give the best of me to find the solution to make the things work well.
Manufacturing Drafter in Edmonton, AB
on 3 January 2023
Just a Job
The job security is good at Silent aire . But the Work Culture is very toxic . The office staff treats the floor employees very poorly. The raise that happens every year is a joke on the face . This place is a tree of Nepotism
Accounts Payable Coordinator in Mississauga, ON
on 16 December 2022
Productive and fun place to work
Work from home Benefits and leaveFlexibility in working hoursManagement and work culture is good Salary benefits is okaySupportive and helpful Management
Hydrotester in Edmonton, AB
on 14 December 2022
Consistent out of work, room for advancement and broad range of direction
Overall I feel secure in my position. Not chained to one area or job. The management is fair and respectful. They also notice effort where they see it. The pay seems equal to level of competency and commitment
Fire Alarm Technician in Mississauga, ON
on 5 December 2022
Great coworkers , poor management
Majority of time no stress. Great people to work with however loss good employees due to examples being set by new management. Rotating management on a monthly to quarterly basis. Slow on training employees for safety such as working at heights (would be given the harness and lanyard without the training).

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