Johnson Controls
Happiness score is 53 out of 100
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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
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Rating overview

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HVAC Technician in Halifax, NS
on 7 January 2022
Nothing positive to speak of
Company is very driven by stock price , micro managed and very focused on generating revenue, little focus on career paths . Big on upper management with fairly high turnaround .
Sales in Anywhere
on 14 January 2022
Toxic
Toxic environment, coupled with individuals whom spend their entire day looking to find information to get co-workers fired and to compensate for their own incompetence. Very counter productive and unprofessional. They want you to work 7 days a week, will even give you non related projects on the weekend and then never use the work you performed for anything. They will chew you up and spit you out when they fell like it. No loyalty, no appreciation and no tolerance towards anyone with any differences (unofficially behind closed doors). Worst job ever
National Accounts & Inside sales Western Canada in Vancouver, BC
on 28 December 2021
Worst place ever, so much to do at the time
The don't appreciate the work done, A lot of stress No balance between work/life All employees work under a lot of pressure They just care about reach numbers at the end of month
HVAC Technician in Calgary, AB
on 21 August 2021
Sinking ship
Ah jci. A place where working hard lands you nowhere. The more you step up, the worse jobs end up landing on your plate. There are a select group of people who skate by relaxing on maintenance/contract time while others are used for large project work. You bust your back to get a big job done, and surprise! Another garbage project. Constantly hassled to get the job done faster. Toxic culture. Management is useless. Dispatch is a joke. No support for field staff. You are looked at as a set of tools instead of a person. Would not work at johnson controls again if my life depended on it. You could not double my wage. Terrible place to work plain and simple. Losing contracts, lack of hours. Work here if you enjoy being a number.
Outside sales professional & account mgmt in Canada
on 11 May 2021
Bureaucracy is plentiful/stress versus inadequate compensation/unsupportive mgmt
Employees are strictly cogs in the corporate wheel used as cannon fodder to bled dry by stress & burnout. Employee training is minimal with a "sink or swim" attitude especially at the local levels. Competition between sales reps and divisions is fully adversarial with no real mgmt oversight.

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Interview is average
Process takes about a week

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Describe a business endeavour you learned from and how results helped others

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Shared on 16 August 2020

- How long has I worked in the accounting field? - How did I deal with conflict? - What's my typing speed?

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