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Anonymous shared this review of Honeywell, United States on Jan 30th, 2020
"No respect for women here as it’s an old boys network. It’s very obvious in meetings that there is a class system. Unless you are a VP here forget it. Admins are treated so badly you would swear it’s an episode of Mad Men. The benefits are awful. They promote unlimited vacation but you never ever get to take it. "
Anonymous shared this review of Honeywell, United States on Oct 21st, 2019
"Not a place for working mothers. Lack of work life balance. You are expected to be available at any hour of the day to take meetings. Remote working is not available. "
Anonymous shared this review of Honeywell, United States on Oct 3rd, 2019
"I simply think this organization is at a pivotal point right now. Honeywell is attempting to be a top software organization but it is not keeping the good talent that change would require."
Anonymous shared this review of Honeywell, United States on Aug 15th, 2019
"Intense work environment. Employees held to high standards but it is rewarding work. Little work life balance. No work from home, summer hours, flex schedule. Not a good environment for working mothers"
Anonymous shared this review of Honeywell, United States on Aug 5th, 2019
"- Attempting to be a software start-up in a large bloated bureaucratic environment needs to be more than saying you use agile methodologies. If you want to be agile, and the leader of IoT, it might help if you listen to your employees who actually know how to do this. - Be prepared to be publicly humiliated by leadership. This stems from the CEO down. - Be prepared to work 80 hour weeks and weekends with no recognition of the effort to go above and beyond. - HR Leadership is a joke. They do the bidding of business leadership and sweep employee issues under the carpet. - Promoting diversity is different to actually acting on it. It’s still a good old boys club when its all said and done. "
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