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Anonymous shared this review of Honeywell, United States on Oct 26th, 2020
"I loved working here and never felt disadvantaged being a woman. There are many women in leadership positions. Your strengths are highlighted rather than your weakness. It does require long hours and sometimes work-life is difficult."
Anonymous shared this review of Honeywell, United States on Oct 20th, 2020
"Create a support network for yourself inside of the company - the people are great."
Anonymous shared this review of Honeywell, United States on Oct 13th, 2020
"Great career opportunities. Will need to manage the work-life balance "
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. "
Anonymous shared this review of Honeywell, Mexico on Jul 17th, 2019
"Overall a good environment and a nice place to work."
Anonymous shared this review of Honeywell, United States on Jun 10th, 2019
"I have earned opportunities to move up in the organization during the time I have been here. That isn't the story for everyone. Many of the industries Honeywell works in are very male dominated. Most of the leadership is male and I haven't seen many changes here. They are trying to diversify. I have seen more women being hired in my office which is encouraging. "
Anonymous shared this review of Honeywell on Feb 15th, 2019
"Pay equality is good here. Everyone starts at the same pay level. Starting to make progress on promoting women into leadership roles but needs to do more here."
Anonymous shared this review of Honeywell on Dec 26th, 2018
"Free food :) ..no seriously, it's a supportive environment with lots of women in leadership. There also is an internal women's networking group that helps us stay connected. "
Anonymous shared this review of Honeywell on Dec 7th, 2018
"Women are decidedly under-represented, and it worsens as you look up the ladder. There is a lot of talk about diversity, but progress is minimal."
Anonymous shared this review of Honeywell on Oct 15th, 2018
"Brilliant co-workers and interesting work. They changed their policy a couple years back and no longer allow working from home. "
Anonymous shared this review of Honeywell on Jul 11th, 2018
"Women typically have to work harder to prove their worth and their competence to the old white male culture"
Anonymous shared this review of Honeywell on May 25th, 2018
"Ask future peers if the boss. hours, assignments are flexible or negotiable"
Anonymous shared this review of Honeywell on Mar 15th, 2018
"The work is great, the project as great as well. There is a good balance of women and men working here, however you will need to put in much more time than your male counterpart. You need to prove more to be trusted. "
Anonymous shared this review of Honeywell on Dec 14th, 2017
"Pick your department/boss carefully. Look to move positions often. Ask about the leadership rotational track."
Anonymous shared this review of Honeywell on Dec 12th, 2017
"Be courageous and vocal. Show leadership skills and initiative. Maintain a Work/Life balance on your own. "
Anonymous shared this review of Honeywell on Aug 22nd, 2017
"Through my career, I have received many promotion opportunities and the company helped provide flexibility when my son was young. "
Anonymous shared this review of Honeywell on Jun 15th, 2017
"There is an uphill battle for women to get into leadership. If you are able to get into leadership, then you are surrounded by men. Only the strongest women will survive when they are the only woman in a room with little to no women joining them on the leadership team. Honeywell must do a better job at balancing men and women in leadership."
Anonymous shared this review of Honeywell on May 5th, 2017
"My boss was good. He considered my personal issues when I spoke to him and tried to adjust my project accordingly."
Anonymous shared this review of Honeywell on Mar 1st, 2017
"Lots of opportunities to advance, poor work life balance, company culture not family friendly "
Anonymous shared this review of Honeywell on Feb 17th, 2017
"Honeywell is a challenging place to work for anyone seeking worklife balance, male or female. The culture and leadership is primarily male, and there are no prevelant diversity networks or efforts to create a flexible work environment. "
"In general, women treated fairly"
"no longer offers onsite child care, most departments offer flexible hours and work at home options"
"Benefits are awful"
"Good for starting a career, but little career growth opportunities."
"High pressure intense workplace, highly political, unfair pay for women, not good for moms. Male dominated leadership, women are primarily in support roles."
"I have been an employee for 11 years and I have never worked for a female. Males pretty much dominate those roles and women, in my opinion, aren't given a fair shot. Women in this company tend to play he supporting cast roles. I haven't had to take maternity leave yet, but I will be in about 5 months so we'll see how I am treated or affected."
"Great place to start your career, but after the initial learning phase the career development completely stagnates."
"It was a great company to begin with but went south. After being bought"
"The work is challenging and never boring. Men are clearly favored for advancement opportunities."
"This company seems to get comfortable with employees and slowly add on new task based on skill set with no pay raise ever insight and they do not double check managers often"
"I have been here for 4 years and never in my career experiences such inequality. In general the work atmosphere is unhealthy (continue to eliminate benefits, lay off - do more with less etc.) It does make a difference who your managers is, but in my experience here - good managers who let their employees manage work life balance do not last here."
"Salary ranges are invisible to most employees, only HR and management have access. Have learned that male counterparts in my same position are making at least 30K more than me, with less experience and fewer skills. New CEO within the past 10 years has stronger vision and direction, and he has started to change things for the better with his implementation of HOS and driving simplicity. But due to the size of the company and the "good ole boy" mentality within the manufacturing businesses, it's been very slow to change. Good news is that a good number of the employees are due to retire within the next 5-10 years (very aged population) and that will hopefully drive out a lot of the stubborness to change."