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Anonymous shared this review of Johnson Controls, United States on Oct 21st, 2019
"A lot of your experience depends upon your branch and local leadership. I have been fortunate to work in a great branch that values women and makes a concerted effort to hire and promote women. They do their best to accommodate parents but unfortunately the parental leave policy leaves a LOT of room for improvement."
Anonymous shared this review of Johnson Controls, United States on Jun 7th, 2019
"Depends on the area that you work in, but engineering is not very woman friendly. "
Anonymous shared this review of Johnson Controls on Feb 11th, 2019
"The benefits are poor. Some teams allow for flexible hours."
Anonymous shared this review of Johnson Controls on Oct 6th, 2018
"The Company is a workhorse. Expect to work hard in an environment that is not glamorous and cash constrained."
Anonymous shared this review of Johnson Controls on Jul 10th, 2018
"Be prepared to be discounted for original thought...Management wants employees who follow blindly."
Anonymous shared this review of Johnson Controls on Aug 17th, 2017
"You have to advocate for yourself. Policies are not outstanding, but in general I have found that they take care of good people. The company is evolving, but it's been slow."
Anonymous shared this review of Johnson Controls on Aug 1st, 2017
"They provide a lot of opportunity to learn, and have a great women's resource network, but they don't value the work/life balance part of the equation very well. Good at promoting women into leadership positions."
Anonymous shared this review of Johnson Controls on Jun 6th, 2016
"The policies are good, but unevenly applied. When your boss is effective and compassionate, everyything is great except the pay scale, which is average or below for the auto industry. "
"They're trying hard, but there are a fair number of 50-65-year-old bosses who consider face time and golf skills more important than job accomplishments. There are many more women in support roles than in P&L, engineering, or sales roles in the Automotive Division. Lots of tokenism, and most groups already have their "one"."
"I've worked here for 5 years and there are a lot of women working here, but predominantly in support roles. Management is male-dominated and not diverse. I believe is not a fair company for mothers, although I'm not a mother I've seen a lot of women been judged and lose good opportunities for not staying longer hours at work."