"Extremely interesting work and a great place to learn. Some corporate policies on efficiency and funding allocation end up involving too much red tape and get in the way of being able to perform real work. Very knowledgeable staff and good people at the company that is always willing to help."
"I'm working with Honeywell Aerospace and my experience with them is wonderful, great coworkers, benefits, great management, they help you grow as they grow."
"Honeywell has a hard time showing employees they are important. They demand a lot of work with little reward. With no recognition there is also little to non competitive benefits. Employees should be shown they matter and that they make a difference."
"I’ve only worked for Honeywell for a few months due to it being a contract position but it was the best job an engineer could ask for. They have only a few sites in the world and it was rare for someone to get replaced because everyone was so much like a family."
"An innovative aerospace company that wants to be a tech giant, but is slow to keep up with the workspace standards of today."
"Excellent aerospace company."
"Great people not so great top management."
"The Phoenix operation is more organized than the Greer SC operation. However, extensive NPI has been undertaken at Greer. Unfortunately, there have been several coat over runs, both in the New Product Introductions (Operation Greenhouse and in OEM manufacturing and process improvements."
"I have worked there for about a year, there is a high turnover rate and the hours can be long without overtime pay"
"Honeywell is a pretty solid company to work for."
"This company is oriented to the new era, the teams are very strategically arranged and they are prepared for changes that the future challenges."
"I've worked at Honeywell Aerospace since 2008. This is a very good company with lots of opportunities to move up or laterally. I was well-compensated."
"Honeywell is not an employee friendly company. HOS was created to help improve production but it is often not used correctly and becomes just another check box to complete."
"I worked at Honeywell Aerospace as a contractor, and was not impressed. This company appears to be dying. There are almost no younger employees at all, the technologies they work with are mostly obsolete, and the workplace environment is poor as they have adopted the "open plan" workplace design. I was seated on a very busy corridor and had a lot of trouble concentrating because of all the people walking by me constantly, as well as the loud conversations of some nearby employees who didn't even work in my department but for some reason were seated there. This company has done a lot of downsizing, and as it survives on government contracts for avionics, which now has more competition from the likes of Garmin, I don't see a good future for this division of Honeywell."
"It was interesting work, but on older languages and hardware so there were challenges to work around. My reason for leaving was they could only pay me based on my college degree and not based on performance. They said it was because they are a subcontractor to the government."
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