Controls Engineers at Johnson Controls give their company a 3.8 out of 5.0, while the average rating for Johnson Controls is 3.8, making them just as happy as every other employee at Johnson Controls and 3% less happy than every other Controls Engineer on CareerBliss - the happiest Controls Engineers work for Walt Disney Company.
What do you like about working at Johnson Controls?
"On (rare) occasions the work can be enjoyable and fulfilling. I would like to become more involved with some of the decision making. (I currently am not - which is one of the many reasons that I am seeking a change.)"
What don't you like about working at Johnson Controls?
"The type of work is becoming monotonous. We could use some more help. The light amount of staffing has resulted in the highest amount of stress that I have experienced in the eighteen years that I have been here."
What suggestions do you have for management?
"The new management team needs to listen to us more. We are the employees who have been working here the longest - some for 15 to 20 years, and we know what the customer's wants and needs are. They ask us to answer surveys assuring that they are anonymous and confidential but then advise us not to forward the memo with the link to the survey to our co-workers because the email memo with this link is unique to each of our email accounts. So much for the survey being anonymous, candid and confidential! This has resulted in an air of apprehension and mistrust of our management. So, many of the workers are playing it safe by either not completing the survey or not being truthful, for fear - real or imagined, of reprisals against them, should management identify them and not like their complaints or criticisms. I like to think that our management is sincere in their attempt to improve, but terminations do appear to be on the rise lately. (One can do the math, as they say.)"
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