Things look so up with the company then why are we the workers not getting a piece of it? I 'm not talking stock prices /dividends.
Topics regarding layoffs at Honeywell International Inc.
Rumors reveal up to 50% layoffs in Aero Engineering at all sites. Timing is post mid-year reviews Aug 9th. Thoughts?
This will be interesting if it really happens. Chinese state media raised the specter of backlash against U.S. companies including General Dynamics Corp. and Honeywell International Inc, as the foreign ministry warned firms would be sanctioned if... — read more
Or are they deciding in the process? If this was a normal company I think the answer to this question would be obvious, but we’re not a normal company, are we? Is there any method in which we can determine what locations have the greatest potential... — read more
These are all thing you want in a CEO. https://moneyinc.com/honeywell-ceo-darius-adamczyk/ — read more
i cant stand that darius post being on top. time for a new topic. Toronto team is convinced that the site is done. no work in site. Morale is beyond low. New designs being done in asia. We are just waiting for a severance package. — read more
Bloomberg reporting 'Increasingly, the iconic American planemaker and its subcontractors have relied on temporary workers making as little as $9 an hour to develop and test software, often from countries lacking a deep background in aerospace --... — read more
Just saw it on NBCSP, "We make a-lot of great things but we're making the future" what a joke, a future for whom?
The "minus 46" is the score for Aero DV survey results on a possible range of -100 to +100. Plus 100 means you would highly recommend working here to a friend. Someone already posted the e-mail that came with the result as a comment. I think this... — read more
Over the last 5 years there there have been 7 AME leaders that are no longer with honeywell (quitting or terminated).. the common denominator is their misguided markromanaging boss, MB. Shame to see one of the better ones go this week.
Honeywell median pay —- 50K Raytheon median pay —-144K Thank you Dodd Frank. — read more
We've had a lot of recent visitors lately. Some inventorying equipment, some taking measurements, even another R&O Site Leader has just visited. Our management team isn't giving us any information at all. The moral at the Site is at an all time low... — read more
It'll probably take under a minute but it may be very helpful... Would someone spend a few minutes and document HON levels - thanks - we can use this for wage comparison with other companies they are tracking: https://www.levels.fyi/create.html — read more
What is the real story on unlimited Vacation now? Are we still held, in an unwritten way, to the old policy (2 weeks, 3 weeks @ 5 years and/or B4, etc.)? If so, what are the consequences of going beyond that a couple days?
Across HBS globally I heard 300 by end of Q2 (June 28) - so they may be almost done for this go-round. I am sure there will be some before 401k match day December 15th
Work more hours (eei) is code for “we aren’t able to hire to fill our demand. The “do more with less” mantra echoed in honeywell for years. By which was meant do more hours work with less actual pay. Sound familiar principals who’s work isn’t worth a... — read more
HBS layoffs are happening. How many in your US district getting cut?
Can we discuss this?
Once IT Business Decision day and end of quarter is done the RIF targets will be set. Then the RIFs should start. The IT volunteer RIFs at least for Applications IT area were from end of June to July 21 or 22 if I recall. Shortly after that the... — read more
As ever the tide turns against those people in western europe who once gain see their jobs going to hubs in Poland and Romania where employment is cheaper but not actually better. Around 380 roles to go and 114 new roles to be created in the search... — read more
Darius if you want bold change you need to be bold like Verizon, Ford, GM, GE, UA, UTX, IBM and other real companies Offer an incentive to leave. How about 2 weeks of severance per year of service up to 2 years of pay Offer to add 8 weeks to your... — read more
Watch out! For layoffs, pay cuts, hiring freeze etc and shutdowns. There is a big bear market and this will cause a severe economic recession this year. Baby boomers out and millennial come into the force (trickle trickle). This one will be very bad... — read more
Was supposed to be a re-org being discussed. Anyone hear anything?
The LinkedIn posts of everyone smiling with thumbs up are getting old. Great companies value their employees and actually offer benefits! Visionary companies don't have this: No vision, dental or pr-scrip-ion d--g plan and significant payment for a... — read more
Please respond here on layoffs.com - they should be able to compare it w/Pulse —— From JE : Dear ES Engineering team, In the coming weeks, you’ll be receiving an email embedded with one question: “How likely are you to recommend Honeywell as an... — read more
From JE : Dear ES Engineering team, In the coming weeks, you’ll be receiving an email embedded with one question: “How likely are you to recommend Honeywell as an employer to a friend or colleague?” This “People Pulse” is designed to help me better... — read more
Time to move out of honnn-eeeey-well quickly. managers getting scared and wimpy and sentimental with crocodile tears. jump ship and protect your family and kids. its that time. don't wait or hesitate. — read more
With UOP. Anyone know what that is?
I wanted to check something on the Honeywell Retiree webpage but it is no longer available. Used search capability and it directed me to the same dead link. Any ideas?
Obin suggests one possibility: A combination of General Electric and Honeywell International . “We have argued in the past (particularly after UTX/Rockwell deal) that the combination of GE/HON would improve the standing of both companies vis-à-vis... — read more
Did you notice that most of the new employees see Honeywell just as a temporary option before they can move on to better things? When did that happen? People used to see this as a great place to stay long-term and build a career. I'm sad to see... — read more