When I got the job here, I couldn't have imagined that it would turn out to be the most stressful workplace I've ever worked at. I have to leave here as soon as possible or my health will be ruined. Is there anyone here who is not under huge pressure and on the verge of burnout?
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I joined Honeywell quite recently and already feel depressed and empty on the inside. I barely want to get up from my bed to open my inbox full of other people’s problems. Idk how people survive this company for decades. I feel so hopeless and stuck.
Honeypit is for sure a stressful place. Nothing ever changed. Workers always get caught in stupidity cycle from so called management leadership teams
Since I started 6 months ago the team has gone through 3 Directors. None of them wanted to (or could) handle the amount of pressure and unrealistic expectations.
I moved on 3 years ago & have came back to this page a few times just so I can remember how incredibly grateful I am to not have spent a single day longer on that He-l Ho-e.
Honeywell is probably the saddest and most delusional place work. I’ve resigned and looking forward to my new role. Resigning from Honeywell has been an amazing feeling. I hope other out there in the same boat, who are burnt out, and who have to listen to ignorant and foolish VP’s make their exit soon.
Submitting my resignation next week. Will make a point to start putting good info in the right ears. Have a feeling HR doesn't appreciate that risk.
If we join the union, they will have to (at least) consider our concerns instead of just ramming changes down our throats. They had one with Boeing where I interned. The engineers were a lot more happy. The raises were in the 5-8% range the 2 years I was there. I would have stayed there but my Honeywell recruiter lied to me and really sold me a bag of goods about career progression. Probably because I was a LGBQT+ who probably helped their DIU metrics.
Honeywell is the worst and most toxic company I’ve worked for.
It’s a cesspool of cruelty.
I left and can’t believe how bad it actually made me feel. Don’t ever feel good about honeywells benefits package either - truly horrible.
I know people who (like me) when they left were floored at the improved benefits and improved salary and improved culture at other companies.
Anyone defending Honeywell is most likely either delusional or a troll of some sort.
It really is that bad.
When I leave Honeywell the last thing I’m going to be doing is browsing here. Move on with your life.
Does the idea of free speech make you feel uncomfortable or are you under the impression that only certain people qualify to use this site? Because that would be very ... authoritarian.
@fno+1kCKVSPM If you left 3 years ago, why are you still on this page? Lol
Ignore the HR trolls who are trying to discourage you from speaking your mind. Be as loud as you want ... it's the least we can do to warn others from making the same mistake of signing on with this B1ood $ucking company.
There is a reason why the company tends to prey on fresh college graduates, relocation traps, and H1B visa slaves. Hindsight is 20/20 but not everyone has the luxury of just picking up and leaving like the trolls suggest.
I have already hit burnout and intend on leaving this summer. Between the abundance of pressure and overwhelming lack of managment doing actual help, this place has become a nightmare for an engineer.