Its mentioned as a requirement in job postings, almost none of the other companies including big ones like Amazon, GE, Boeing etc. need it. Re--rded HON will be last company on earth to remove it
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It's no mandatory if you know your constitution and have a back bone... They sent me home for a week when I didn't sign, but knew they had no legal grounds to terminate me; I played the mask game as long as I could until that draconian sh-t died off. Never let anyone put you in a corner.
If you do decide to work for Honeywell, make sure to get at least 10% pay than you think the job is worth. The company is known for periodic unpaid furloughs that can reduce your annual pay.
Don’t do it. Don’t work there. I didn’t even last a year. Benefits are horrible, culture is toxic, and layoffs feel like they’re done for sport. HR won’t protect you. Just don’t do it.
Make sure you include absolutely any medical or disability or religous objection along with your proof of vacination.. in writing. Make sure you snapshot the job posting.. does it state the requirement and rationale? Honeywell does NOT want to know zbout your disability or other issues.. written documentation opens the company up for potential legal action if the relationship or hiring process goes off the rails. Comply but .. you may find documentation more rewarding than a job offer. Hint hint.
Yes, it is mandatory.
Between when I got hired and my first day I had to send my vaccination proof no fewer than 4 times, lol
The courts overturned the executive order mandating defense contractors to vaccinate all employees. If Honeywell is not requiring current but only new employees to be vaccinated, they are boldly going into new territory. Perhaps at the behest of the WEF, of which Honeywell is a member
The jab and tolerance for all the nonsense are the requirements, good luck and prepare to be grossly disappointed with this armpit of a company 🤣
Yes, it is mandatory.
New hires either have to have the vaccine or be granted a medical or religious exemption.
Existing employees either volunteered, were coerced with the threat of loss of employment into taking the vaccine, or had to apply for/be granted a medical or religious exemption.
I my view, the policy no longer makes sense, given the evidence related to the ineffectiveness of the vaccine and the growing list of known dangers associated with taking the vaccines.
As far as I am aware within PMT. Employees must have a vaccine on record to be hired for employment. The media and religious exempt I think is for current employees. I'm not aware of anyone submitting an exemption as a new hire. I think our job postings mention that you must be vaccinated. I myself disagree with this, knowing how many talented people we lost and was turned away. Time will tell if corporations made a poor decision or not.