Honeywell boasts to their employees that their number one asset is their employees. Hmmm. Then they furlough them for two weeks taking away 3.8% of their paychecks. Add that to inflation of about 8%. Its no wonder they don't see a mass exodus. Probably coming in 2023. It's sad to think that Honeywell raised their product prices in 2022 over 20%, to combat inflation. Then refuse to increase their most valuable asset's paychecks at revue time. Another case of the rich getting richer. Honeywell clearly could give two cents about employee satisfaction, but instead only think about EPS, which of course, only the people at the top stand to gain from. Let's not forget about their CEO. "Adamczyk's total package is 346 times the median employee's compensation." (>$21M)
@Mqrt+1jVzCh6h makes an excellent point.