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Reviews by Honeywell graduate employees
- starstarstarstarstar4.2GradAustralia surveyed 9 graduates working at Honeywell. Read on to get an insider’s view on life as a graduate. 9 responses.
- The emphasis on Graduate development through both soft skills and technical on the job training whilst working on large projects.
- The variety of the work and the challenging nature of the work
- Pay, Flexible hours.
- Opportunity to travel for work and training and having offices all over the world give you a chance to work anywhere
- Working with cutting edge technology
- Not enough graduates and the work is a bit single tracked
- Lack of jobs, uninteresting work
- Being a large corporate there are a number of policies and procedures that can get frustrating
- Limited creativity/stimulation in the office environment
- A lot of work delegated to graduates can be a bit daunting at times.
What insiders say about…
I have many responsibilities and they change every day.
Teamwork is a bit lacking, everyone for themselves.
The interview process was very good and the HR team was always willing to help.
Questions regarding my education, what I was expecting out of the job and how my skills would be useful to this specific role and the future of the company.
Research about the company. Look up the definition of your role and see what the company expects people in this role to do. Also be prepared to answer a lot of general questions about your university experience and try to link how you can use what you learnt at uni to be good at the job.
As long as I get the job done, everyone is happy
Offering pay above the average for graduates
Most managers are easy to get hold of but some can be quite busy and don't have much time
Informal training is very good. Formal training is good, but dependent on constraints regarding availability. Have gained very valuable management skills from informal training as well as technical knowledge
I am not so sure. I have focused on my graduate development which leads into the full role after completion. From there my understanding is limited. There is a senior engineering role and management roles.
Company ensures a fair hiring process - background is not taken into consideration. Apprentice program provides young people with good opportunities to start work early
Internships for local universities.
Current situation is a bit cramped due to need for certain facilities for a large project. Dress code is business dress but without full suit jackets and smart casual Fridays
There are policies in place yet more emphasis is on safetyJoin us to bookmark!
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