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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…
Working in electronic security system user interfaces and design schedules
There are a number of small events every now and then at both a team level and a company level
There were a lot of steps to go through but it wasn't too bad
My background and experience as well as examples of challenges I've faced and how I overcame them
Think of examples from you past experiences that would be relevant to the job you are applying for
The company is quite flexible as long the work is getting done and you do not slack off. They are flexible in the terms that you can take care of your personal needs as much as your work needs. They encourage you to strike a balance between your personal and professional life.
Pay is good but offset slightly by work hours
They are really good with respect to their communication. I guess it also helps with the type of office we are. The leaders across the Pacific are also amazing in the fact that they are approachable i.e. just an email away from helping us graduates.
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
There are definite avenues to move up the company
They hire the right people for the jobs. Everyone though who is employed is treated equally.
Part of a Peer Focus Group which aims to improve working conditions and social constructs of the working culture
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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