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Honeywell

4.2
  • > 100,000 employees

Culture at Honeywell

7.2
7.2 rating for Culture, based on 18 reviews
Please describe your company's culture both in the office and after hours. Let us know about the structure and hierarchy, cooperation and teamwork, and socialising amongst colleagues.
The office culture is very team orientated. Everyone works together to keep the project on track. The team structure is such that you can talk to the leaders as required in a friendly environment. Out of the office most are friends and interact. Various engagement events are used to help socialise the teams.
The structure is a matrix style structure where there is a single manager who evaluates your performance across your goals but multiple project managers you receive tasks from. The team is very friendly and push you to work hard. They also host regular branch breakfasts followed by some team building as well.
Teamwork is a bit lacking, everyone for themselves.
There are a number of small events every now and then at both a team level and a company level
Limited effort/forward thinking put in to making the physical space people friendly. Culture driven by individuals organising social events outside of work hours. Graduate program offers excellent culture for new recruits by bringing all together in both social and office contexts
Most of us have a really good work life balance. It is an accepting culture and instead of just managing conflicts the company is active in training its employees in better peer to peer relations and cooperation.
The office culture is very team orientated. Everyone works together to keep the project on track. The team structure is such that you can talk to the leaders as required in a friendly environment. Out of the office most are friends and interact. Various engagement events are used to help socialise the teams.
The structure is a matrix style structure where there is a single manager who evaluates your performance across your goals but multiple project managers you receive tasks from. The team is very friendly and push you to work hard. They also host regular branch breakfasts followed by some team building as well.
Teamwork is a bit lacking, everyone for themselves.
There are a number of small events every now and then at both a team level and a company level
Limited effort/forward thinking put in to making the physical space people friendly. Culture driven by individuals organising social events outside of work hours. Graduate program offers excellent culture for new recruits by bringing all together in both social and office contexts
Most of us have a really good work life balance. It is an accepting culture and instead of just managing conflicts the company is active in training its employees in better peer to peer relations and cooperation.