Never faced any discrimination as such. My job requires me to go to plants in field, women are never sent to places where their security or rights will be compromised, example some regions of middle East']
Never faced any discrimination as such. My job requires me to go to plants in field, women are never sent to places where their security or rights will be compromised, example some regions of middle East
I'm not working with HTS anymore but with my experience at HTS .
I did not find any cons with the company but there are pros like married women and new mothers are provided with flexibility in work hours, safety of employees is of prime concern etc. In in all a good place to work.
Honeywell is a great place to work for anyone and especially women.
1. Tie up with near by creche for kids upto 6years of age
2. Nursing room for new mothers
3. Flexible timings (Most teams follow 10-3pm core hours, rest of the work can be done from home)
4. Work from home option is limited though, and provided only if reasons are valid (6-10 days in an year)
5. HR policies are great and management very supportive
6. AC cabs are provided at two different time slots
7. Company does not encourage women to stay beyond 6:30 pm
Only con currently is that traffic surrounding the campus is becoming worse day by day and is a problem unless staying nearby.
Long hours not generally the norm
Strong diversity talent base - has a lot of women employees across functions
Professional growth opportunities inter-function as well as inter-business/ SBU
Senior leaders give ownership and expects accountability from team members
Work from home not a policy
Aggressive work environment - high pressure and accountability
Lack of formal networking/ mentorship/ coaching for women employees ( as compared to other MNCs)
Eveyone consider us there.Good pay, allowances etc.. Personal development schemes,skill development, good challenges, trainings etc.
But for me, work pressure was large.I also,i needed to work on remote site locations for projects...