1. Order processing on supplier and acknowledgement with delivery status
2. Weekly reports from suppliers for open order delivery schedules and concern if any
3. Follow-up for consolidation of shipments
4. Ensuring of timely payments to supplier
5. Check up with BU/Customer/Commercial for shipment Go-ahead from -Factories for jabel Ali shipments
6. Responsible for purchasing from USA, Hong Kong, China, , Korea & New house with local suppliers
7. Coordination with Finance for Credit/Payment settlements of Factories.
8. Follow-up payment for Jabel Ali orders with Sales /BU/Customer
9. COC- Warranty Certificates Preparation of jabel Ali orders.
10. Sales orders status/ Tracking details/documents updates to customer as per mail request.
11. Sending PI request for jabel Ali orders .
12. RMA orders Creations.
13. Follow-up with supplier for T/P /lead time/Failure analysis report/RMA document.
14. On line RMA document creation. T& M
15. Coordinate with the C&F Agents, Customers and other external agencies and ensure timely clearances and cost effective transport solutions.
16. Consolidation of shipments from Factories.
17. Coordination with forwarder for goods readiness & instructions of picking the same.
18. SCM functionality support including logistics to External & USD order customers
19. Issues if any at Customs for Clearances.
20. Ensuring for proper custom duty charges and saving in custom duties
21. Inspecting documents and various pre/post shipping doc
HONEYWELL Feb 2008 to May 2010
Senior Marketing Communications Specialist- South Asia Operations
Responsible for handling the entire MarCom division for three SBUs of Honeywell International Corp.: System Sensor, Honeywell Analytics and BW Technologies.
• Developed and implemented marketing communications campaigns for assigned product lines and markets to meet revenue/sales goals via lead generation.
• Worked with Product Managers, Marketing Managers and other sales staff to develop effective marketing tactics for assigned product lines and markets, ensuring those tactics are integrated as appropriate into the MarCom budget and campaign plans.
• Written, edited and coordinated production of sales / marketing campaign materials, including brochures, press releases, advertising, website content, testimonials, white papers, technical data sheets, application guides, newsletters, online application demos, PowerPoint presentations for business meetings and town halls, training support, tweets, blogs and case studies.
• Led and managed the nationwide Honeywell CSR program on “Fire & Safety Awareness”
• Managed Trade shows & events from conception to execution that included pre-event organization, budget management, on-site execution and post-event evaluation.
• Collaborated with global team members and work with third parties as appropriate
transition with the below activities
Handle & manage large amount of confidential data
Maintenance of Time & Attendance data
Preparation of Payroll outputs inputs in the respective formats
Processing and reporting
Handling Tier-2 queries ( Email, telephonic & in persn)
Responsible for issue resolution involving vendors/upstream/downstream process
Responsible for Payroll Processing Accurate & Timely
To act upon adhoc payroll requests in a timely manner without impacting the business
Ensure adherence to polcies and legislations
Audits and reconciliation
Adherence to compliance/statutory recovery(Tax/Pension recovery etc)
Ensure accuracy of records on the payroll system through checks & control reports
To maintain detailed audit trails for all activites and maintain effective documentation with regard to each case
Applies experience and judgement to perform analysis to identify any inconsistencies and abnormality
Internal : Communicate internally within the department for day to day operations
External : Communicate with various functions, auditors, vendors
Interact with technical teams for changes to the system configurations as required
ProsCab facility free dinner work culture runners club
Productive and fun workplace, Good learning place, I was manageing there -
Managing and controlling Inventory at store level.
➢ Managing plant to plant Stock Transfer.
➢ Monitoring of operators presence and manpower development.
➢ Planning and organizing the daily work.
➢ Supply of Parts to Production Line as per system.
➢ Ensuring FIFO issuance of material.
➢ No Down time / Line stoppage due to material shortage on Line.
➢ Stream lining the process in stores picking.
➢ Supply of parts as per system request and trolley supply.
➢ Ensure timely supply of Bins parts.
➢ Ensure proper alignments system in the allotted stores area.
➢ Monitor and coordinate for maintenance of equipments under control.
➢ Ensure sequence supply of specified parts.
➢ Co-ordinations Daily Receipts and Issue activities Store.
➢ Keen control of inventory by Perpetual Inventory (P.I.)
➢ To be resolve the Damage & shortage material issue, i.e.
➢ Transport and express cargo management for Material Movement.
➢ Monitoring the total administration of Plant warehouse.
➢ Maintaining proper House keeping & discipline in stores
➢ Co-Ordinate with related sections and departments for resolving issues
➢ Any other responsibility as and when required.
➢ Letter drafting & receiving and sending emails.
➢ I am reporting to Sr. Manager.
> I get to work at 7:00am to 4:00pm. We have a morning meeting to put out any new information; check for new updates, check for failed devices. I always got a side projects and I spend hours each a day.
I Manage Mobility fleet for APAC - modifying webstore portal on daily basis (add/delete mobility products/plans/data bundles etc). Creating new SSP forms to automate mobility process to be more user friendly
> Completed various training courses ranging in subject area from ways to work with employees and coaching them on how to improve, to creating my own individual development plan fostering my current and future growth. I was also put in the role of Leader on Duty, where I was the acting manager, I have learnt to follow the passion of leadership skills, improve my knowledge of the industry, and challenge me such that I continue to grow and improve within the company.
> I have wonderful co-workers
1. Say a cheery “Hello!” in the morning
2. Learn the art of small talk
3. Ask what they think
4. Avoid gossip
5. Give credit where credit is due
6. Learn to up skill
> I enjoy the challenge; I enjoy the responsibility and I enjoy the precise approach which is necessary for me to deliver the information the management rely upon. I enjoy Kudos from my stake holders and clients
Better Workplace to work for, with a better work life balance.
Existing TAM Contracts Review
Update/ Creation of Contract Documentation, i.e. Contract Management Plan, Asset Management Plan & Deliverables Plan
Understanding of contract baseline i.e. Asset Register and Scope
Annual review of Contract Documentations
Support Site Teams with Contract Variations
Support in reduction/mitigation of risk with respect to contract compliance, potential abatment, audit exposure and KPI non-compliance.
Consistent TAM deliverable approach
Ensure site team is delivering as per the contracted deliverables
Reduce financial risk at contract hand back ensuring all deliverables are met and all contractual documents are in place and updated
Support in implementation of TAM/FM Best practices
Site Safety including site safety Manual, Reporting near misses, incidents and other opportunities for improvement, Carry out hazard and risk assessments for all tasks as per company policy and procedures
Additional revenue of $ 84000 identified through the first task assigned for development of the Management Plans for one of the account.
I work for a team called OpAware, Bangalore. Job description during joining and actual work will be different. JD will not include parameters like Logging Kaizens for company, logging WIDS and patents for company, but will reflect in your appraisals. Work environment is biased and if your luck doesn't favors, to make it worse, you may get a dumb manager. He may (as in my case) could be your colleague from same post at some other organization but because of his contact can become your boss. This will make life tough because your understanding level will be same and he can blame and undermine your potential if he doesn't understands things properly.
Overall joining this team at Honeywell may hamper your career growth. Mostly same with other departments with which I have worked. You should have clear understanding before joining in India and do not trust brand name (It is built on foreign reputation) and fall prey to career suicide. Usually everyone understands at a later stage after joining. If you have short term goal like for year or two, you may take that risk.
⇨ Develop custom displays (Process displays, Cause & Effect displays, F&G displays, Analyzer displays, Recipe displays, Sequence displays) for plant operation in EPKS R400/R310/R210
⇨ Graphics migration from GUS & LCN displays to EPKS R310/R400 displays
⇨ Identification of required typicals and creation of corresponding subpictures for displays
⇨ Develop logics & SCM using Control Builder in EPKS R310
⇨ Configuration of assets and alarm groups in EMDB server
⇨ Asset mapping to each operator/console configured
⇨ Configuration of DSA between servers and corresponding alarm flow control with assets assignment
⇨ Configuration of flex/console stations and consoles in EPKS stations
⇨ Configuration of operators and corresponding asset assignment in station
⇨ Domain Controller installation in Windows 2008 server and configuration of windows users with appropriate rights.
⇨ Eserver installation and configuration
⇨ Configuration of customized station toolbar containing displays as menu list in station
⇨ Development of safeview for dual/quad console configuration
⇨ Integrated keyboard (IKB) and touch screen configuration
Productive workplace that lets you learn and grow on the job
A day starts with reviewing emails, work updates and a Tier 2 meeting to review updates with the team. Management is co-operative, sets clear guidelines, goals and encourages leadership undertaking. Workplace is typical of a product oriented company with discussions and topics ranging around your domain of work and the fun aspect may be found lacking though this depends mostly on your team. I have found that most people coming from a service oriented company background find it a bit toned down when they first start here and later get accustomed. The hardest part would definitely be organizing large scale meetings since finding a suitable slot where all your stakeholders are available is difficult and challenging. But other than that as long as you are committed and dedicated to your work there is nothing menacing or to be worried about. The most enjoyable part of the work is definitely the partners and the recognition. Whether Europe or Americas, partners are cooperative and communicate well, they ensure you get to grow within the company and are supportive of the same.
NetApp Storage NetApp Consultant. Netapp Global advisor. Technical Solution Architect
Innovative professional with 7 plus years of progressive technical and management skills besides expertise in diverse technologies and support arenas, also became a multilingual Manager with experience in multicultural and global environment. Exposed to EMC and NetApp Storage technologies and delivered project of various sizes and worked with implementation and design teams Storage Area Networks always has been the key competency in addition to outstanding interpersonal, communications, negotiation skills. I have completed NetApp Certified Data Management Administrator & NetApp Certified SAN Implementation Engineer along with EMC Storage Technology Foundation.
My technological forte is:
• NetApp Storage NetApp Consultant. Netapp Global advisor. Technical Solution Architect
• IBM DS4000 Systems Administration
• EMC Clariion, Storage Administration.
• HP EVA Storage and Data Protector back up, Spectralogic T120, MSL Tape Library
• Symantec Netback up Implementation and Administration
Overall Honeywell is a good company to work for. Used to be MUCH better though. Can be very difficult to get career advancement, as they tend to have a very senior workforce. Leadership claims to be transparent but I don't believe that is the case.
The most difficult part of the job is manual data entry when it should somehow be automated. Too much is done on EXCEL spreadsheets with precise attention to detail and data entered. Also, some very unrealistic deadlines that you have to hit no matter what without even a "thank you."
The most enjoyable part of the job is the people, hands down. They make coming to work each day worthwhile. Honeywell hosts some pretty intelligent individuals- hands down.
Honeywell's benefits are horrible for the most part- especially the medical benefits. They also changed their 401K match to be annual rather than by pay period. This is a huge loss to the contributing employee. I see more and more getting taken away from employees, which affects morale. Yet upper management continues to gain heavily monetarily.
Honeywell supported working from home up until a few years ago. The CEO at that time took that flexibility away and I honestly couldn't even tell you why. It's nice to be able to work from home every now and again, and I actually get more work done from home than I do in the office each day. It's a perk most companies offer. Honeywell lost some talented employees due to this change.
The Honeywell facilities are embarrassing, q
ProsAmazing people, flexible vacation.
ConsData is input manually on EXCEL spreadsheets rather than be automated, health benefits are horrible, and the annual 401K match is the pits.
Honeywell International Inc. Culture and Working Environment
Administrative Responsibilities: I like the challenges and diversified day to day operations. Everyday is a different with learning experience.
Honeywell is Fortune 100 company. I learned a lot and throughout my employment. It has been a great learning experience and growth opportunity.
For the most part the co-workers at the company are great to work with. However, there are some that do not have enough responsibilities. As a result, some employees are inundated with work while some searched the internet or talk on the phone for majority of the day.
The company keeps hiring managers and executives. They reduced the census for lower level positions. The management team has figured out a way to hire more consultants for projects while paying excessive fees for their work. They were able to add headcount without going through the proper approval process. Since the economy downturn, the company knows they can keep the census low because employees are hesitant to look for a new job. The company watches their bottomline focusing more on their shareholders then their employees.
The management team and executives of the company expect too much from their employees. The management team is not held accountable for mistakes and/or poor management skills. There is not a good work/life balance. There are different rules for employees depending on the manager they support.
Additionally, based on an employee's level within the company the health benefits vary. Executive
ProsChallenging and diversified working environment.
ConsPoor management with no accountability, not replacing lower level employees while hiring more management and executives, horrible benefit plans, inconsistent policies and procedures throughout the company
N95 Assembly - So many rules that are either strictly or hardly enforced based on the weather
A typical day at work begins with you trying to find somewhere in the state of Rhode Island to park your car. Then you take a shuttle to the location with 10 other people and then walk into a cramped warehouse with around 450 people (210 per shift, shifts overlap by 30 mins) get your temperature taken before punching in. You only have a 10 minute break, which is entirely spent walking behind other people who won't get off their phones, even though it was grinded into early employees from day 1. They do not seem to enforce the phone rule so much anymore, unless they want you gone. There's maybe 3 microwaves in the whole building in which to heat your lunch. and good luck finding somewhere to eat if it's raining out. There's two smoking areas, but smokers don't respect the boundaries and the privilege is about to be taken away from us.
For the most part, I have learned nothing. I have learned that people get bitter when you repeat rules to them and they just break them behind your back. People have done drugs and had intercourse in the bathrooms. I've even witnessed some people vaping at their stations. PPE is only strictly enforced on days where there are higher ups walking around. Some older folks never use their hearing protection.
Management is abysmal. No one ever received their password to sign up for hrdirect so they could sign up for benefits. You have to call hrdirect directly to sign up for healthcare.
The culture is fine mostly. Those who are there to work will
ProsGood pay, full benefits package (health/dental/vision, fidelity 401k with 87.5%/8% match, life ins, ad&d ins, sick time, personal time, etc)
ConsShort breaks, very little parking for so many people, Chaotic, HR is unreachable on good days, management are retirees who hate their job.
Я проработал в Хоневелл 10 лет и моё мнение основано на множестве примеров, в том числе и тех сотрудников, кто работал там значительно дольше меня.
Хоневелл не та компания, которую можно уважать или воспринимать, как надежный фундамент своей жизни.
Это система, которая В ЛЮБОМ случае вас подведет. Даже если вы принесете Хоневелл успех и он будет вам стоить годы тяжелого труда, вас всё равно обманут) Потому, что это выгодно и профсоюзов в России нет. И они всё это знают и строят свой бизнес с таким расчетом.
Что бы у вас не было ощущения отсутствия аргументации, я вам приведу арифметику вашего увольнения. Вникайте...
В Хоневелл, как и много где ещё, есть процедура оценки результатов работы. Каждый год вам определяют цели и задачи, которые нужно выполнять. Если вы выполняете план, вам индексируют инфляцию (но не более) и могут выплатить премию, если вы продавец.
Так вот, у вас есть 2 варианта работы: 1. вы справляетесь с планом и 2. вы не справляетесь.
Если НЕ справляетесь, то вас уволят по результатам. Прозрачно.
Но, если вы годами справляетесь, то в результате ежегодной индексации инфляции проценты накладываются на проценты и вы начинаете получать чуть(!) выше рынка.
Успешные сотрудники чувствуют себя уверенно, т.к. принесли компании и деньги и новые горизонты и вам может показаться, что вы защищены своей успешной репутацией. Но, внимание, это только ваши розовые сопли.
Дальше всё делается так: на рынке труда находится голодный претендент, которому вы передадите
ConsКомпания не является вашим надежным партнером. Берегите карманы и жизнь.
Great Money, Absolutely Horrible Management
The work itself is easy. Management makes it unbearable. Let's start with HR. Lied right to my face several times in the interview process about amount of overtime, hours and benefits.
There is virtually NO training process in place. They will walk you through the plant and toot their own horn on orientation day and that's about it, don't expect any actual training to occur. Then you will spend a day or two with another employee who may or may not be all that knowledgeable or interested in teaching you anything.
Don't expect a constant work schedule.
As for hours, you will probably start out "training" on one shift then be moved to C shift. Which is normally 1-9pm wed-thu 5pm-5am fri-sat. However the company has the right to change this schedule when they want, they just announced we will now be working 12pm-12am wed-thu and 5pm-5am fri-sat. And Honeywell is notorious for announcing mandatory overtime then leaving it up forever, so you can bet if you apply in the next year you will be working 4 consecutive 12 hour days.
The workplace culture is reminiscent of high school. Management puts shifts in direct competition with each other and this is the result. Supervisors are told to "Push the workhorses and leave the lazy ones alone" The more experienced shifts will hide work when there isn't much to do, pick and choose the orders they would rather work on instead of going by the due dates (past dues are a big part of the mandatory over
Demanding and Stressful - Relentless Customer Makes It Difficult Even for the Best of Us
Even though my hours are 730a-4pm, I am usually in the office by 630-7am to be able to get through my emails before my techs come in for the day and before my manager shows up so that I am ready for whatever challenges he needs me for. My manager is great and my techs are also fabulous.
The problem with this site is our customer is a completely unreasonable person. Because this site is the first of it's kind in Ontario, Honeywell made some MAJOR mistakes with what they agreed and obligated us to within the Project Agreement with this customer. With the time limitations and staffing levels that we currently have, there is no way that we will be able to meet the obligations of our PA, even though it is still expected. I am usually running 15-20hrs (min) OT a week and find myself working before work, after work, and thinking about work while I sleep.
I truly believe that with a customer who was dedicated to making the site the best it could be for all staff, patients and visitors, this site would be an enjoyable place to work. Even though it would still be demanding and challenging, to be able to work side by side WITH our customer to make things better would be a great feeling. Instead, we run head to head against eachother as it seems to be his missing in life to try to have us removed from site, or penalized so much for ridiculous things that we can't properly focus on our jobs.
Because I am such a dedicated employee, and I very much care about my job and m
Honeywell Analytics is an interesting company. If you get in good with your manager, you'll have a great career there. Easy work, little responsibility, freedom to come and go as you please, great yearly reviews and tons of praise. If your manager dislikes you or doesn't feel they can use you to make themselves look good, you'll have low reviews, lots of work and responsibility dumped on you and little to no feedback unless it's negative. They'll take great delight in tripping you up whenever they can and bragging about it to their "favorites". And every manager will tell you it's the "other managers" that play favorites, they're impartial....yeah, right. And the best part is... the management on the production floor have no real training on being managers. Favoritism got them THEIR jobs!
The work isn't hard but it's your responsibility to make sure it's done correctly, Honeywell provides very little training and no patience for it, people will watch on the sidelines and wait for you to make mistakes so they can turn you in. It's a snitches paradise because managers and line leaders believe any bad thing said about you and take action. Focus is heavily on safety training, filling out safety observations and continuous improvement forms Those must be filled out weekly otherwise you'll be hounded until your dying days. And raises are tiny even if you are a favorite of your manager but they expect you to be thrilled with them. You get one 20 minute break and a 30 minute lun
ProsSome good people, lenient on needing time off
ConsRampant favoritism, keeping contract employees for years without hiring, low moral, poor benefits and pay
I started and ended as a contractor for Honeywell's downtown Phoenix mask factory. It was my first gig as an assembly operator (an unrelated job I was supposed to start last year was pulled because of COVID) and after what I saw/experienced, hopefully it will be my last. For that matter, I don't have any plans to ever work for anything affiliated with Honeywell. I think anyone - be it a prospective employee or business - would be appalled with what happened there.
Where to begin ...A typical day was arriving to the job site and trying to find a parking space, laborious unto itself due to the lack of available spots and wrongly-parked vehicles blocking your way. Heaps of garbage littered the lot, too - nothing was done about it. After passing the loutish door guards and entering the building, the next challenge was finding a space in the breakroom refrigerators to store your lunch (some packed with abandoned, rotten food) or using functional restrooms (which, throughout the day, were closed for repair, out of paper towels or wreaked of sewage).
The production floor was a dusty, fumy environment that was as unemotional as they come. Essentially, a sweatshop with mediocre pay. Everything was a rat race to meet a numbers quota ... against the machines breaking down and high employee turnover. Making matters worse, little vetting was done in who got recruited to begin with: if you want a great case in point, there were at least two colleagues I knew of that were reluctant to eve
Honeywell Shipboard is a subordinate of Honeywell HTSI. It has it's own manager and recruiter and they make their own rules and policies to meet the present situation although they're supposed to fall under Human Resources policies.
It is almost impossible to take a vacation; management comes up with all types of excuses when it is time for your vacation, to stop you from taking your earned time off. You get 6 weeks a year of vacation, which sounds good, but just submit your request for vacation and see how many times you are denied the dates that you want.
You also recieve 56 hours of what is called PAA, but trying to use any of this personal time is almost impossible.
Forget about Holidays, as a Shipboard Mechanic; part of the Union agreement is that you do not get any holidays off. If you are so unlucky as to be at Blount Island Jacksonville Florida during any holiday (especially Thanksgiving or Christmas), forget about taking time off; that will be automatically denied. While every one else on the island is off, you will be on the island regardless if there is any work or not; sitting around watching your co-workers with nothing for you to do.
Better hope you keep copies of all administrative transactions, you'll need proof later that you submitted the required paperwork, because the management is good at losing your paperwork so that you don't get any monetary compensation due to you.
If you want to apply for another job while hired as a shipboard mechanic, you have
Prostravel! three meals a day! sometimes tv!
Consno medical or dental insurance overseas, no holidays, no internet, no mail
Our Division at Honeywell recently went through a down-sizing and I was laid off on March 13, 2014. The down-sizing started here in the US and North America and about 150 workers were let go. This will happen in Europe, Asia-Pacific, India, and Middle East in the upcoming months, so a lot of people will be let go. This includes TSE's (Technical Support Engineers), FSE's (Field Service Engineers), and PSE's (Product Support Engineers). Honeywell is down-sizing and restructuring their Global Technical Operations (GTO) for customer technical support.
I worked the Graveyard shift mostly in the 6 1/2 years at Honeywell. Not many people like that shift, but I enjoyed it very much. I worked Aerospace Technical Support (ATS) for that whole time. I gave technical assistance and our group was the focal onto which all customers sent their inquiries (email and phone) to try and get assistance. We assisted them ourselves or new the right person, division, or office to get the assistance for the customers. My shift was broken into 3 phases. When I first arrived I was working with the Asia-Pacific and Middle East regions. Then after about 4 hours, European Customers started their workday and we assisted them. Then the last 2-3 hours were the North American customers. We had a variety of customers and it was challenging sometimes with the language barrier, but very fulfilling. I learned that Globally, that most customers have the same problems and I tried to put myself in their position
ProsVery Satisfying and fun job.
ConsThe way the down-sizing and restructuring was done and my eventual furlough
Questions And Answers about Honeywell
What would you suggest Honeywell management do to prevent others from leaving?
Asked 23 Mar 2017
There are more learning opportunities here than anywhere else
Answered 15 Jun 2020
They will always bargain with employees in salary packages
Answered 16 Sept 2019
Why did you leave your job at Honeywell?
Asked 23 Mar 2017
Manager is supreme. He/she can take you places if you are on good terms or ruin you if not. Although talk about no harassment policy but in reality not followed.
Answered 22 Oct 2018
To use technical knowledge with your products & to achieve the better opportunity.
Answered 20 Aug 2017
What are the perks offered by Honeywell?
Asked 16 Apr 2017
No Perk offered by Honeywell
Answered 4 Sept 2019
Strong Incentive structure
Team Building Activities
Team entertainment activities
Answered 9 Oct 2017
What questions did they ask during your interview at Honeywell?
Asked 11 Apr 2017
Related to Building Management.
Answered 3 Jul 2018
About Programming and some general knowledge questions
Answered 20 Jul 2017
If you were to leave Honeywell, what would be the reason?
Asked 24 Jan 2018
1. Nothing new to learn.
2. Very less growth.
Answered 26 Oct 2019
Better Career Prospect
New work opportunities