The key word here is "might." Wouldn't hold my breath. Maybe they'll do it after they lay off the 1000 employees in Arizona.
One has to wonder if all those charts and graphs really do anything for the quality of the product. Charts and graphs can be manipulated by the manager to make him/her look in the eyes of upper management. The proof of good quality is found by the number of rejects in house and by the number of customer returned products due to quality issues. Paper work can't fix quality issues.
Sentiment: Strong Sell
Honeywell just opened their new headquarters in New Jersey. Is the reason for the unpaid time at Christmas?
Sentiment: Strong Sell
At the rate Honeywell is going in treating their employees and their decreasing revenue, it might be time for GE to explore buying Honeywell again. Honeywell would be a good fit for GE's new business model after having shed its noncore businesses. The EU might look kindly on this merger now better then it did in 2001
Now is the time for all Honeywell employees who were hired before 1998 to hi the road or retire if they can afford to The way it's going now, those folks should retire now, hey won't be able to afford to with the new way of figuring pensions. The screwdriver of the corporation turns on the workers again.
Too bad the shareholders don't look past their dividends to see that this company is going down the tubes with the potential loss of many talented people. The shareholders forget that it's PEOP:E not the so called "leaders" that make a company healthy and profitable.
GE is increasing pension payments to 100,999 of its retirees. Is Honeywell doing the same for its retirees? Don't bet on it.
Time for Cote and company to move Honeywell to China. Then he get all the organic growth he wants by paying low wages and no benefits. And then the Chinese can steal all the Honeywell technology they want, if they haven't already.
I totally agree. There are too many arrogant managers making life miserable for the ones that do the actual work. If the workers don't play ball with the managers, they find themselves on the outside looking in. Better performance metrics are needed for all managers including training in employee relations.
If you know, then let US know. Just another junk post like mine was supposed to be. You sound like a true company man.