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Johnson Controls Employee Reviews in Aurora, CO
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I’m thankful Johnson Controls gave me an opportunity. I didn’t make it through training because I called in sick. I don’t think I would’ve succeeded with the shift I was assigned.
Broken microwaves in the break room. Strange work hours.
The pay was decent, but management was horrible. Was lied to about shift options. Unauthorized money was taken from paycheck for benefits that weren't requested and they wouldn't return it.
Tied to a phone cord and they monitor your every movement
The work environment is TERRIBLE & all that matters is numbers numbers numbers. The office furniture is terrible. The computer system is a joke and SUPPORT is non existent.
I found that if I came to work on time and did my job to the best of my ability, I had total support. There are plenty of opportunities for advancement.
the management does not support its employees and views them just as numbers. Employee morale is not viewed as a priority. Existing employees are not paid what outside hires are paid.
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The Aurora/Denver office is completely overrun by nepotism and favoritism across the board. Truly try to avoid these people. If you dont go to church with the right people you will be thrown to the wolves time and time again. Your boss will smile to your face then talk smack about you in front of a Apprentice, or tell which Apprentices are their favorites. The organization of this shop is utter garbage. I love this company and worked for them for a long time just to get screwed. Do all you can to find just about any other sprinkler company around town to work for but these guys. Do yourself a favor. Avoid at all costs. These guys are a sinking ship.
There is opportunity to advance and pay is decent however newer employees make more money then tenured employees and there is no value placed on retention or loyalty of current employees. Middle management is stagnant and does not present as leaders instead of bosses. Workplace culture generally reflects the lack of leadership and desire to effect actual change. There is also a value set that the company purports to follow, however there is no actual emphasis or enforcement of the values.
Trainers were unprofessional , not worth the stress they put on you. Definitely would not recommend anyone to work there, they expect so much from you and one small thing you don't get right they get upset and start having attitudes with you and don't want to help with any questions you have. Bad experience
Bad training, and poor leadership at the ISSM level for the West. More concerned about the bottom line than employees. I had 2 hours of training and was left to my own devices and outdated job aids to learn my job. I had no computer or two months and had to get it running on my own.
There are some really great people that work there
I had poor training and a manager that couldn't be pleased.
It’s not bad can be stressful at times but what job isn’t, they are very lenient and generous with PTO and it’s pretty simple to work must have the right attitude to make it through the day. Overall it’s a good place for work, just not a career choice for me.
once an alarm comes in trouble shoot what it is and your next steps to take. Johnson Controls gave me the training and insight on dispatching. The management there really helps you out if you need help and trying to help you move forward to the next step in your career.
In my career I have NEVER found a more disgusting place to work. I cannot speak for every call center facility Regarding the company, but the one I was employed at was Absolutely disgusting. There were constant complaints of bug infestation, more commonly Cockroach and lice. All of which were ignored until a call was made to the Health Department. At which point the company was forced to hire a cleaning crew, the extend of which was a steam clean. There is no assigned desk, so it is first come first serve. This would not be an issue save for the fact that MANY other employees were incontinent, meaning MANY of the chairs were stained. See above compliant for why that was an issue.
Poor management, poor facility.
This place is filled with unhappy people,lots of grown up people that gossip like they were in high school.Lots of kissing up to mangement required ito keep your job.They give you alot of rules but they don't make people follow them.They hire anybody that walks in because there is such a high turn over.
not a happy place to be