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Work-life balanceWork-life balance at Johnson Controls it was very good to work therePay & benefitsMy pay and benefits at Johnson Controls are 12 an hourJob security and advancementIn terms of job security at Johnson Controls, I think it was good security thereManagementIn general, managers at Johnson Controls good managementCultureCollaboration with my colleagues at Johnson Controls is was greatOverallMy experience working at Johnson Controls was great
easy jobs, management is poor, good benefits, Union UAW is horrible hours are long and rough. they do not care about employees there are some good people that make the job alright for the most part this is just a job and a pay check.
bad management no communication
a day at johnson controls was pretty simple could be fast paced some days but overall pretty simple .i learned how to be a great inspector and keep my eyes for all things if small.hardest part of the job was just long hours. the most enjoyable was the people.
fun productive place of work just got to be careful because they mess with a lot of raw led which is not healthy for the human body that's why you have to wear a respirator mask for months and get your blood drawn every week to check the led levels in your blood just not the job for me all money isn't always good money no money is worth your health..
hot meals everyday
getting poked by a needle every week to check blood levels and wearing a respirator mask for 3months
My point came from the plant I worked. I have to say there is nothing you can get but the salary. Although it looks pretty high, you gave much more and lost much more than it. if you don't care your health and family, you can try.
Operate powered industrial trucks to load and unload materials and deliveries and move them to and from storage areas, machines and loading docks, into railroad cars or trucks or storage facilities. Unloading materials and merchandise from incoming vehicles and stacking them to assigned places. Locating and moving stock of products to pallets or crates for storage or shipment.
I would manage 30 plus union employees to ensure that we were taking the right material to the production line
Great experience, prior to Johnson I have never worked in a union environment. Great experience!! also had the opportunity to travel with this Company. I would help out other plants that were down in supervision.
It was a wonderful experience but i needed more than a temporary job. I'm looking for a permanent position full time.
Everyday I did the same thing I help run the line at a fast pace doing quality inspection at the same time. I got faster each day and I loved what I was doing as far as being part of a team that helped build trucks and jeeps. I worked with wonderful people that became family. The hardest part of my job was not having a set time to get off because I was unable to plan any appointments. The most enjoyable part of the day was clock out time.
buildseats for chrysler by putting headrest on seat handle and other parts at a timely fasion i train other co-workers to do the same thang ive learned other positions at the job line it was a great exprience for me because i no what to expect in the car company business
While working at Johnson Controls there were six managers in seven years covering the group with which I was employed. When they talk about embracing change, Johnson Controls is the place to be. A very diverse company that is not afraid to tackle any size project that has the potential for profit.
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