United Technologies Sucks Customer Reviews and Feedback
United Technologies Corporation (UTC) was an American multinational conglomerate headquartered in Farmington, Connecticut. It merged with the Raytheon Company in April 2020 to form Raytheon Technologies. It researched, developed, and manufactured products in numerous areas, including aircraft engines, aerospace systems, HVAC, elevators and escalators, fire and security, building automation, and industrial products, among others. UTC was also a large military contractor, getting about 10% of its revenue from the U.S. government. Gregory J. Hayes was the CEO and chairman.
A former employee said in a forum, "I entered this place with a great attitude and was disappointed to go into an environment where verbal abuse was acceptable. Profits over public safety. Glad I left. Will never look back."
says"Manufacturing is leaving Low moral Favoritism"
Current Employee - Executive Assistant says"Company has too many org changes which cause the environment to be unstable. Awful health insurance and benefits. Low Salary range. Unrealistic expectations. Bureaucratic. Favoritism. Run by old white men who are stuck in their old ways and type with one finger. Horrible HR department who only look out for the company, not the employees. Horrible IT support. Takes days to get help if you have an issue with PC."
Former Employee - Mfg Operator says"Horrible management, illegal and unethical business practices. Just to name a few.....!"
Current Employee - Anonymous Employee says"There is no chance for veterans with leadership experiences and qualities to even get an interview for any leadership or management positions within the company."
says"Leadership in the cloud security department is completely unqualified to develop and maintain a clear strategy with objectives and goals; no stability, after I was hired 2 of the 4 departments were sold (recently to a weapons manufacturer); Project Managers outnumber engineers and architects; contractors are never “part of the team” and are made to feel unwelcome."
Former Employee - Job says"Very poor management. Managers want their employees to train them??? Really? Should not it be opposite??"
Former Employee - Anonymous Employee says"Middle level management is bad"
Current Employee - Associate Director says"Bureaucracy at it's finest. It takes forever to get a decision made and it feels like the leadership strings you along just to see how far they can stretch you before you give up. The leadership is old school white male who say they want to change things, but realistically have no respect for new ideas, or promoting from within."
Current Employee - Director says"A very toxic culture. They bait and switch when they hire you. There is no respect for work experience and little tolerance for diversity of any kind. They pretend to embrace forward thinking processes but because most individuals have been there so long, the new processes and behaviors are not adopted. There is no tolerance for criticism so you dare not speak up or there will be retaliation either overt or passive aggressive. Bullying is fully tolerated, in fact it may be a requirement for success and bad behaviors of the worst kind are totally overlooked as long as you are good data technician and work for the right person."
Former Employee - Senior Optical Engineer says"No real opportunities for growth, low pay. I do not recommend working here if you are still early in your career."
Maintenance Supervisor (Former Employee) says"This company was without a doubt the worst ever. Plant Manager was a nut case. This Plant Lost a lot of money everyday. Very unsafe work environment. Only thing was to close the plant which happened shortly after I departed."
Milivonnilli (Former Employee) says"Management was threatening and HR did nothing about it. Pay increases were dumped. The company bullied people out of their severance packages and then ran for the border. I would not recommend working for this company is an understatement. Corruption was gratuitous, with many fictious underlying appreciative undertones. Intimidation was a mandatory survival tactic said management never. I thought the job felt like it was at the threshold of hel from day no 1. Don't let the doorknob hit you where the good lord split you."
Master Technician, Engineering Service -Engineering & Science (Former Employee) says"If you like working with idiots,hazardous materials and watching the executives get all the rewards then this is the place for you. Good Luck You’re going to need it"
Technician (Former Employee) says"bad place to work no help no anything just threats if you don't obey their orders to get work done faster you won't learn anything if you can't do the job your just fired"
Assembly Operator (Former Employee) says"Horrible, horrible supervisors, hr and all management! Beware of the gaslighting!!!! They ruined my life!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!"
Contract came to an end (Former Employee) says"I feel this is not the company for me. Although, it helped me see how others work ethics and values are different than my own. I believe in showing respect to all even if I agree to disagree. I can't say the same for this company."
Designer/Drafter/Contractor (Former Employee) says"If you admire a Design Drafting Manager with self esteem issues and who micro-manages, then this job is for you! The Design Drafting Department is going through PLM challenges with poor managerial decisions."
Team Leader (Former Employee) says"The company packed up and moved to Mexico but when they knew they were doing that they fired a lot of people so they wouldn't have to pay severance packages.NoneAll of them"
Electronic Assembler (Former Employee) says"Some people that has been there for 30 years are only making $16.00 an hr. They offer pto time instead. The place is very stressful. Always having to look over your shoulder. HR is out for management. I was there for 3 years to many. Quit found a better paying job, closer to home. More relaxed atmosphere. Would not recommend UTC to anyone.PtoYou have no payed lunches"
Assembler, brazer, press operator (Former Employee) says"Daily job duties included reading blue prints, setting schedules, ordering parts, invoicing parts and assembling products as client demand dictates. self management."
Solder-wave operator (Former Employee) says"it was good while it lasted was hoping i could have stayed there until i retired but they had other plans i was good at what id did taking care of wave and fixing what wave missedclean place to mworkshort breaks"
Material Specialist (Former Employee) says"Starting there it was an awesome job, they started to slowly take benefits from us and exchange them for extremely cheap ideas. Then the announcement of the move to Mexico and it steadily went down hill from there!"
Insertion Technician (Former Employee) says"I would stay if they didnt move to Mexico. I liked the people I worked with for the short amount of time I was there. It was sad to go. I was crossed trained in all different departments before I left"
Machine Operator (Former Employee) says"I did manufacturing association /quality/ machine operator/ team leader . It was a great place to work with great pay and benefits . We also did a lot for the cummunity and for our co-workwr . We were a family as well as a team until cooperate greed took over and they moved to Mexico taking 3000 American jobs with themHood job great payThey moved"
Assembler (Current Employee) says"very unstable management could be a lot better too. •Your Review doesn't quite meet our quality guidelines. Please adjust and resubmit it could be better I don't like it"
Other (Former Employee) says"Work / life balance is horrible. New bosses every 6 months and management knows nothing about how to do your job. They sure know how to tell you to do it though. Other co-workers are lazy and are rewarded for that behavior."
Senior Consultant (Former Employee) says"I got a project after many struggle. It was through my linked profile. Company work culture is not good. I was always getting the salary late. It was after multiple follow up."
Manufacturing Associate (Former Employee) says"They are moving the plant to Mexico. They do not care about United States jobs only the bottom line. They are moving it while having record profits producing in the United States.CoworkersPay, Healthcare, lots of mandated overtime weekends, and moving to Mexico"
MACHINE OPERATOR (Former Employee) says"This company has decided to move its operations to Mexico taking 1100 jobs out of Indiana. They lack in ethics in the treatment of their employees."
Engineer (Former Employee) says"Be careful about United Technologies. There is no work life balance. There is no comp time even if you work 90 hours in a week Lying by management is the accepted norm I heard they just down graded the medical planNoneToo many to name"
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