Johnson Controls
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About the company

  • CEO
    George Oliver
  • Founded
    1885
  • Company size
    more than 10,000
  • Revenue
    more than £10B (GBP)
  • Industry
    Manufacturing
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Jobs

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Remote Services Technician

Manchester

15 hours ago

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Delivery Lead - End User Devices

Waterlooville

15 hours ago

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Internship
Marketing Support Intern

Belfast

1 day ago

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Associate Retail Analyst

Solihull

2 days ago

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Performance Analyst

Sunbury

5 days ago

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Buyer – HVAC Specialist

Manchester

5 days ago

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Buyer - Fire Suppression

Manchester

5 days ago

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Buyer

Manchester

5 days ago

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Full-time
Apprentice Industrial Refrigeration Engineer

Birmingham

6 days ago

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Full-time
Apprentice Industrial Refrigeration Engineer

Leeds

6 days ago

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Chiller Engineer

Barnwood

6 days ago

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BMS Project Engineer

Sunbury

6 days ago

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CCTV - Service Engineer

London

6 days ago

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Air Conditioning Project Engineer

London

6 days ago

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Chiller Engineer

Manchester

6 days ago

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HVAC Sales Manager

Maidenhead

6 days ago

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Fire Commissioning Engineer

London

6 days ago

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Senior Firmware Engineer

Belfast

6 days ago

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Full-time
Apprentice Industrial Refrigeration Engineer

Glasgow

9 days ago

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Scheduling Coordinator

Manchester

12 days ago

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Salaries

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Sales

Residential Sales
£16,400 per year
Collection Agent
£19,000 per year
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Rating overview

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Reviews

C&I Technician in Tonbridge, Kent
on 16 February 2021
Colleagues were great but the benefits were meagre
Summed up above.Reacting to daily needs of the client working within safety working systems and a good proportion of preventive maintenance work. Colleagues were great but the benefits were meagre,Poor remuneration, and very poor severance package on redundancy
Project Engineer in Manchester, Greater Manchester
on 27 February 2021
Avoid this company
Appalling company to work for. Typical American firm preaching ethics and fairness but not following their own rules. Targets are moved if you look like you might achieve them and if you don’t then you’re out. Constant pressure and politics. No consideration for work/life balance just get the job done at any cost.Political correctness and bias everywhere with targets for ousting people that don’t tick the boxes to replace with those that do.Never once did I feel valued or like I was in a stable environment as Management always dreaming up the next “transformation”. Save yourself the angst and work for a company that lives it’s values....
Sales Administrator in Sunbury-on-Thames, Surrey
on 22 February 2021
Not fun or good place to work
Worse company I ever worked for. If your older or cannot meet their very high targets your out. No help from management. No care for anyone but themselves. No medical care unless your a manger.
Senior Sales Executive in London South East, Greater London
on 21 February 2021
Poor management and unorganized
If your face fits with the management then you're OK. If not, you may as well just leave. I was on HVAC service sales and after a slow start due to no onboarding (due to management changes) it soon became clear that I hadn't been introduced to the people in the business I needed the most. As such, this made for a slow start for me sales wise and soon made me unfavorable to the sales manager and HVAC director (both new).Good money and excellent commission if you can get sales in but there's to many people wanting to take a slice of your cake so don't expect to get commission based on the full sale.
Customer Service Co-ordinator in Manchester, Greater Manchester
on 1 February 2021
Avoid at all costs
The management are bullies. You will always get a high turnover when you treat your staff the way you do. Terrible training. Everyone always gossiping, especially management. If your face doesn't fit they try and get you to leave at the start. Avoid at all costs.
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Where would i like to be in 5 years time. what could i do to make Johnson Controls a world leader.

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