Overall Reviews at Honda
Customer Service Representative | Decatur, AL | Dec 3, 2019
Very good place to work. The main problem is being on pure commission. Rich for one week, broke the other three weeks out of a month. But that's the car biz
Mechanical Engineer | East Liberty, OH | Jun 22, 2018
just a job not a career
limited growth opportunities, with ever changing roles and responsibilities. a good place to start your career, but don't stay too long. work hours are way to long.
Prosthe people are good
Consperformance is based on how well people like you
Service Coordinator | Roswell, GA | May 9, 2019
Productive Service Department Free lunch on Saturday
The staff is wonderful from the Director of Operations to the valet personnel.The only concern is promoting within the company something they really don't do.Employees that have work there at least should have 1st priority to open positions.
Business needs are important as well, it is a changing environment.
ProsFree Lunches every Saturday
ConsPromote with in company
Training Specialist | Torrance, CA | Feb 18, 2020
Productive, Bilingual (English & Spanish) required, fun, learning experience
I enjoyed my position at American Honda Export Technical Training Department. I obtained and learned another field I was not familiar with. I was a contractor thru an agency and left due to no growth opportunity to join American Honda as an associate. I applied for jobs I qualified for and never received a response from HR. I was not able to get a raise in over 21/2 years. i had to move on.
ConsNo room for growth as a contractor
Systems Project Manager | Torrance, CA | Jan 27, 2020
Fast-moving, diverse IT structure
Too many cliques within the management structure but a very good place to work, I enjoyed my time there but worked under a managerial tyrant who was counting down to retirement and had no desire to develop his direct reports.
There were some knowledgeable, innovative people within the company and I'm proud to have worked there. But the company underwent a massive culture change around 2008 due to an unwritten rule that the associates offloaded all work onto the large contractor workforce onsite.
This culture change forced early retirement on many laggards who were just taking up space. I was able to expand my technical knowledge while at Honda being a consultant and I'm grateful for the opportunity.
Retail Sales Associate | Tacoma, WA | Aug 28, 2019
Fun work place
Have stressful busy times and then there are relaxed calm days. Just depends on the Month of the year it is. Honda usually stays very busy!!! Your on the go and moving alot. Not much time for sitting down.
ProsGreat Pay if its busy
ConsWork life balance and pay can be harsh
Service Associate | Lincoln, AL | Feb 11, 2019
Good place to work and make good money and to build a career really not had work just about getting your his completed and Moving on it can be stressful but overall ok job
Inventory Specialist | Bremen, GA | Jun 4, 2018
No Room for Advancement
I feel I have maxed out my potential at Honda I would love to grow, and train in various areas. While the people are friendly only certain ones advance.
Team Coordinator | Greensburg, IN | Feb 29, 2020
A good company overall
Honda has its own culture that recognizes the virtues of diversity and inclusion. That said, the factory is in a small town and has a large number of local employees who "don't recognize the virtues of diversity and inclusion." This is most apparent in floor management. Pay and benefits are good, though it takes 5 years to reach full pay rate.
ProsGreat healthcare and paid shutdown time
ConsHuman Resources department treats employees like disposable drones
Assembler | Lincoln, AL | Jan 2, 2020
You can make a lot of money
You can make a lot of money working for Honda with good benefits but you absolutely will not have a life and if you ever want to advance you got to be in the click. After 5 years your body will start breaking down and after 10 years they will start looking for a reason to get rid of you so I don't have to pay you the good benefits anymore