Not Employee or Customer Oriented
Operations (Current Employee) – Lynchburg, VA – February 16, 2017
This company puts revenue first, above customers, employees, and quality. Raises have been very small, and the company delays giving out raises so that you only get a portion of a year, not a full year of the salary increase. Employees are ranked, often by managers that they have never met and that know nothing about them, and each department is given a set dollar amount to distribute across their employee base for raises.
Job security depends totally on meeting revenue expectations. Harris has a history of building up their labor force to meet specific program obligations, then reducing labor when the program is closed.
Hours are fairly flexible, and they offer flex time for two months during the summer. Don't be fooled by the new "unlimited" time off policy. All vacation must be approved in advance, and once you reach a check point, the vacation approval has to go higher up the chain for those approvals. Atmosphere is very stressful.
Flex time in summer;do have a healthcare plan with several choices
No job security;no employee appreciation;revenue focused