Electromechanical Assembler (Former Employee) – Alpharetta, GA – November 22, 2016
One of the worst companies I've ever worked for! Management is very unprofessional and unethical. The people in manufacturing are the most hateful and spiteful people I've ever had the misfortune to work with. HR is useless and will not help to resolve any problems. Stay clear of this place!
horrible management, nasty people, no opportunities for women for advancement.
Aerospace Systems Segment Sr. Security Director (Current Employee) – Madison, MS – November 20, 2016
Very changeable work atmosphere. L-3 strives to be tactical to meet customer needs and this requires the workplace to be very adept at rapid change. Not a place for those expecting long-term tenure in one location.
Initally a modeling and simulation technician the a manager
Manager/Senior Systems Engineer (Former Employee) – Offutt AFB, NE – November 14, 2016
I loved the organization at Offutt AFB. I was initially a technician developing mission simulations to satisfy training objectives. Became manager of a 50 person group providing a myriad of services the the USAF
T-6 COMBS Site Manager (Former Employee) – Corpus Christi Naval Air station, TX – November 7, 2016
Great Company. Hours and pay are reasonable and management listened to employees concerns. Safety policies were a big trait and made sure they were followed. I would recommend this company for employment to anyone. Vast opportunities are available worldwide.
Senior Business Programming Technologist (Former Employee) – Lexington, KY – November 1, 2016
Working within the Facilities Management Department to oversee the successful completion of implementing facilities related projects such as internal reassignment of space, warehouse management, and defining customers' needs for space occupancy.
inspect all machined parts and assemblies,receiving inspection,making sure all documentation is with the parts per government standards and company standards,making sur part's meet blue print standards and mil spec's
excellent pay great hours and awsome work environment
Proud to continue to support our armed forces as a civilian.
Assistant Maintenance Manager (Former Employee) – Fort Bragg, NC – October 13, 2016
A typical day at work started at 0630 by reviewing the maintenance backlog and planning the day prior to the work force showing up at 0730. Handling any personnel issues and planning on-going training needs. Holding supervisors to high standards and completing the mission expeditiously. I learned that supply support is key to timely maintenance repair, and that key personnel assignments (supervisors) need to be adjusted to the work load by skill set. The management team worked well together even under extreme pressure to meet deadlines. Co-workers became family, working side by side, day in and day out. The hardest part of my job was having to discipline an employee. The most enjoyable part of my job was to reward employees for jobs well done, meeting deadlines and going above and beyond expectations.
Senior Director (Former Employee) – Rockwall, TX – October 10, 2016
I am going to withhold any commentary due to the terms of my Reduction In Force agreement as to not impact my severance package. I can say that I was well compensated and that the work was interesting.
Engineer (Former Employee) – Orlando, FL – October 9, 2016
Perhaps an average defense contractor company. Inefficient, abundant incompetence at the Dir - VP level, and gloomy cube farm. With that being said a lot of good people there at the manager and below level.
Good people at the manager and below level, 9/80, straight pay overtime