Network Operations Center Specialist (Former Employee) – Ashburn, VA – July 12, 2017
The culture was about helping each other and reaching the best outcome for work objectives. Work was contingent on contracts from the government which stressed people out since the government constantly threatened cutting funding.
Sr. Financial Analyst (Current Employee) – Marietta, GA – August 24, 2017
Great job security Average benefits Below average compensation Lots of vacation time Minimal training and written regulations for such a large company that must adhere to so many government regulations
Great Job if you like liars. Management lied to me from day one to the point that they couldn't even remember the lies or the promises they made. Then when questioned about it denied saying anything. Never will I go back.
Leeds catering chef (Former Employee) – Fort Worth, TX – August 22, 2017
I loved this job. I only stoped working here because my husband and I had a son. We decided together that I would stay home with him. The benefits were great. The pay was great. Thework load was great.
Staff Research Engineer (Former Employee) – Huntsville, AL – August 22, 2017
I never had a real opportunity to work at a Lockheed Martin facility. I was always sent off to work from a customer site. I would have to fight tooth and nail to get a desk and any equipment.
If I had to do any corporate training I had to wait until all my hours were done for the customer then drive around town on my time looking for an open Lockheed Martin facility. My struggle was far from finished because I would have to spend the next few hours trying to convince a bored guard to accept my employee badge from a different business unit.
Then I had to find an LM intranet machine and start my corporate training finish and only allowed to charge 1 hour even though it took 6.
location was nice. I enjoyed my job.
Infighting among LM employees, job status was constantly in doubt
Administrative Assistant Sr (Former Employee) – Sunnyvale, CA – August 21, 2017
Provide meeting logistics and support to all FBM business rhythm meetings, customer program reviews, All Hands and SMD FBM PMR's which includes Skype, VTC coordination, meeting notices dissemination and As a provided support for YMAWD, customer visits, employee morale events Provide logistics support for employee of the month, retirement recognition and SMD employee engagement activities Support Program with quarterly safety inspections, shipping requests, and responsible for oversight and coordination of B181 / 182 conference rooms updates. I provide shipping requests, order office supplies.
The managers I supported have always been supportive and encouraging. Easy to work for. Made it a great work environment.
I have gained more confidence in myself. Became a team player. Helped make a difference in the work place and for our customers.
The one thing I would take away from my experiences from Lockheed Martin are the people I was fortunate to have worked with.
Employee morale events and activities, they take care of their employees, families always comes first, great benefits.
SR System Integration/Test Engineer, Integration (Former Employee) – Marietta, GA – August 21, 2017
Lockheed Martin gives their employees opportunities to advance in their careers by providing professional training courses on campus at no cost to the employee. In addition, their tuition reimbursement program is awesome! .
Repair crew Lead-man and assistant site supervisor (Former Employee) – San Antonio, TX – August 21, 2017
had my own engine dock to work from / learned that working with the government guys you have to pace out your work load to match theirs / work place culture was rather laid back / the hardest part of the job was to slow down / I am a person who believes in getting the job done on time and on budget and earlier if possible / getting a serviceable asset out the door for the customer was most satisfying of all /