Here's what people have asked and answered about working for and interviewing at Northrop Grumman.
10 hours physically at work. Four hours at home remotely Monday thru Thursday. Intense testing about six times a year on the weekend.
The ideals and values of the corporation do not always flow down to the working employee. That happens when management's personal objectives and ideas become the most important. Just treat people honestly and deal with them as valuable individuals.
Why do you want to work here
what can you contribute to the company
what is your greatest accomplishment in a previous job
how to you deal with stressful situations
how do you deal with a bad coworker
are you willing to work any shift
are you willing to work weekends
how much do you want to get paid
are you willing to relocate
are you willing to train in other jobs within the company
where do you see yourself in the future
how would your coworkers describe you
why did you quit your last job
and some other job specific questions.
Retirement or won a large jackpot lottery.
It depends on if you have a money miser looking to "look good" on their performance reviews yearly and don't give OT or an understanding manager that realizes the OT doesn't come out their pockets and allows some OT. The first promotes laziness the second promotes feeling important and willing to do more for less sometimes.
Retirement, healthcare, tuition for education advancement
Be honest about information provided and when talking with anyone.
Applied through the company Careers site.
401k match vested after 3 years ,
They apparently forgot to submit my security review. I was given the offer package, and for over a month was waiting supposedly for my security review. I finally got through to the security office and they said they had no request for me! Once that happened it only took 24 hours!!! Then, after a full year they lost my co-worker's application!!!!! Run away!