Pros: fleixbility with schedule, understanding of "family first", fair evaluations where better work and attitude were most valued
Cons: northrop as a company: employees just a number, erradicated all bonues for a good year, made remote sites feel like an island
When I began at the company twenty-three years ago in Los Angeles, it was TRW. In fact, I transferred to Denver with TRW, then in 2002 Northrop Grumman, a significantly large corporation and player in the aerospace industry, purchase/merged with TRW.
About a year after the merger, employees began to feel a lot more like numbers rather than names/people – more... with the larger company, but fortunately our campus in Denver maintained the old TRW family, people-first culture as best they were able.
I worked with some of the smartest, most talented, team-oriented people I have met to this day. – less