Computer Systems administration, FSO/ISSM (Former Employee) – Bellevue, NE – March 19, 2019
The hardest part of the job was the workload while there. I would not have left if the situation were as it is now. When I was moved into the FSO position, I was expected to do that as well as the ISSM work. It was too much for one person to handle. Since I left, they separated the positions.
Administrative Assistant III (Former Employee) – Charlotte, NC – March 18, 2019
I enjoyed my role as an Administrative assistant immensely. My manager was the best. She had confidence in me and helped me to become the best that I could be. I had a variety of roles and I know that I excelled at them all. Our workplace culture was to always appreciate the employees. We had picnics, breakfasts catered and holiday parties to name a few.
Rewarding place to work, dealt with a diversified group of people and customers
Instructor/Technician (Former Employee) – Sealy, TX – March 18, 2019
Work with the military and civilian customers on a variety of equipment, and at numerous locations (even overseas) company lost its contract to a competitor, company went through a major work force down sizing.
Employee (Current Employee) – Summerville, SC – March 16, 2019
You're just a number, insurance sucks! They don't care for their employees, oh and no pay raises ever! They do contract work and won't even give you half of what the government gave them to pay you. Just find another company to work for.
HUMAN RESOURCES GENERALIST (Former Employee) – Charlotte, NC – March 14, 2019
BAE Systems is named among one of the best companies that I have ever worked for hands-down. The awesome culture of the workplace, along with excellent management are worthy of more recognition than they have received.
Program Control Analyst (Current Employee) – Nashua, NH – March 12, 2019
Difficult to get into the company due to all the nepotism. The company has 3 generations working there and it is commended. Promotion from within is only to favorites or LDP’s. They would rather hire from the outside than promote or move someone from within. Whatever you do, avoid Program control roles.
Depressing Environment with Poor Managerial decisions
Systems Administrator I (Current Employee) – Charlotte, NC – March 7, 2019
No chances for advancement. Management is turning their Tier 2 support back into Tier 1, when that was never their given intent or design. Particular management has also yelled at employees and generally been disagreeable. Very political and clique-y office, again making it difficult or impossible to advance.
Principal Software Engineer/Section Lead (Former Employee) – Burlington, MA – March 2, 2019
BAE is a typical large DoD contractor. The job satisfaction is largely based on your direct management and that can vary from group to group. If you are self directed and like large companies it is a fine place to work.