Boeing used the STAR method and a panel interview comprised of the departments manager and direct supervisor. It is not that bad. However I would advise anyone that is not familiar with STAR to research it on the net and maybe have a fried conduct a mock interview or two if you are concerned about being nervous with your response to their questions.
My organization relocated to Huntsville Alabama and they only kept a pocket full of people in the puget sound area so most of us were laid off when new positions could not be found. I worked at Boeing for 30+ years; loved my job and most of the people. Miss those times.
Watch you back. Know your benefits. Union and company will cheat you. After 32 years I ready to leave and they still trying to cheat. Your you don't know your benefits they will short you.
It's about demonstrating true leadership and respect. Treat people as they way you would like to be treated. Put yourself in their shoes and remember that we are all human.
The written policy is yes, if it has been at least (5?) Years and depending on the nature of the felony.. That doesnt mean the hiring manager won't hold it against you.
Upper Management is too busy playing to the tune of the investors. Their profits are up at the expense of employee's. The reason to leave, too many layoff's, high stress and with so many lay offs, one has to cover for those that left the company. More work, less pay type of thing.
I live in Washington and would be willing to move, would boeing be willing to pay to relocate someone like myself if I was willing to singe into a contract with them.?
Worked on boeing airframe