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Large Corporation
Industrial Engineer IV (Current Employee) –  Huntsville, ALSeptember 24, 2018
Boeing is a typical large corporation, very well resourced, provides relatively consistent job security and a very decent benefits package. Also like most large companies, Boeing is slow to change and adapt to new processes and embrace new technology. Boeing is a risk adverse company. Great at identifying talent. A very good company for an engineer to begin their career.
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Great brand to put on resume, stable company, some tuition reimbursement, good healthcare plan
Cons
Slow to change, advancement up through management can be difficult
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Boeing is good place to work.
Systems Test and Integration Engineer (Former Employee) –  Long Beach, CA 90808September 24, 2018
I felt happy when I worked for the Boeing company. I enjoyed every day coming to work. It has a professional environment. People was friendly and nice to work with. The Boeing taught me a lot of skills.
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Great Place
Office Administrator B (Former Employee) –  Seattle, WASeptember 24, 2018
Boeing was a great place to work staff were really friendly and everything was fair you do have to wake up early in order to get to work but great benefits
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Good Benefits and a chance to sharpen your skills
RF ENGINEER (Former Employee) –  El Segundo, CASeptember 24, 2018
A good place to gain skills as well as giving its employees a good benefit package.. however its management doesnt give its employees much room to grow
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typical day
Production Scheduler and Business Analyst (Former Employee) –  ArizonaSeptember 24, 2018
the department I worked at it was a minimum 8 hours a day on the computer. Building multiple spread sheets, proposals, schedules and other things. Always new work added on to what you already have.
Pros
pay was good
Cons
often work a lot of hours to finish up all the work
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4.0
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Opportunity is there if you are a good communicator and self promoter
Mechanic (Former Employee) –  Everett, WASeptember 24, 2018
Your career at Boeing is whatever you make of it. The opportunities are there and Boeing will pay for you to get educated or trained. The management is burdened with constant status meetings and have little time or concern for the needs of their direct reports unless it directly affects them in a negative way. Your advancement is up to you. If you want something to happen that affects your job, do not expect someone else to do it for you. You are that someone else. Management will notice the employee who outperforms. The recognition is they will ask you to do that job nobody else wants to do and may give you pride points which can be redeemed for gift cards, etc at the Boeing Store. Remember, they only ride the good horses...into the ground. Do your job, help your teammates, communicate well, be kind to others, smile, take advantage of the benefits Boeing provides for you to advance your career! Invest the maximum amount in the 401(k) and get all the company match possible. Retire happy!
Pros
Pay, Benefits, Opportunity
Cons
First line management focus is on upper management, should be on subordinates.
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No work/Life balance
Assembly/Installation Inspector B (Current Employee) –  Everett, WASeptember 23, 2018
Pay is good, benefits are good, and yes, there are some fabulous people at Boeing. However! There are also TOO MANY of those you go home every night thinking "How do you even have a job?!?!?!" Expect to get laid off, more than one time as your job is not secure. Ever. Expect to work overtime a bunch, and probably not see your family as much as you should. Lots of Divorces happen at Boeing. There is ZERO work/life balance. Don't work too hard either, or you'll just be made to work more and more and more. But that's OK, because you are nothing but a number.
Pros
Decent Pay
Cons
Lousy Parking, rules change daily, lousy management or a complete lack thereof.
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productive and fun workplace
Manufacturing & Tooling Engineering Intern (Former Employee) –  USASeptember 23, 2018
Boeing company is different its a place where you can see your ideas become a real thing!
I learned a lot of things their trainings is so helpful you can learn a lot and u can develop yourself easily!
Pros
free lunch
Cons
far parking
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Very fast paced
Product Protection Specialist (Former Employee) –  North Charleston, SCSeptember 22, 2018
Very fast pace with little time off. Still is a good place to work. You are allowed to make mistakes and get the right assistance to help you improve. Great comradery.
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workplace culture
Emergency Equipment Design Engineer Intern (Former Employee) –  Everett, WASeptember 22, 2018
After working at another company since Boeing, I have come to appreciate the culture at Boeing even more. Everyone felt like they were apart of the achievements of the entire company. With a large company like this, that is incredibly hard to find!
Pros
benefits
Cons
not a lot of responsibilities as an entry level employee
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Great
Intern - Business Program (Former Employee) –  Renton, WASeptember 21, 2018
It is a good place to have worked in. I really enjoyed working at Boeing company. I would love to have a second chance and work there if I can though it is competitive
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5.0
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Fun workplace with awesome people and great projects to work on
Developer for the Interactive Media Group (Former Employee) –  Tukwila, WASeptember 21, 2018
Fun workplace with awesome people and great projects to work on. Great management at that time but the whole technology team I was part of was laid off due to company cuts in 2013.
Pros
Great place to work
Cons
Poor benefits for contractors
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stressful
MATERIAL PROCESSOR REQUIREMENT FACILITATOR (Former Employee) –  Everett, WA 98204September 21, 2018
A very fast paced, stressful, environment. Deadlines are to be met, with no exceptions.Everything rolls downhill. Great benefits package, Fair wages. Management needs significant work.
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You have to know someone
Staff Analyst (Former Employee) –  Berkeley, MOSeptember 21, 2018
Looks great from the outside. Virtually no career advancement opportunities for contractors. I played musical desks for the first month I was there, didn't get a working computer until my 2nd week. Lots of busy work and little guidance.
Pros
Good pay, on-site gym
Cons
No career advancement opportunities, lots of red tape
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Procurement Agent (Current Employee) –  Everett, WASeptember 21, 2018
Boeing offers work life balance. Very slow to promote and the Leadership only cares about metrics. They say they are all about our culture however they do very little for the people. The office buildings are dirty and they don't even offer coffee or water for their employees. Parking is horrible, often you walk a mile to get to your desk. It feels like you are working for a company from the 70's or 80's. Leadership just keeps rehiring new people but they are not doing anything to keep the people they have. They need to start taking responsibility for the culture they have created and fix it.
Pros
Work Life Balance
Cons
Leadership
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4.0
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Good place to work for young and middle age adults
Contractor (Former Employee) –  Oklahoma City, OKSeptember 20, 2018
treated like an adult which means unrealistic deadlines without the over bearing pressure from management. it is your choice if you want to be there to step up and perform. management will sit back and observe how you handle their expectation.
people have fair amount of time for casual conversation and time of arrival at work is flexible as long as you are there when you say you will be there. when Friday comes people are out of there half hour to an hour earlier than usual if they feel nothing is hot. also nobody schedules meetings late in the day on Friday so the door is open to enjoy the weekend if you have plans. all of this is at the worker bee level because once you become a manager then that is when everything is different you see the pressure and the high expectations that are placed upon them so I would not want that personally however they work hard and play hard on the weekends too.
Pros
office environment is up todate, clean restrooms with several to choose from
Cons
there office locations aren't always the best which makes it a tough choice to go with them
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Good benefit and flexible working time does helps to get job work/life balance
Avionics System Engineer (Current Employee) –  Oklahoma City, OKSeptember 19, 2018
Good team work, a lot opportunities to learn from different programs. The hardest part of the job is trying to keep the Lab available for multiple projects needed.
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What happened???
Engineer (Current Employee) –  Renton, WASeptember 19, 2018
In general Boeing is a great place to work. The majority of people who work here are pleasent and are there to help. There are a ton of jobs to move to if you are un-happy with your current one. Good benefits with a good 401K package and dental and health. However, what has been happening in the past few years? With all the good, there is a whole lot of bad. No matter how you look at it, at the end of the day you are just a number. You can and most likley will be disposed of at one point in your Boeing career. The benefits are good but with each new contract they are getting worse and worse. There are oppertnunities to move upward. However, its difficult with how everything is structured. Your individual contribution is measured on a team level not at the individual level. The pay is good, but even that too has taken a setback with the latest contract negotiations. In all, the company that I was hired into in 2011, in relation to benefits and pay, is no where near the same company that exists now in 2018. If you are looking for a fun, innovative, and exciting place to work. Boeing is most likely not for you. If you enjoy bureaucracy and everything that goes with it, then this is the place for you.
Pros
Benefits, Pay, Hours, Oppertunity
Cons
Benefits, Pay, Work Life Balance.
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where you can get paid with the taxes the company should have paid and you still cost too much
TEAM LEADER (Former Employee) –  Everett, WASeptember 18, 2018
Boeing is a sinking ship. It will be bailed out eventually by our tax dollars, that is not to mention the huge tax breaks they got to "pursue keeping work in wa."
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Great Pay and Benefits
Final Precision Assembler of Aircraft Components (Former Employee) –  Portland, ORSeptember 18, 2018
It is a Union job so you have to deal with people that should be fired but never do. Pay and benefits make the job worth the trouble. They recently voted to remove the pension program but replaced it with a lower benefit of performance-based bonuses.
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Pay, Benefits, job security
Cons
Union, slow paced employees
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