Great place to work
Answered - Senior HR Coordinator (Former Employee) - Annapolis, MD
Chaotic unorganized a absolutely mess
Answered - Certified Operator (Former Employee) - Melbourne, FL
Old and antiquated , not willing to change with the times of Technology and systems.
Answered - Support Staff (Former Employee) - Medford, NY
There were seasons of work overload and than a season of only watching the world cup.
Answered - Structural Certification Intern (Former Employee) - Winston-Salem, NC
Disorganized incompetence. Engineering work is continuously redone because managers insist on trying to meet unreasonable schedules, forcing engineering to release incomplete, defective, and low quality products.
Chaotic, Everyone is over worked and still asked to work harder and more. You are always behind and told that you need to work more hours to catch up on the program your on. This is because they will start a new program before the current one you are on is over. Then when you finish the one you are on, the new project is already behind. This is a constant cycle for your entire career at Rockwell Collins.
Chaotic. Management is always changing the way things are done and how the plant is laid out. They don't listen to the engineers or shop people. They just get an idea and without forethought change anything and everything. The engineers can't focus on improving the way a product is made because management won't listen.
Answered - Contract Technical Writer. B/E Aerospace (Former Employee) - Lenexa, KS
Answered - Intern / Printed Circuit Design Group (Former Employee) - Cedar Rapids, IA