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If you were to leave Collins Aerospace, what would be the reason?

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Terrible work culture. Horrid, incompetent managers at every level. No work life balance and on call expectation in any professional position in the building. They will spend millions in expedited and firefighting but invest nothing in root cause correction and process stabilization. The skills you will learn are worst practices and how not to run a business. I am frightened that this company manufactures aircraft products when I see the amount of defects and lack of true quality processes. You will join all of the other miserable workers If you onboard to this company.

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To gain additional customer service experience outside of the aerospace career field.

Answered - Supervisor, Customer Service (Current Employee) - Fort Worth, TX

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Culture, and Management

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Bad management

Answered - Support Staff (Former Employee) - Medford, NY

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I am being laid off

Answered - Senior Mechanical Design Technician (Current Employee) - Tustin, CA

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Factory closure

Answered - Materials Planner (Former Employee) - Kirkland, WA

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Poor management across the board.

Answered - Electronics Technician (Former Employee) - Irvine, CA

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I left Rockwell because they about worked me into the ground after 13 years, and finally realized that my life was worth more than just giving my life to this company that did not value anything but charging time so they can collect money.

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Looking for work when the Team Coordinator is not able to find any! Cleaning parts for welding operation
and counting parts for about 60-70% of the time. Not being utilize for my talents and having to train other
co-worker's on my specific parts when we are out of work. A lot of waste (training #1 on the in-direct list).

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Working mandatory 10 hour shift when there was 6 hours worth of work. Wdsm, Iowa

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