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Mental Health.
L3 Aviation Products Division-Sarasota, is an admittedly hostile work environment (my last day on the job, while saying my good-byes, the Ethics Officer admitted the location is a hostile work place). So many changes in leadership, direction, layoffs, unclear expectations lead to an environment that's not healthy for anyone. The stress and overall impact to my mental and physical health finally led me to pursue a new opportunity.

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No work/life balance. Supposed to have every other Friday off, people would sit around trying to look busy all week due to lack of parts, and then have to work mandatory overtime on the off Fridays and Saturdays when the parts arrived. If you're looking to "live to work" and not "work to live", this is the place for you.

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Longer than expected it will take a person 2 1/2 months to find out if you have the position

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Can someone help me why no one in l3 hire him L3keep sending hire but won't give him chance he call every other day no pick up plz help

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8 hours a day

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Discouraged

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The distance between hangars

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I was not interviewed by L-3, I was already working for the company they took over.

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Like being in high school. Lots of drama, and the popular crowd gets to do whatever...while those who actually work are unappreciated.

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