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.
Another layoff they seem to happen every couple of years when the contracts don't come in and the Executives psnic
Dysfunctional work environment - terrible executive leadership team ( Anaheim)
Layed off because come by can't get or keep contracts.
Layed off because of inept management could not keep the business going.
Unfortunately I had some past debts that I had forgotten about and showed up two years later in a credit check and my clearance was revoked.
Answered - Custodian (Former Employee) - Lemoore, CA
Because I prefer to work to live, not live to work.
Answered - Aircraft Mechanic (Former Employee) - Columbus AFB, MS
I was one of over 1000 people to be laid off.
Answered - Senior Programmer / Software Analyst (Former Employee) - Salt Lake City, UT
My territory was eliminated from the organization and the entire executive leadership was laid off.
Answered - Sr. Enterprise Account Manager, Colorado Springs (Former Employee) - Broomfield, CO
Answered - Project Manager (Former Employee) - Norfolk, VA