Fantastic. Do what you are asked/told TO DO, work on it and you are left alone.
It depends on the location. There is a lot of "change" in the company. Management in the smaller offices and geographical locations do not represent the global culture that the company says it represents. The management style and idealology is consistent with the "office location" culture. There are rejections of a progressive global perspectives in their offices.
Qualitie, safty and excellence.
Answered - helicopter mechanic (Former Employee) - Ft. Benning, GA
Do it all for the customer/war fighter
Answered - Quality Analysis Asc Manager - LMUIS (Current Employee) - Huntsville, AL
Answered - Senior Systems Engineer, Staff (Former Employee) - Shriever AFB, Colorado
Long days, with an extra day off every other week.
Answered - Senior PCB Designer (Former Employee) - Archbald, PA
Engineering culture was strong. All based from who you knew. Over all company culture was controlled by HR and Accounting, they were less than honest on most occasions.
Answered - Dynamic Systems, Team Lead (Former Employee) - Corpus Christi, TX
Lots of folks work together to come to a conclusion on most of the big and small projects.
Answered - R&D Heat Pipe Manufacturing Technician (Current Employee) - Sunnyvale, CA
Abstract! Throw away whatever it is that you are used to when it comes to work environment. Flexibility is key and change is the only thing that will be consistent.
Answered - Iraqi F-16 Program Lead Analyst / Database Manager (Current Employee) - Tucson, AZ