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Ok....for now. Till some slick manager reads this.

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Absolutely nothing, run if you can!!! Unless you like lies and lying to others!

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Nepotism / cronyism outweighs knowledge / aptitude more frequently than I am comfortable with.
I want to be surrounded by a solid leadership bench that I can admire and learn from, so that I can reach my own potential.

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Get rid of the rats and liars. Put all the lazy people on a bus home. Fire management in the building 61 where the fab and welding occur. Wordt union to they wont back you up and sit on there butt all day at the hall

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Management at the facility was toxic and supported toxic attitudes. Benefits are getting worse and costing more.

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Yes.
-Anything over 10 hours on a weekday is time and a half
-anything on Friday and Saturday is time and half
-over 8 hours on a Friday and Saturday is double time
-any Sunday is double time
-any paid holiday is Triple time

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Will you work any shift, day, swing, graveyard.

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Full range of benefits to remain competitive with other aerospace companies.

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There's an annual merit increase that goes with performance reviews. If you get an offer get what you think you're worth up front cause the increases rarely cover the cost of living increase.

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It will take about 10 years for this dump to realize that their millennials will get tired of being lied to and because they are younger than us seasoned folks will leave putting the company at risk of loosing credibility and transfer skills to other deserving similar businesses. NG plays the same game with the Naïve

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