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259 questions about working at Northrop Grumman
Big company with a lot of variety
Answered November 25, 2019
Aerospace and space force are a thing of the past. People care more about the largest part of the federal budget, healthcare. Divest more into healthcare.
Answered March 21, 2017
My experience as an engineer is you just in your 80 hours over any given two week period. At times, you may got offered "EWW" (Extended Work Week) where they will pay you for going over 80 hours (I've heard some folks have had to work at least 8 hours over it to get paid, but my experience was I got paid for every hour worked), but it was optional. YMMV.
Answered February 25, 2016
Make sure you are willing to conform to the rules blindly--make sure you (and the interviewer) are comfortable with toeing the company line no matter what
Answered May 1, 2017
Forced, due to mandatory vaccination.
Answered March 23, 2017
When training employees on software you use make sure one person trains them from beginning to end. There are too many people that have their own shortcuts and it creates confusion for new hires even if taking notes. Thank you.
Answered January 19, 2018
Nepotism, Racism, do as I say-not as I do style of management, toxic work environment, management will use you until that can’t anymore, promotions are reserved for drinking buddies, employees with no backbones, as well as other personal affiliations.
Answered March 21, 2017
Not saying anything for now after what was done to me after I gave my blood and sweat to this company for past 15 years! Didnt take one day off and worked like a horse everyday but I was very disappointed and heartbroken by the treatment of managers towards me. Will let CEO and VP of Aerospace Systems know in full letter in near future. VP talks about civility. There is no civility.Well you are losing your most valuable assets and experienced people because of inexperienced managers who created lot of nepotism,cronyism and favoritism in their own little groups to bring a person down in the company
Answered April 10, 2017
Very very rarely. Sometimes a project pays EWW (overtime pay) but it is rare. Required unpaid OT hours are VERY common
Answered September 15, 2016
Question about the job title you seek. Previous experience. Troubleshooting skills
Answered June 8, 2016
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