Pratt & Whitney
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I think you need me because you wanna manufacturing best in the world using rare earth metal!

Answered May 22, 2018

Dealing with all the drama and people acting like their still in junior high

Answered February 28, 2020

North berwick plant has ot sometimes its mandatory on weekends 1 day then if its backed up its 1 hour a day and 1 weekend day. Usually its not mandatory and you can stay each day 4 hours and do the weekend. Ot is not open right now for slowed work from vendor delays. Its different in each department. Some have mandatory right now while we dont.

Answered October 21, 2019

Just relax and answer whatever is asked of you honestly. Much better if you go after college and seek out a mentor.

Answered September 13, 2019

Benifits from Pratt and Whitney are not available to contractor's.

Answered September 25, 2019

Promotions are slow, unless your buddy buddy with your supervisor. If possible I would avoid working there.

Answered February 10, 2020

Basically from classes that you take that they pay for

Answered November 1, 2018

Yearly, but not equally distributed. A lot has to do with who you work for and what group you're working in. The process is called rack & stack, at the end of the year managers within your group get together and discuss who gets a raise and how much. In most cases some will get 3%-7% and some will get none. It is not based on your performance, it is mostly based on which managers like you and the more managers do, you are more likely to get a raise. Even if you are performing at 120%, if the mangers do not like you, you may get nothing at all !!! Tip: spend more time developing relationships with other managers and work on their projects more, rather than your own job and you will get a good raise every year

Answered January 25, 2020

Ikd I don't think so

Answered August 28, 2019
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