Engineer (Current Employee) – Boston, MA – September 5, 2018
The best thing about working here is there a ton of work to be done and you are never bored. The hardest part of the job is trying to get everything done because there is more work than people to complete the jobs.
SUPPLY CHAIN QUALITY MANAGER (Former Employee) – East Hartford, CT – September 3, 2018
Overall a good company with typical benefits for aerospace industry. Work-life balance and other workplace culture activities to attract new people. Lots of programs for career development and advancement.
Financial Reporting & Consolidation INROADS Intern (Former Employee) – East Hartford, CT – August 29, 2018
The work in the Controller's department was initially difficult during the On-Boarding process in the new role. However, the work quickly becomes repetitive because the monthly and quarterly tasks remain the same with minimal changes to the work schedule.
Repair Development Engineering Intern (Former Employee) – East Hartford, CT – August 19, 2018
Pratt & Whitney has a strong inclusive and collaborative culture that makes it easy to be successful in your role. The products are some of the most advanced in the world and you are given a lot of responsibility from the start.
Free lunches, Continuous learning, Inclusive and Collaborative culture, Good compensation, Work life balance
Tool and Die Maker (Former Employee) – Columbus, GA – August 16, 2018
Overall good company to work for Little bit of miss communication between hourly and salary.recive benefits after 30 days.including vacation time and sick day which are accrued monthly .slow paced atmosphere.
Material Handler (Current Employee) – Middletown, CT – August 11, 2018
I have formulated excellent relationships with my coworkers as well as the supervisory staff. I am motivated to go into work everyday. As a material handler I am responsible for scanning all flight machinery that is offloaded from the truck