The job was great I loved showing up and I loved working. Coworkers were your average coworkers you like some you dislike some. There is favoritism amongst the supervisors and leadership. There's bullying amongst some workers who have been there longer.
1) Adopt a true reuse strategy and apply real capital to true common solutions.
2) Retirement attrition is taking the experienced employees out if the company. Provide capital to support senior mentorship to college grads being hired.
3) Invest in solutions that make information easier to navigate; current systems entail many wasted hours finding that one needed document or detail.
4) Stop signing up for unrealizable schedules and budgets, just to win the contract; lost leaders have no place in the business. 5) Review original bids against proposal wins, when budgets are not met, learn from past bid winning mistakes.
I went to one of their networking events where I met a bunch of hiring managers. I clicked with one and I was given a recruiter's contact information. I followed up and was contacted by the hiring manager for an interview 1-2 weeks after. I interviewed last week and waiting for the results right now.
Working hours will be made with board members to ensure all parties or participants are satisfied with opportunities and esop like structure
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If you were in charge, what would you do to make Raytheon a better place to work?
I would create a rapid prototype department that didn't have to adhere to government regulations and could produce new solutions more quickly and then figure out ways to streamline them into compliance.
If you have necessary skills and your fulfill your positional responsibilities, you need not have to worry about stress. Match your skills with positional expectations. You will be fine.
The pace of work at Raytheon is chaotic at best. No one is driving the team due to some bad employees and micro management.