Questions and Answers about Raytheon

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What is the work environment and culture like at Raytheon?

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Bullying of coworkers is overlooked by Manager, it was a toxic work environment. Not a good company to work for.

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Raytheon is about number and only numbers. Once in a position, that will always be the position which you hold. There are few opportunities for training or advancement

Answered - Program Manager/Senior Intelligence Analyst (Former Employee) - Saint Petersburg, FL

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Clearical.are maintenance

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An extension of the military

Answered - Sensor System Specialist/Engineer (Current Employee) - Sicily, Italy

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Raytheon Tech Services Division was a very good company to work for.

Answered - Electronic Technician III (Casual) (Former Employee) - Chesapeake, VA 23320

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Culture was always professional and comfortable

Answered - Training Manager (Former Employee) - Sudbury, MA

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Big company and a lot of process

Answered - Systems Engineer II (Current Employee) - Dulles, VA

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I worked as a materials c , my job kept me busy , which I liked , wish they’d hire legacy employees back !!!

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Loved my 36 years st Raytheon .....

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A lot depends upon who you end up with as your Lead. Raytheon writes down values such as respect, collaboration, trust but then there is no recourse if a Lead does not exhibit these values. Cronyism is rampant so complaining to your Lead's Boss will get you nowhere because he/she put them in that position. The Org is large enough to move to a position with a different Lead. It's diversity on steroids so you will be competing against those within your ethnic group for promotions and raises.

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