Flight Test Engineer (Current Employee) – Nellis AFB, NV – April 13, 2018
Engineering services contract work. I've enjoyed the work a lot even though it requires a lot of extra time when it's time to test. And preparing for test. Unfortunately, the contract is coming to an end.
No grievance procedures in place(is that legal). I had to take time off due to illnesses of my grandson, my wife(which required hospitalization) and a CPS hearing. I have NOT been informed of any grievance procedures permitted on my behalf, nor on my letter of termination. I find it strange that someone who habitually comes in late and takes lunch breaks well over an hour is kept, while I play by the rules and fired for keeping my family first.
Network Infrastructure Technician (Current Employee) – San Antonio, TX – March 9, 2016
Currently in a US military contract with the company. It is only good for the length of the contract and subject to lose to a lower bidder during the vetting process. Very balanced work load and compensation is very competitive.
Training Technician/Office Admin (Secretary II) (Former Employee) – Sterling Heights, MI – November 12, 2012
Needed improvement in Leadership guidance - given too many directions to follow for same ideal and end resolution. People and staff work well together; even with differences. Training and learning adventures. Lots of responsibility but not allowed to carry the task. Some flexibility and assistance when needed to complete the job when limited time variance allowed.