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Lockheed Martin Hanover, MD

This task requires that the customers network infrastructure and mission to be continuously monitored, tuned, and that practices and posture are… Lockheed Martin

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Lockheed Martin President & COO Marillyn Hewson
Marillyn Hewson
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    16 months in and very disappointed

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    • Culture & Values
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    Current Employee - Senior Mechanical Engineer in Littleton, CO
    Current Employee - Senior Mechanical Engineer in Littleton, CO

    I have been working at Lockheed Martin full-time (more than a year)


    -There are some highly intelligent employees and they are willing to mentor you. They are rarely in management though.
    -Occasionally you are really able to complete fulfilling work for your country


    -ZERO investment in increasing talent of employees (no more available classes, on the job training is frowned upon)
    -Raises are nonexistent
    -Benefits are below average and seem to be getting worse
    -Project leads are incompetent, unprofessional, have no training, are not able to perform under pressure and very poor decision makers.
    -Ranking system: inconsistent and ineffective. Doesn't seem to motivate employees to do better work.
    -Short term profit - it seems that upper management is only interested in profits in the next quarter. They are willing to sell their (1 year distant) future away for a small profit now

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    -EDUCATION! It helps your employees contribute more! win win!
    -Without great salary/benefits, education, and layoffs just a lost contract away, I see little reason to stick around. If I was getting more insight into how my work helps our security or was able to increase my skill set, this would be different.
    -Stop worrying about pennies on some purchases (like a computer) when you are loosing tens of thousands on the process of getting a computer.
    -Please train project leads to learn what motivates an employee and utilize that. Getting an employee working on what they are passionate about will provide better results for all parties.

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