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10 days ago

Industrial Security Specialist 3

Boeing El Segundo, CA

(including inventory, handling electronic keying material, handling and programming Secure Telephonic Devices, distribution and destruction), in… Boeing


12 days ago

Industrial Security Specialist 2

Boeing El Segundo, CA

(to include inventory, distribution and destruction). Assists in the protection of government, intellectual, third party and company information from… Boeing


30+ days ago

Business & Planning Analyst Level 4

Boeing El Segundo, CA

include leading proposal efforts for proprietary pursuits and working with various functions to develop competitive and compliant proposals… Boeing


10 days ago

Truck Driver

Boeing El Segundo, CA

such as work order manifests, driver activity reports and vehicle inspection reports and load manifests. Occasional intrastate and interstate… Boeing


10 days ago

Human Resources Generalist Level 3

Boeing El Segundo, CA

Boeing is the world's largest aerospace company and leading manufacturer of commercial airplanes and defense, space and security systems. We are… Boeing


20 hrs ago

Aerodynamics Engineer 5 \ 6 – new

Boeing Long Beach, CA

The BCA SoCal Design Center is looking for a highly skilled individual to perform aerodynamic and performance analysis on a range in-service MDC… Boeing


5 days ago

Integrated Schedule Specialis Level 2 or 3

Boeing Long Beach, CA

Boeing is the world's largest aerospace company and leading manufacturer of commercial airplanes and defense, space and security systems. We are… Boeing


12 days ago

Electrical Wire Design Engineer 3\4

Boeing Long Beach, CA

Develops and maintains cable/wire harness detail and assembly designs. Analyzes results and performs design reviews. Develops and maintains or leads… Boeing


10 days ago

Interior Technical Design 1\2

Boeing Long Beach, CA

• Develops and maintains engineering product definition by preparing design layouts, modifying existing designs and resolving design discrepancies to… Boeing


20 hrs ago

Wire Installation Tech 3\4 – new

Boeing Long Beach, CA

• Develops, maintains and releases electrical/mechanical drawings, systems designs or engineering documentation and data by applying Company… Boeing


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    Current Employee - Software Engineer II in El Segundo, CA
    Current Employee - Software Engineer II in El Segundo, CA

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    Pros

    The benefits and pay are still good and locations in El Segundo are very mass-transit accessible.

    Cons

    In the tough times of the past few years, it has become policy to justify lower raises and lack of promotion by intentionally rating employees lower in their performance reviews. The charge number system, so common in aerospace companies, discourages employees from cooperating with each other and stifles innovation. Years of short-sighted decision making has left the company sluggish, overpriced, and unresponsive to customer needs. They talk endlessly about cross-training and eliminating single-point failures, but in practice, they don't do much to make it happen. With all the ups and downs in the satellite business, it has become accepted that you have to constantly sleep with your resume under your pillow, and watch your work jealously. It leads to a lot of pettiness. Management responds to bad feedback by suggesting that it is due to their failure to communicate properly how wonderful they are. Managers aren't there to enable their employees to get the job done. Instead, they use their employees to win the buzzword bingo game on their resume, prioritizing inconsequential tasks that have buzzwords, while leaving employees to fend for themselves on the important tasks. In other words, they're managing upside down. Every manager's full time job is to look good to the manager above them and, therefore, to make them look good, in the short term. Processes seem designed to increase cost and decrease productivity. The company is very much geared towards "systems engineers". Other disciplines are sometimes not considered with as much respect or consideration.

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    Have some respect for your employees. If times are tough, and you can't give them the raises or promotions they expect, then be honest about the reason why they're not getting promoted. Plan for the future. Know what your employees are doing, and help them get that done.

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