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7 days ago

Electromagnetic Effects Interface Analysis Methods Level 2\3

Boeing North Charleston, SC

Develop Electromagnetic Effects (lightning direct effects, static charge) analysis methods for predicting electrical behavior across structural… Boeing


8 days ago

Systems and Data Analyst 2\3

Boeing North Charleston, SC

include but are not limited to the following: • Researches existing applications, system data, business processes and constraints to evaluate… Boeing


4 days ago

Matl Process & Physics Chemical Technology Manager Level K

Boeing North Charleston, SC

will have an emphasis on leading analytical chemistry and failure analysis. Development activities include Finishes, Paint, and Sealant Development… Boeing


6 days ago

Lean+\Capturing the Value of Quality Expert 4\5

Boeing North Charleston, SC

Are you an expert in leading continuous improvement? Are you interested in making a difference as part of a team chartered with accelerating change… Boeing


2 days ago

Materials Process & Physics Nondestructive Evaluation Engineer Level 1\2 – new

Boeing North Charleston, SC

Boeing Research and Technology (BR&T) is the preferred provider of technologies and innovation across the entire Boeing enterprise. We work across… Boeing


6 days ago

Programmer Analyst 3\4

Boeing North Charleston, SC

may include but are not limited to the following: • Leads and performs the design, program, test, implementation and documentation of complex… Boeing


20 days ago

Real Time Software Engineer Level 1\2

Boeing North Charleston, SC

Come join an exciting and growing team in Boeing's central research and development organization, Boeing Research & Technology. The BR&T Production… Boeing


10 days ago

Assembly & Automation MP&P Technical Analyst Level 3\4

Boeing North Charleston, SC

Performs complex analysis and evaluation of parts, materials, processes, technology or equipment through research and testing to ensure safety… Boeing


18 days ago

Assembly & Automation Technology MP&P Engineer Level 1\2

Boeing North Charleston, SC

Collects information and assist with definition of requirements for materials, parts and processes used in the manufacture of products. Incorporates… Boeing


8 days ago

IT Project Mgmt Spec 1\2

Boeing North Charleston, SC

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


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    great benefits, leadership could use some improvements

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    Current Employee - Manager in North Charleston, SC
    Current Employee - Manager in North Charleston, SC

    I have been working at Boeing full-time (more than 8 years)

    Pros

    unmatched benefits (salary, medical, dental, 401K, vacation, etc)

    Cons

    few leaders. Business runs via an enormity of charts that is micro-manage the work to the point that no improvement takes place. zero accountability above the first line manager. employees are no more than a number. Penalization for taking vacation (frowned upon). Company refuses to take the lessons learned from benchmarking, air of arrogance that "The Boeing way is the only Way". Company has a way of contorting laws to meet their needs.

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    Take lessons from other industries who have a large amount of competition. Boeing may be the big player on the block today, but Airbus has stole the market in the past 30 years, and is now setting up shop in your back yard. You cannot survive if you do not change your thoughts of invincibility.

    Money isn't everything to your employees. Improve the workplace culture to be more employee friendly, and look to your senior managers to lead the charge. Get some new non-heritage Boeing blood at the top, and let them drive changes that are uncomfortable and outside of the Boeing history. What made you successful over the past 100 years may not sustain you in the future.

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