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Cessna President and CEO Scott A. Ernest
Scott A. Ernest
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    Diversity may be an issue

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    Current Employee - A&P Mechanic in Orlando, FL
    Current Employee - A&P Mechanic in Orlando, FL

    I have been working at Cessna (more than 8 years)


    Great company to work for. Salaries and benefits ok. Corporate culture generally fair at the Wichita Service Center, cannot say the same about Orlando and San Antonio where labor relations are very poor. Workforce highly diversified at the factory assembly lines (lower ranks).


    Diversity an issue. Rarely seen a minority in lower, middle, or upper management roles. Very few compliance exceptions. Hard to believe that San Antonio, Orlando, and Mesa don't have qualified Hispanics for supervisory and management positions. Definitely an homogeneous culture. As a Latin American with a Bachelor, MBA and 8 yrs A&P was not able to be promoted from mechanic to supervisor. I gave up after several attempts. Nevertheless, I was called for the interviews. They do have minority clubs in Wichita, which in my opinion are made up for liability purposes by their homogeneous HR dept.

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    Diversify the workforce. Encourage an entrepreneurial spirit. Shift from task oriented to relationship oriented leadership in service centers, where the workers' readiness level is high.

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