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28 days ago

Quality Program Manager (QPM)

L-3 Communications Salt Lake City, UT

within the assigned Business Area;Manage relationships with all functional… Ivy Exec


28 days ago

Director, Navy Requirements

L-3 Communications Salt Lake City, UT

The candidate will be tasked to identify communication requirements with the Navy and intelligence communities, coordinate with a highly educated… Ivy Exec


28 days ago

Quality Program Manager

L3 Communications Salt Lake City, UT

within the assigned Business Area;Manage relationships with all functional areas and… Ivy Exec


30+ days ago

S/W Eng Sr I

L-3 Communications Hill AFB, UT

Senior level software engineering position for the modification of F-16 aircraft simulation software. This position will work under the direction of… Glassdoor


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L-3 Communications Chairman, President and CEO Michael T. Strianese
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    L-3 communications has been a great company to work with, but they don't pay great.

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    Current Employee - Assembler III  in  Salt Lake City, UT
    Current Employee - Assembler III in Salt Lake City, UT

    I have been working at L-3 Communications full-time for more than a year

    Pros

    They are very easy going where family is concerned and managers are great, and the company expects top quality. They are a very large company, which is good for stability usually.

    Cons

    Human Resources is stingy. We got a raise once because they found out they were paying and the bottom for the market but even then the raise was pennies. Stocks have fluctuated lately and even dropped due to some financial issues and created instability which lead to MANY lay-offs.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Push for raises and show your employees you appreciate them.

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