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SR Mechanical Engineer

L-3 Communications Menlo Park, CA

1. Designs and develops mechanical components, sub-systems, and systems to fulfill design objectives and to meet customer requirements, manage… Beyond.com

15 days ago

Director of Engineering

L-3 Communications San Leandro, CA

Under very broad authority, serves in a high-level functional as well as advisory role to… Beyond.com

15 days ago

Electrical Pulsed Power Engineer

L-3 Communications San Leandro, CA

At L-3 Applied Technologies Inc, we are innovators. We develop solutions which protect people and systems in harsh and hostile environments. Our… Beyond.com

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L-3 Communications Chairman, President and CEO Michael T. Strianese
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    Drama, alienating mentality

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    Former Employee - Graphic Designer  in  San Diego, CA
    Former Employee - Graphic Designer in San Diego, CA

    I worked at L-3 Communications full-time for more than 3 years


    San Diego was nice a nice place.


    The work environment was, bad. They had lots of drama, lots of petty behavior, and a clique mentality. They were more involved in gossip than getting work done on time. Expect lots of petty comments on both your work, and your personal life. I worked for a smaller company bought by L3 and was great, then they dissolved the contracts or just forgot about them, kept the people they wanted, transferring them to other offices.

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    manage, don't micro manage, don't knee jerk, and learn to have your employees back instead of the company, at least some times. would be nice to feel like person and asset than a liability on a spreadsheet.

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