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20 days ago

Supply Chain Planning Analyst 2

Northrop Grumman Charlottesville, VA

This assignment is located in Charlottesville, VA and will responsible for the Maritime Systems' Navigation SBU. Occasional travel to… Northrop Grumman


16 days ago

Cyber Intelligence Analyst 2

Northrop Grumman Charlottesville, VA

Join a winning team! Northrop Grumman is seeking an Intelligence Analyst for a position in Charlottesville, VA. In this position, you will provide… Northrop Grumman


8 days ago

Mgr Programs 1

Northrop Grumman Charlottesville, VA

• Establishes design concepts, criteria and engineering efforts for product research, development, integration and test… Northrop Grumman


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Northrop Grumman Chairman, CEO & President Wesley G. Bush
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    Sr. Design Engineer

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    Former Employee - Senior Design Engineer in Charlottesville, VA
    Former Employee - Senior Design Engineer in Charlottesville, VA
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    Pros

    Coworkers were wonderful. At one time the benefits were great, that is not the case anymore.

    Cons

    Too many high salary management which add no value to the work, not enough workers to do the real work. Company is too top heavy. Way too much of politically correct BS, as results work didn’t get done.

    Advice to Management

    Northrop Grumman WAS a wonderful company to work for while Mr. Ronald Sugar was the CEO, however, ever since Wes Bush took over starting in 2010. The company moral started to decline (very fast) and major layoffs started to happen soon after. Mr. Sugar’s philosophy was happy employees will make a strong company and in return a strong company will make investors happy. (Employees -> Company -> Investors) However, Wes’s philosophy is the investors first, company second and who cares about the employees. And you can see the results…the Northrop “campus” I worked for (almost for 7 years) had close to 1,000 employees, now they have around 400. In case if you think I was laid off, not true… I quit the company, because I could see the writings on the walls.


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