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8 days ago

Sr Financial (FP&L) Analyst

Raytheon Company Dulles, VA

s and other reporting activities as required. Support the development of the five year strategic and annual operating plans and related analysis… Raytheon Company


8 days ago

Finance Program Control Manager

Raytheon Company Dulles, VA

- Ensures adequate financial controls that provide a balance between finance goals and operation's goals. - Acts as an advisor to staff members to… Raytheon Company


8 days ago

Sr Finance Program Control Analyst

Raytheon Company Garland, TX

o Measure performance (earned value) on a monthly basis and generate EV reports, graphs, analysis, etc. as… Raytheon Company


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    Family Focused

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    I have been working at Raytheon full-time for more than 3 years

    Pros

    This is one of those places where you are treated like more than just an employee. The company model has incorporated an understanding that there is more to their employees than their job title. It's very family focused, which helps with the work/life balance a lot, and you can make some great long term friends here as well.

    Cons

    The cons with making friends in the work place is that it takes a horrific event for this place to let go of people or even have accountability for the expectations of their "friend" employees. For that reason, there is a LOT of dead weight and slackers who have very cushy positions, offices, and roles where not much is required of them, yet they're getting seriously paid, and they're untouchable it seems. Too much of that can be demoralizing for newbies and cause the company to lose a lot of new talent.

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    Carry your weight and hold your team responsible for carrying theirs. If you want a cushy six figure job, at least stay under the radar by not making someone else's job hard by offloading your work or being a road block.

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