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5 days ago

Sr Mgr Eng Logistics

Raytheon Company Waltham, MA

The Logistics Lead is responsible for the management and oversight of all onshore and offshore logistics for a large, complex international… Raytheon Company


12 days ago

Senior Thermal Analysis Engineer

Raytheon Company Sudbury, MA

• Bachelor of Science Degree in Mechanical Engineering.Required Skills: • 6+ years of experience in thermal analysis… Raytheon Company


4 days ago

Sr Tech Support Engineer II

Raytheon Company Sudbury, MA

Raytheon Company is a technology leader specializing in defense, homeland security and other government markets throughout the world. With a history… Raytheon Company


19 days ago

Senior Structural Analysis Engineer

Raytheon Company Sudbury, MA

The Structural Analysis Section in the Antenna Systems Department within the Mechanical Engineering Directorate is responsible for performing… Raytheon Company


4 days ago

Sr Tech Support Engineer I

Raytheon Company Sudbury, MA

Raytheon Company is a technology leader specializing in defense, homeland security and other government markets throughout the world. With a history… Raytheon Company


19 days ago

Mechanical Engineer II

Raytheon Company Sudbury, MA

Are you a Mechanical Engineer who's ready to take on a challenging role to help defend our nation? Are you ready for the challenge of designing… Raytheon Company


18 days ago

Logistics Specialist I

Raytheon Company Billerica, MA

As directed, performs a variety of Inventory Control duties that require an understanding of the MRP storage and execution plan. Work involves most… Raytheon Company


14 days ago

Sr Cost Estimator

Raytheon Company Billerica, MA

will encompass new requirements development, design validation and final acceptance test. Individual will provide "help desk" support to the general… Raytheon Company


14 days ago

Digital Electrical Engineer

Raytheon Company Marlborough, MA

s and specifications provided by our customers. This entails working in integrated product teams to design, develop, and manufacture complex… Raytheon Company


13 days ago

Sr Technical Writer/Illustrator

Raytheon Company Marlborough, MA

Candidate must be able to communicate and work with hardware and software engineering personnel and translate engineering data into Interactive… Raytheon Company


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    This is a place that welcomes the status quo

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    Former Employee - Human Resources  in  Waltham, MA
    Former Employee - Human Resources in Waltham, MA

    I worked at Raytheon full-time for more than 8 years

    Pros

    Raytheon can offer stability and the benefits are above average; although nothing extraordinary. Some people are here for the opportunity to build weapons of mass destruction. They start you with 10 days off (or PTO, paid time off, which includes your sick time and any personal time) in year one and then that jumps to 15 days the following year. They have a paid shutdown between Christmas and New Years Day. Once you're in though, you can stay here for years and years; you may end up doing the same stuff day after day, year after year but some people like that.

    Cons

    Woeful middle management and poor communication from leadership - they communicate but share nothing of real substance. Work life balance really depends which team you work with; example - some groups work a 9/80 shift meaning they are supposed to get every other Friday off yet this rarely happens as they are always trying to meet irresponsible deadlines. Promotions are challenging as the most an employee will receive is a 5% salary increase, regardless of how well their reviews have been and with the realization they can get more $$ from somewhere else. HR is not visible to employees.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Cut the Big Brother crap; its annoying and insulting to your employees - must we be told to hold the handrails on the stairs ? Seriously; how do you expect human beings to work in your suburban sweat mills ? Move out of the old suburban buildings and build a state of the art campus in Mass. Texas, and elsewhere.

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