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Service Center Support Analyst II

Sierra Nevada Corporation Centennial, CO

The goal of a Sierra Nevada Corporation Service Desk Agent is to provide the absolute best… Sierra Nevada Corporation

16 days ago

Principal RF Engineer

Sierra Nevada Corporation Louisville, CO

SNC is seeking an industry-recognized expert in the development and execution of… Sierra Nevada Corporation

16 days ago

IT Intern I

Sierra Nevada Corporation Louisville, CO

Information Technology Administrator (Intern) This is a part time paid entry-level technical position intended to… Sierra Nevada Corporation

16 days ago

Program Manager Development Program (SSG)

Sierra Nevada Corporation Louisville, CO

Sierra Nevada Corporation (SNC) builds Program Management talent through a one year… Sierra Nevada Corporation

16 days ago

Director of Business Management

Sierra Nevada Corporation Louisville, CO

The Director of Business Management reports to the CFO and is responsible for supporting the CFO and… Sierra Nevada Corporation

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Sierra Nevada Corporation Chief Executive Officer Fatih Ozmen
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    This company has outrun its headlights.

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    Former Employee - Aerospace Engineer II  in  Englewood, CO
    Former Employee - Aerospace Engineer II in Englewood, CO

    I worked at Sierra Nevada Corporation


    125% 401(k) matching, Good hands-on experience. Fast pace. Important missions and products. Unique "bullpen" environment for engineers.


    Zero communication from corporate, HR and other support staff. Little feedback on performance. Zero job-relevant training or career development offered. Everyone from middle management on up seems to be detached from day-to-day operations. "Warnings" to employees are not communicated, so anyone could have any number of warnings and not be aware. Arbitration agreement in employee handbook denies employees access to court system for resolution of disputes. Employees are expected to work well over 40 hours per week with no additional compensation, and at any cost to personal lives. Loyalty and personal sacrifice are not rewarded. The company has failed to provide sufficient infrastructure to support its rapid growth. The company seems to like to flex its "at-will" muscle to control employees through fear rather than encouraging loyalty.

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    Communication needs to be the number 1 priority. When every decree coming down from the top is a knee-jerk reaction, morale is significantly impacted. Employees should have a chance to see their documented warnings so that they can improve. Make a better effort to encourage work/life balance. Address the apparent total lack of planning regarding growth, employee accommodations and employee allocation. Provide training when it's requested. Invest in your current knowledgeable employees rather than starting from scratch with replacements.

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