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Current Employee - Functional in Oklahoma City, OK
Current Employee - Functional in Oklahoma City, OK

I have been working at Boeing

Pros

Benefits, Name Recognition of Company

Cons

Poor Leadership, Outmoded Management Style

Advice to ManagementAdvice

Pay Attention to your staff

Recommends
Disapproves of CEO

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  1.  

    I look forward to going to work everyday.

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    Current Employee - Electrical Engineer in Wichita, KS
    Current Employee - Electrical Engineer in Wichita, KS

    I have been working at Boeing

    Pros

    People are generally fun to work with and the work isn't too hard. Management is somewhat lenient.

    Cons

    Work is sometimes sketchy in that it may run out quickly.

    No opinion of CEO
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    Once you have figured out what you want in life...i.e. stable paycheck, good benefits, Boeing becomes very attractive

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    Current Employee - Design Engineer in Seattle, WA
    Current Employee - Design Engineer in Seattle, WA

    I have been working at Boeing

    Pros

    A relatively stable company where the job can't easily be off-shored to India. The job can range from very exciting and fulfilling to mundane paper-work depending on where in a design stage or sustainability stage the program is. The pay is industry average but with the benefit package it becomes pretty great.

    Cons

    The vacation package is horrible. leadership does not have efficient foresight of future business needs. the work-force is aging rapidly and the tribal knowledge and core competencies are going out the door when they retire. no effective method of training and skill improvement.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    If you want top-notch skills then do not expect to get them at industry average wages. Provide clear goals, plan ahead so the work balance is not so erratic and driven by customer pull. Work to better maintain core knowledge and skills in-house. stop relying on vendors, suppliers, and contractors so heavily as have done in 787 program.

    No opinion of CEO
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