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Overall, pretty good but had some major bumps

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Former Employee - Anonymous Employee in Chantilly, VA
Former Employee - Anonymous Employee in Chantilly, VA

I worked at L-3 Communications

Pros

Great networking, great management, friendly environment

Cons

was a little disatisfied on how business development dropped the ball on finding work for the program I was on, which led it to ultimately fail and I had to find a new job.
GS&ES is still a young business unit that goes through a lot of changes and everyone fears losing their job

Advice to ManagementAdvice

Stop being cheap and throw a company holiday party!

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  1. Positive work environment challenging environment

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    Current Employee - Senior Contracts Manager in Salt Lake City, UT
    Current Employee - Senior Contracts Manager in Salt Lake City, UT

    I have been working at L-3 Communications

    Pros

    The people, the product, the location, and the atmosphere.

    Cons

    No clear path of advancement. No profit sharing. Non-aggressive training.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Reward those that perform get rid of those that do not.

    Recommends
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  2. Poor. The organization was growing and existing employees were largely resentful towards the associated changes.

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    Former Employee - Hardware Engineer in Mason, OH
    Former Employee - Hardware Engineer in Mason, OH

    I worked at L-3 Communications

    Pros

    There were interesting technologies being developed by this company. They have recently moved in to a new, larger, more professional facility.

    Cons

    While this organization is part of a large defense contractor (L-3), they have not successfully navigated the transition from small/independent company to large/professional organization.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    If you survive your current problems, diversify your workforce more effectively in your next growth phase. Engineers who have diverse backgrounds and broad experience across industry will have more to offer in leadership than they have been allowed to demonstrate thus far.

    Doesn't Recommend
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