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Read what L3Harris employees think about benefits at the company.

The most popular benefits at L3Harris include 401K Plan, Health Insurance and Vacation & Paid Time Off. If you want to see a full list of benefits and perks at L3Harris listed by categories, head to their Benefits page. From insurance, health and wellness to vacation and more, find out what you could benefit from when working at L3Harris.

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What is paid time off like at L3Harris?

172 English reviews out of 172

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October 18, 2020

Pros

Lots of paid Vacation, flexible work schedule, and upper management seem very dedicated to improve business model.

Cons

Lower management has poor communication and there is often times when you don’t actually know what to do.

Lots of paid Vacation, flexible work schedule, and upper management seem very dedicated to improve business model.

October 18, 2020

Reviewed by: Procurement Associate in Dallas, TX (Current Employee)

April 27, 2021

Pros

Good benefits, unlimited discretionary PTO policy, flex schedule, great job security. Great place to gain experience.

Cons

Unit directors have too much say in certain aspects. They are free to make decisions on PTO usage above 160 hours, work from home schedule, possibility of 9/80 work schedule, etc . Depending on which director you end up working for, the experience is either great or completely disappointing. If you end up on a team you don't like early on, make an active effort to move around or get stuck in the career trap. Location is pretty bad in my opinion, but that really comes down to how social you want to be outside of work. There is a low retention rate for the problems mentioned above amongst others.

Advice to Management

Make an effort to get real, meaningful input from employees that are not in a managerial role. There are plenty of issues that are not being addressed or even noticed. Consider gauging the likeability of different unit directors amongst their peers and take action to solve the problems you discover.

Good benefits, unlimited discretionary PTO policy, flex schedule, great job security.

April 27, 2021

Reviewed by: Senior Associate Mechanical Engineer in Greenville, TX (Current Employee)

April 27, 2021

Pros

Good benefits, unlimited discretionary PTO policy, flex schedule, great job security. Great place to gain experience.

Cons

Unit directors have too much say in certain aspects. They are free to make decisions on PTO usage above 160 hours, work from home schedule, possibility of 9/80 work schedule, etc . Depending on which director you end up working for, the experience is either great or completely disappointing. If you end up on a team you don't like early on, make an active effort to move around or get stuck in the career trap. Location is pretty bad in my opinion, but that really comes down to how social you want to be outside of work. There is a low retention rate for the problems mentioned above amongst others.

Advice to Management

Make an effort to get real, meaningful input from employees that are not in a managerial role. There are plenty of issues that are not being addressed or even noticed. Consider gauging the likeability of different unit directors amongst their peers and take action to solve the problems you discover.

They are free to make decisions on PTO usage above 160 hours, work from home schedule, possibility of 9/80 work schedule, etc .

April 27, 2021

Reviewed by: Senior Associate Mechanical Engineer in Greenville, TX (Current Employee)

August 25, 2020

Pros

Great benefits (unlimited sick leave, great PTO, bereavement and other leave), pretty competitive in pay

Cons

Upper management issues are big here, documentation/storage of data is subpar or nonexistent, handling of younger employees is awful (coming from an intern and new college hire) little options to learn exactly what you are going to be working on, raises/promotions didn't match work, too many reorganizations

Advice to Management

Listen to your engineers more. Iron out ways to save work on projects that actually makes sense. Have a team only working on properly archiving data for all projects and products. Have a better plan for interns, co-ops, and new college grads

Great benefits (unlimited sick leave, great PTO, bereavement and other leave), pretty competitive in pay

August 25, 2020

Reviewed by: Associate Software Engineer in Rochester, NY (Former Employee)

March 21, 2022

Pros

Good benefits, fairly competitive pay, and good PTO

Cons

Depending on the program, no room for advancement and no bonuses

Advice to Management

Value your employee's work and match the pay to the industry

Good benefits, fairly competitive pay, and good PTO

March 21, 2022

Reviewed by: Systems Administrator in Clifton, NJ (Current Employee)

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