L3Harris Senior Leadership FAQ

Read what L3Harris employees think about senior leadership and the CEO at the company.

L3Harris has a Senior Management rating of 3.3, and Bill Brown, the CEO of L3Harris, has an approval rating of 73% across the organization.

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April 20, 2020

How are senior leaders perceived at L3Harris?

Pros

Great culture, good pay and benefits, transparent, approachable senior leadership team

Cons

Tech resources not scalable to growth, but otherwise a great company to work for.

Great culture, good pay and benefits, transparent, approachable senior leadership team

April 20, 2020

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April 21, 2020

What are some insights into the strategy or vision at L3Harris?

Pros

Great people in the middle management and co-workers with lots of experience in their respective fields is a definite plus for this company. Great IT Department! Ability to branch out in your job area into other relatable areas. Some Upper management very approachable and the 9/80 work schedule is a plus. Most buildings are clean and updated. Outside areas pleasing.

Cons

Raise are standard usually, Outside candidates given more $$ than in-house employees with same or more experience (and usually leave within 2/3 years) Younger generation rarely stay longer than 3 years Since the merger: Health benefits have really taken a dive No vacation based on seniority, everyone gets the same (bad for those who have stayed over the last 10-20 years) Nepotism is alive and well here L3 Harris management is not mindful of the different business models in their respective divisions; nor differences in the product lines or customer's requirements. Ineffective off-site leadership/management put in place. No real leadership with authority to make decisions on-site in some areas. Very few women in leadership roles

Advice to Management

Be better to your employees Bring back better options on healthcare Invest in the younger generation, give them a reason to stay; implement a rotation program

No real leadership with authority to make decisions on

April 21, 2020

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