L3Harris Work Life Balance FAQ

Read what L3Harris employees think about work life balance at the company and make sure this fits your lifestyle. Employees have questions about everything from the work from home policy, overtime and flexibility.

L3Harris has a work life balance rating of 3.7.

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6 English questions out of 6

April 5, 2021

What is working from home like at L3Harris?

Pros

Benefits and work-life balance are good, allowing work from home as a option

Cons

underpaid, promotions hard to get, and you are overworked most of the time

Advice to Management

Give pay raise

life balance are good, allowing work from home as a option

April 5, 2021

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November 1, 2020

How is the work/life balance at L3Harris?

Pros

Strong CEO, less political and promotions based on merit, results driven culture but still laid back for work life balance

Cons

Can be slow moving to adopt new technology depending on business line and also hard to get promotions quickly or based on results alone (mostly tenure based promo eligibility first and then results). This leads to Challenge for leaders to retain young and energetic Engineering talent

Advice to Management

Figure out how to innovate and move a bit faster on investing in new tech and ideas as well as balance tenure with results to excite and retain the top engineering talent

Strong CEO, less political and promotions based on merit, results driven culture but still laid back for work life balance

November 1, 2020

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October 26, 2020

What is overtime like at L3Harris?

Pros

They took COVID-19 seriously here.

Cons

Low general moral, people seem to be here simply to live in the area not because they want a great career, no opportunities to increase skills or technical proficiency, teamwork and collaboration is not promoted, no communication in general, "unlimited vacation" just takes away your control of your time off and the executives keep pushing for overtime in order to bill customers more.

Advice to Management

Foster collaboration and stop taking away training opportunities just to get more billable hours.

Low general moral, people seem to be here simply to live in the area not because they want a great career, no opportunities to increase skills or technical proficiency, teamwork and collaboration is not promoted, no communication in general, "unlimited vacation" just takes away your control of your time off and the executives keep pushing for overtime in order to bill customers more.

October 26, 2020

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July 6, 2020

Does L3Harris reimburse for mileage?

Pros

Work experience, stability, benefits and team work

Cons

No travel pay on weekends

No travel pay on weekends

July 6, 2020

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November 21, 2019

How flexible is your schedule working at L3Harris?

Pros

I started working at L3Harris in Salt Lake City thinking I would stay for just a couple of years, but I have loved the collaborative environment, the culture of excellence, and the great local management so much that I plan to stay for quite a while. There’s a reason why retention is so high at L3Harris in Salt Lake City. I think the benefits and flexible work schedule (9/80 or 4/10) are really good, and the work life balance is excellent. Most weeks I work 40 hours, and I get paid overtime when things get busy. Best of all are the great people I get to work with and the exciting problems that we solve together.

Cons

Health care costs have gone up over the past few years, but I’m guessing that’s similar everywhere at the moment.

I think the benefits and flexible work schedule (9/80 or 4/10) are really good, and the work life balance is excellent.

November 21, 2019

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