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Employees rate San Diego 71.2% lower than the overall average
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In Rochester there are many intelligent people working for this aggressive company. They are understanding when you need personal time, and treat you like a professional.
Can be frustrating since you're working for a government contractor. In San Diego, the branch office is micromanaged by Rochester Managers, and poorly staffed. Currently in the middle of dealing with tough times, laid off a number of people and instituted a salary freeze on the rest of us.
Advice to Management
Sometimes you really need to lay off the incompetent people who make the rest of our work difficult. Salary freeze simply makes those of us who worked hard look at those who didn't and see we got the same reward. Pushes good people out the door.
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I applied through college or university. The process took 6 weeks. I interviewed at Harris (San Diego, CA) in November 2012.
Met through career fair at my school. Talked to one of the recruiters and got an email for an interview on campus. It consisted of two 30 minutes interviews back to back, two engineers in each room. They asked mostly behavioral questions with some technical questions, nothing too hard. Most questions were about my projects and how'd i handled the challenges that occurred etc.