- Work/Life Balance
- Culture & Values
- Career Opportunities
- Comp & Benefits
- Senior Management
I have been working at Northrop Grumman (More than 3 years)
The everyday person is typically great. About 65% to 70% of management is nice. The executives are great all around. There is room for diversity and engagement activities. I was given the freedom to be a top performer for 3 years until recently.
The merit and increases are general low-single digits each year based on your salary. Merit is awarded at a quota, so how awesome you are matters less than you would hope. Lastly, your growth is dependent on your management. Good things can never flow up, only down. So if you have a manager that is not in your favor, you're pretty much stuck.
Advice to Management
Stop sniffling the young engineers that you desperately need. Don't manage like you would 20 years ago. Rather, adapt to support these young engineers to stay and make you look good instead of driving them away.
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I applied through college or university. The process took 1 day. I interviewed at Northrop Grumman (Pomona, CA) in April 2018.
After attending a job fair at school and speaking with a recruiter I received a request for an interview on my college campus. The interview itself was very relaxed and almost entirely behavioral. The interviewer was very nice and informative