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Updated Sep 15, 2023

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    1. 4.0
      Mar 29, 2019
      Aircraft Mechanic
      Current Employee, more than 3 years
      Sacramento, CA
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      Safe clean professional working conditions. Stable work


      Lack of leadership and communication from management

      1. 2.0
        Mar 14, 2013
        Current Employee, more than 8 years
        Fort Worth, TX
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        Employees committed for achieving mission for love of country not company.


        Leadership disconnected from the people, making millions at the expense of the people. Value system is no more than wall paper. No big wins especially to replace expiring contracts. Limited growth opportunities for employees, but most importantly layoffs in the future particularly with the war coming to an end. Company invested in the international development and intel fields but with poor results. The original aviation space seems to be the only stable area for now. Leadership is arrogant and communicates rarely and poorly with the people. Employees not loyal. No question bumpy ride regardless of the course with current leadership. Company probably be'for sale' sometime soon if not already. Company thrives on wars and with the war ending, company's future looks bleak.

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