- Current Employee★★★★★
Good starter but poor advancement opportunitiesJul 4, 2022 - Test Methods EngineerRecommendCEO ApprovalBusiness Outlook
People Good starting salary Union Flexibility
Poor raises No accommodations Doesn’t incentivize Stuck in the old era
- Current Employee, more than 1 year★★★★★Aug 10, 2022 - Associate Software Engineer in Salt Lake City, UTRecommendCEO ApprovalBusiness Outlook
Great work life balance. 9/80 and 4/10 schedules available, remote work. No set schedule and you get paid for your time over 40hrs because you are paid hourly. Unlimited sick leave, 4-week parental leave, 4 weeks vacation but you can get more with your manager's manager's approval. You can work around important events like recitals to avoid using PTO i.e. leave work 2 hours early and work an extra 30min the other days. You can find work related to what you want to do with your career in the future.
Directly tied to the Pros that come with getting paid by the hour is the fact that you are paid by the hour. You have to keep track of how you spend your time accurate to the tenth of an hour and attribute it to a program/project you are working on. These programs have budgets and if they are running out they will stop work and you can't get paid for working on them. You have to be on top of making sure you actually have work to do. Notifying your manager of potential breaks in work etc.
- Current Employee, more than 5 years★★★★★Aug 16, 2022 - Engineer in Simi Valley, CARecommendCEO ApprovalBusiness Outlook
This L3Harris division is nicely sized and your contributions will make an impact to this particular division. In other words, you will not get lost here and you will be known which is great! The technology is very useful to learn for professional and even non professional usage. Also has 9/90 and 160 hours of PTO to start.
Pay is not great after being here an amount of time, no profit sharing, stock purchase plans.