What needs to change to make the company culture better?
Respect and value onsite employees
Posted 22 days ago
CEO and Leadership need to do what they say.
Posted 25 days ago
Get rid of people that are close to retirement and have told me they just don't care.
Posted a month ago
"The old white way is the only right way." "We've always done it this way" "So and so doesn't have a problem with it, why do you? " "It's not my fault. My stuff is fine." "We all know it's broken we don't have a charge number or funding to fix it." Cyber locks down the only way DT allows.
Compensation needs to get better and they need to promote their new engineers and help develop them in their respective fields.
New leadership that values employees, equipment that works, updated, clean environment instead of chatting with coworkers about another flood in the building.
It would help if the middle managers werent so cuthroat. I think there are too many layers of managers.
Get rid of dead weight and pay the people who perform.
The company must value female African Americans in the workplace.
More money, less interfering management.
Remove intimidation tactics and develop people reduce Extreme Employee turnover
Provide higher end environment for engineers onsiye a d in lab space
Let the female employees understand this isn't 3rd grade recess. It's supposed to be a professional atmosphere. And to mind there work not the atmosphere around them. It not a popularity contest it's production.
NEW MANAGEMENT THERE IN PLACE
Stop firing good people already
Care about employees time and future growth
Review from Design Dept
Stop pushing diversity, equity, inclusion. It's a racist ideology that the majority of employees do not support. Start holding leaders to a higher standard. Bid contracts correctly.
Review from Engineering Dept
onsite employees are not valued.
Management not threatening employees and the company not stealing from employees
This is a boys club. Diversity and inclusion is a joke.
The environment at Raytheon Technologies is considered positive by 62% of employees and regarded as having a “comfortably fast” work pace by 73 employees. Relative to its competitors, Lockheed Martin, BAE Systems, Engility, Boeing, and SSL (Space Systems Loral), Raytheon Technologies' environment score ranks in 3rd place. This also puts them in the Bottom 25% of 1188 similar sized companies (10,000+ Employees) on Comparably and Bottom 20% of 198 companies in Boston.
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Department - Finance
Department - HR
Tenure - Over 10 Years
Rate Environment the Lowest
Department - Design
Experience - 3 to 6 Years
Ethnicity - Hispanic or Latino
How Raytheon Technologies' Environment Score is Calculated