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Raytheon Technologies Unternehmenskultur

Unternehmenskultur Bewertung

Diese Punktzahl ergibt sich aus den Bewertungen und Beurteilungen der Mitarbeiter
2.9/5
Raytheon Technologies Gesamtkultur wird mit rated C- bewertet

Höchstbewertete Kulturdimensionen

CEO Bewertung

Untere 35 %Untere 35 % der Unternehmen mit ähnlicher Größe auf Comparably
Gregory Hayes Raytheon Technologies' CEO
Gregory Hayes
64 /100

Raytheon Technologies Mission, Vision & Values

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Mission Statement

Raytheon aspires to be the most admired defense and aerospace systems company through our world-class people, innovation and technology.

Vision Statement

One global team creating trusted, innovative solutions to make the world a safer place.

Raytheon Technologies Kultur auf einen Blick

446 Angestellte bei Raytheon Technologies haben Raytheon Technologies über verschiedene Kulturdimensionen hinweg, wobei sie ihre Meinungen zu Themen von der Bewertung von Führungskräften bis zum Arbeitstempo äußern. Die letzte Überprüfung war heute.

Insgesamt geben die 446 Raytheon Technologies Angestellten ihren Führungskräften eine Bewertung von C-, oder Bottom 30% von Unternehmen ähnlicher Größe auf Comparably. Dies schließt spezifische Bewertungen des Führungsteams, des CEO und des direkten Vorgesetzten ein.

Mitarbeiter bei Raytheon Technologies sind generell zufrieden mit ihrer Gesamtkompensation bei Raytheon Technologies. Dies beinhaltet eine Kombination aus Gehalt, Aktienanteile sowie zusätzliche Leistungen.

Insgesamt sind die Mitarbeiter bei Raytheon Technologies in der Regel mit ihrem Team zufrieden. 446 der Teilnehmer bewerten die Qualität ihrer Mitarbeiter mit C- . Die Mehrheit glaubt, dass Meetings bei Raytheon Technologies effektiv sind und die Mehrheit freut sich auf die Interaktion mit ihren Mitarbeitern.

Die Mehrheit der Mitarbeiter bei Raytheon Technologies glaubt, dass das Arbeitsumfeld bei Raytheon Technologies positiv ist. Die meisten Teilnehmer glauben, dass das Arbeitstempo bei Raytheon Technologies schnell ist. Ungefähr 44% der Mitarbeiter bei Raytheon Technologies arbeiten 8 Stunden oder weniger, während 4 % von ihnen einen extrem langen Tag haben - länger als zwölf Stunden.

Insgesamt sind die Mitarbeiter bei Raytheon Technologies im Allgemeinen zufrieden, basierend auf ihren angegebenen Bewertungen der Unternehmens-Zukunftsaussichten, der Kundenwahrnehmung und der Begeisterung, mit der sie zur Arbeit gehen.

Unternehmensinformation

Adresse
870 Winter St
Waltham, MA 02451
United States of America
Webseite
www.raytheon.com
Gegründet
2020

Unternehmen Beschreibung

Raytheon Technologies Corporation is an aerospace and defense company that provides advanced systems and services for commercial, military and government customers worldwide. It includes four industry-leading businesses—Collins Aerospace, Pratt & Whitney, Raytheon Intelligence & Space and Raytheon Missiles & Defense. With 195,000 employees, the company is pushing the boundaries of avionics, cybersecurity, directed energy, electric propulsion, hypersonics, quantum physics and more. Raytheon Technologies formed in 2020 through the combination of Raytheon Company and the United Technologies Corporation aerospace businesses.

Führungspositionen

Name & Titel
Biographie
Gregory Hayes  CEO / President
Gregory Hayes
CEO / President
Gregory Hayes serves as the CEO / President of Raytheon Technologies.
Michael Wood  Chief Accounting Officer, Vice President and Controller
Michael Wood
Chief Accounting Officer, Vice President and Controller
Mr. Michael J. Wood, also known as Mike, has been the Chief Accounting Officer, Vice President and Controller at Raytheon Company since October 2, 2006. Mr. Wood is responsible for the Raytheon's global accounting and financial reporting. He joined Raytheon in October 2006. Mr. Wood worked for 16 years as an Audit Partner of KPMG LLP. He holds a bachelor's degree in accounting from San Francisco State University and is a licensed CPA in Virginia, Maryland and California.
David Wajsgras  Vice President and President of Intelligence, Information & Services Business Unit
David Wajsgras
Vice President and President of Intelligence, Information & Services Business Unit
Mr. David C. Wajsgras, also known as Dave, serves as President of Intelligence, Information and Services Business at Raytheon BBN Technologies Corporation. Mr. Wajsgras has been a Vice President and President of Intelligence, Information & Services Business Unit at Raytheon Company since March 2, 2015. Mr. Wajsgras served as the Chief Financial Officer and Senior Vice President at Raytheon Company from March 13, 2006 to March 2, 2015. Mr. Wajsgras served as the Principal Accounting Officer of Raytheon Company since June 2, 2006. He served as the Chief Financial Officer of Lear Corp. from January 2002 to March 10, 2006 and Executive Vice President from August 2005 to March 10, 2006. He also served as Senior Vice President of Lear Corp. from January 2002 to August 2005 and as its Vice President and Corporate Controller since September 1999. Prior to joining Lear, Mr. Wajsgras served as Corporate Controller of Engelhard Corp. from September 1997 to August 1999 and was employed in various Senior Financial positions at Honeywell International Inc., (formerly AlliedSignal Inc.), including the Chief Financial Officer of the Global Shared Services organization from March 1992 to September 1997. He has been a Director/Member of the Board of Advisors of Center For A New American Security Inc. since January 14, 2016. Mr. Wajsgras served as a Director of 3Com Corporation from December 12, 2003 to September 20, 2006. He is a Trustee of Lahey Hospital & Medical Center. He is a certified public accountant and a member of the Financial Executives Institute, the Corporate Executive Board and the Manufacturer's Alliance/MAPI, an education and research organization. Mr. Wajsgras earned his BS degree in Accounting from the University of Maryland in College Park and has an MBA in Finance from American University.
Rebecca Rhoads  Vice President and President of the Global Business Services (GBS) Group
Rebecca Rhoads
Vice President and President of the Global Business Services (GBS) Group
Ms. Rebecca R. Rhoads has been the President of the Global Business Services (GBS) Group at Raytheon Company since December 20, 2013 and has been its Vice President since April 2001. Ms. Rhoads is responsible for developing and implementing company-wide information systems and policies. Ms. Rhoads serves as the Chief Information Officer of Raytheon Company until January 1, 2016. She served as Chief Information Officer of Raytheon Company from April 2001 to December 2013. She served as Vice President of Information Systems Technology at Raytheon's Electronic Systems segment since February 2000 and as Vice President of Information Technology, Defense Systems business unit of Raytheon Systems Company since July 1999. From 1996 to 1999, Ms. Rhoads served as Director of the Raytheon Test Systems Design Center, where she was responsible for all aspects of information technology in support of business requirements, including development, direction and implementation of segment-wide information systems. She directed engineering organizations in test systems design, systems reliability, safety and product effectiveness engineering and manufacturing engineering. Ms. Rhoads has more than 26 years of experience within the defense industry. She began her career with General Dynamics in 1979 as an Electrical Engineer, designing automated test systems for RAM and Stinger missile programs. She worked in the engineering and operations directorates, holding various assignments in engineering and management at General Dynamics Hughes and Raytheon. She taught Electrical Engineering classes at California Polytechnic University, Pomona, Calif. She serves on the Aerospace Industries Association e-Business Executive Steering Group and the Chief Information Officer Editorial Advisory Board. Ms. Rhoads has a bachelor's and master's degree in electrical engineering from California Polytechnic University. She also holds a master's degree in the executive management program from the University of California at Los Angeles Anderson Graduate School of Business Management.
Taylor W. Lawrence Ph.D.  Vice President and President of the Missiles Systems Business Unit
Taylor W. Lawrence Ph.D.
Vice President and President of the Missiles Systems Business Unit
Dr. Taylor W. Lawrence, Ph.D., has been the President of Raytheon Missile Systems Company (The Missiles Systems Business Unit) since July 1, 2008. Dr. Lawrence has been a Vice President of Raytheon Company since July 2008. He served as a Vice President of Engineering Technology and Mission Assurance of Raytheon Company from April 10, 2006 to July 1, 2008. He served as Sector Vice President and General Manager of C4ISR Systems Division of Northrop Grumman Corp. since February 2005. Dr. Lawrence is responsible for Raytheon's vision and leadership in these strategic areas, which include over 40,000 engineers working on more than 8,000 programs. He served as Sector Vice President and General Manager of C4ISR & Space Sensors Division for Northrop Grumman Electronic Systems. He joined Northrop Grumman in March 1999 as Vice President of Products and Technology for its Systems Development & Technology Division and was promoted to sector vice president and general manager of that division in August 2001. Dr. Lawrence was named to his most recent position as sector vice president and general manager for the Electronic Systems Division in December 2004. He served as the staff director for the Select Committee on Intelligence for the U.S. Senate and as Deputy Director of Information Systems Office of the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency. He was engaged in various research activities at the Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory and NASA's Office of Exploration. He serves as a Director of the Air Force Studies Board of the National Academies, is an Advisor to the Defense Science Board and Defense Policy Board and is a lifetime member of the American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics. Dr. Lawrence has also held a variety of scientific and research leadership positions, including director of advanced technology for the Defense Airborne Reconnaissance Office, deputy program leader, Advanced Imaging, Imaging & Detection Program of the Lasers Directorate at the Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, senior staff scientist of the Research & Development Division of Trex Enterprises and research assistant and undergraduate research fellow in the Department of Physics at the California Institute of Technology. He served as Member of Advisory Board at United States Department Of Defense. Dr. Lawrence holds a bachelor's of science degree in physics from the California Institute of Technology, a Master's of Science in applied physics from Stanford University and earned his Ph.D. in applied physics from Stanford University in 1992. In 1996, Dr. Lawrence was honored with the Secretary of Defense Medal for Meritorious Civilian Service.
Richard R. Yuse  Vice President and President of the Space & Airborne Systems Business Unit
Richard R. Yuse
Vice President and President of the Space & Airborne Systems Business Unit
Mr. Richard R. Yuse, also known as Rick, has been Vice President at Raytheon Company since March 2010. Mr. Yuse has been the President of Space & Airborne Systems Business Unit at Raytheon Company since March 10, 2010. He served as a Vice President of Raytheon Company from March 2007 to May 2007. He served as the President of Raytheon Technical Services Company LLC since May 2007 until March 10, 2010. In his 31-year career at Raytheon, Mr. Yuse held a variety of leadership roles, principally at Raytheon's Integrated Defense Systems (IDS) business, including Vice President of IDS' Missile Defense business area, where he was responsible for leading such programs as the Ballistic Missile Defense System (BMDS), Terminal High Altitude Area Defense (THAAD), Upgraded Early Warning Radar (UEWR) and the Sea-Based X-Band Radar (SBX). Since joining Raytheon in 1976, Mr. Yuse held positions of increasing responsibility on a variety of programs. These assignments ranged from system architecture and design to flight test director and program manager. Mr. Yuse has been assigned to a number of diverse programs and locations during his career, such as Cobra Dane in Shemya, Alaska; the Ballistic Missile EarlyWarning System (BMEWS) upgrade programs in Fylingdales, U.K., and Thule, Greenland; PAVE PAWS early warning radars at Cape Cod, Mass., and Beale Air Force Base, Calif.; the ship-based Cobra Judy system and HAVE STARE intelligence radar programs at Vandenberg Air Force Base, Calif.; and the THAAD Flight Test Program at theWhite Sands Missile Range, N.M., where he served as Test Director. Mr. Yuse was responsible for the Sensor Netting and Concurrent Test, Training and Operations (CTTO) new business initiatives. He served as Vice President and Deputy General Manager of RTSC, where he was responsible for day-today operations and ensuring RTSC's operational excellence. He serves as a Director at Raytheon Australia Pty Ltd. Mr. Yuse earned both his Bachelor's and Master's degrees in Electrical Engineering from Northeastern University. He is also a graduate of Raytheon Advanced Management Program.
Frank R. Jimenez  Vice President, General Counsel and Corporate Secretary
Frank R. Jimenez
Vice President, General Counsel and Corporate Secretary
Mr. Frank R. Jimenez, also known as Fran, has been General Counsel and Vice President of Raytheon Company since January 19, 2015 and has been its Corporate Secretary since April 2015. Mr. Jimenez served as General Counsel and Secretary at Bunge Limited since July 5, 2012 and served as its Managing Director of Corporate Affairs. Mr. Jimenez joined Bunge Limited in July 2012 as Managing Director of Government Affairs. He served as Senior Vice President, General Counsel and Corporate Secretary of Xylem Inc. until June 22, 2012, the S&P 500 global water technology company spun off from ITT Corporation in 2011 and also served as Vice President of Xylem. He served as Vice President and General Counsel at ITT Corporation since his joining in May 2009 and was responsible for the legal, regulatory and governance aspects of it, including its separation in 2011 into two new public companies, Xylem and defense technology company Exelis Inc. Prior to ITT, he served for nearly three years as General Counsel of the U.S. Department of the Navy in the Bush and Obama administrations from 2006 to 2009. He has held a variety of other positions in government, including Deputy General Counsel for the U.S. Department of Defense and Chief of Staff at the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, as well as Deputy Chief of Staff and Acting General Counsel to Governor Jeb Bush of Florida. Mr. Jimenez previously practiced law as a partner at Steel Hector and Davis LLP (now Squire Sanders LLP) in Miami, Florida. He was one of seven Senate-confirmed Pentagon civilians of four-star equivalent rank overseeing the U.S. Navy and Marine Corps. He served as a law clerk for Judge Pamela Ann Rymer of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit. Mr. Jimenez is a Ex-Officio Trustee at University of Miami. He holds an M.B.A. from the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania, a J.D. and Law Degree from Yale Law School, an M.A. from the U.S. Naval War College and a B.S. from the University of Miami.
Kurt Amend  Chief Executive of the Raytheon Arabia Business Unit
Kurt Amend
Chief Executive of the Raytheon Arabia Business Unit
Mr. Kurt Amend has been Chief Executive of the Raytheon Arabia Business Unit at Raytheon Company since July 30, 2017. Mr. Amend drive business strategy and execution of defense-related projects and technology development in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia at Raytheon. He serves as president of Raytheon International, Inc. He has nearly three decades of senior-level, U.S. government and aerospace & defense industry experience. He serves as Director at Raytheon Arabia.
Thomas A. Vecchiolla  President of Raytheon International Inc
Thomas A. Vecchiolla
President of Raytheon International Inc
Mr. Thomas A. Vecchiolla, also known as Tom, served as the President of Raytheon International Inc. since May 1, 2014 until September 7, 2017. Mr. Vecchiolla served as the Vice President of Business Development and Strategy, IDS of Raytheon Company since August 1, 2006. He joined IDS in 2002 and has held various positions of increasing responsibility in Business Development including director, Sea Based Capabilities. He served as the Director of Strategy and Government Relations where he established a team responsible for developing and coordinating congressional relations. Prior to joining Raytheon, Mr. Vecchiolla led efforts for government applications in the information technology industry. He served as a legislative assistant to Sen. Olympia J. Snowe, R-Maine, for national security and military affairs. Before joining Raytheon in 2002, he was vice president of Government Programs for Commerce Onee-Government Solutions, leading business execution and sales for all Department of Defense (DoD) and intelligence agency programs in the areas of electronic commerce, web enablement and portal technologies. In his public-sector career, he served as legislative assistant for National Security and Military Affairs to Sen.Olympia J. Snowe, then Chair of the Seapower Subcommittee on the Senate Armed Services Committee. He began on the Hill in January 1996, as an active-duty U.S. Navy captain and Brookings Institution legislative fellow on the personal staff of Sen. William S. Cohen, with a wide variety of responsibilities concentrating on national defense issues. Mr. Vecchiolla served in the U.S. Navy as a helicopter pilot and acquisition professional. He has a proven track record and extensive experience in international business development and competitive pursuits. Mr. Vecchiolla serves as Director of Thales-Raytheon Systems Company LLC. He holds a bachelor's degree from the U.S. Naval Academy. He holds a Master of Science in systems management from the University of Southern California and undertook MBA studies at Marymount University.
Wesley D. Kremer  Vice President and President of Integrated Defense Systems Business Unit
Wesley D. Kremer
Vice President and President of Integrated Defense Systems Business Unit
Mr. Wesley D. Kremer has been the President of Integrated Defense Systems Business Unit at Raytheon Company since July 30, 2015 and has been its Vice President since October 2015. Mr. Kremer served as Vice President of the Air and Missile Defense Systems (A&MDS) product line of Raytheon Missile Systems. He joined Raytheon in 2003 as General Manager of Raytheon's Advanced Products Center in Dallas, Texas. In this role he was responsible for the development, design and production of innovative RF technology solutions, AESA sensors, antennas, composite radomes and high-temperature composite structures. He served as Vice President of Raytheon's A&MDS product line included leadership of it's Standard Missile-3, Standard Missile-6, Exoatmospheric Kill Vehicle (EKV), Redesigned EKV (RKV) and Israeli Cooperative Programs, as well as Advanced Kill Vehicles and European Missile Defense efforts. While at Missile Systems, he also held positions as Director of the SM-3 program and director of Systems Design and Performance Engineering. Prior to joining Raytheon, Mr. Kremer served 11 years in the U.S. Air Force as a weapon systems officer, flying the F-111 and F-15E, with over 1,500 hours of flight time in fighter aircraft, including over 90 combat sorties in Iraq and Bosnia. He was the graduate of both the Electronic Warfare Officer course and the Fighter/Bomber course at Specialized Undergraduate Navigator Training. He was ranked first of 411 graduates and named as the Air Training Command Navigator of the Year in 1989. He received his bachelor's degree in electrical engineering from Montana State University and his MBA in engineering technology management from City University of Seattle.

HR Führungskräfte

Name & Titel
Biographie
Jennifer Petersen  Corporate Director Of Human Resources
Jennifer Petersen
Corporate Director Of Human Resources
Jennifer Petersen serves as the Corporate Director Of Human Resources of .
Vidalina Johnson  Director, Human Resources Business Partner
Vidalina Johnson
Director, Human Resources Business Partner
Vidalina Johnson serves as the Director, Human Resources Business Partner of .
Stacy Parady  Director, Human Resources Business Partner
Stacy Parady
Director, Human Resources Business Partner
Stacy Parady serves as the Director, Human Resources Business Partner of .
Don Smith  Human Resources Director
Don Smith
Human Resources Director
Don Smith serves as the Human Resources Director of .
Heather Moore  Director Talent Development
Heather Moore
Director Talent Development
Heather Moore serves as the Director Talent Development of Raytheon. Heather currently resides in the Tucson, Arizona Area.
Thom Anderson  Director-Human Resources
Thom Anderson
Director-Human Resources
Thom Anderson serves as the Director-Human Resources of Raytheon. Thom currently resides in the Wichita, Kansas Area.
Linda Taylor  Director, Diversity, Inclusion and Worklife
Linda Taylor
Director, Diversity, Inclusion and Worklife
Linda Taylor serves as the Director, Diversity, Inclusion and Worklife of Raytheon. Linda currently resides in the Tucson, Arizona Area.
Kevin Binette  Director, Enterprise Talent Acquisition Systems and Operations
Kevin Binette
Director, Enterprise Talent Acquisition Systems and Operations
Kevin Binette serves as the Director, Enterprise Talent Acquisition Systems and Operations of Raytheon. Kevin currently resides in the Greater Boston Area.
Andrew Melissinos  Director, Executive Talent
Andrew Melissinos
Director, Executive Talent
Andrew Melissinos serves as the Director, Executive Talent of Raytheon. Andrew currently resides in the Greater Los Angeles Area.
Kerry Sullivan  Director, GBS FAS-IT HR Systems
Kerry Sullivan
Director, GBS FAS-IT HR Systems
Kerry Sullivan serves as the Director, GBS FAS-IT HR Systems of Raytheon. Kerry currently resides in the Greater Boston Area.
Lisa Henry  Director, Human Resources, Transportation and Support Services, Intelligence & Information Systems
Lisa Henry
Director, Human Resources, Transportation and Support Services, Intelligence & Information Systems
Lisa Henry serves as the Director, Human Resources, Transportation and Support Services, Intelligence & Information Systems of Raytheon. Lisa currently resides in the Greater Los Angeles Area.
Carol Wooden  Director, Supplier Diversity
Carol Wooden
Director, Supplier Diversity
Carol Wooden serves as the Director, Supplier Diversity of Raytheon. Carol currently resides in the Dallas/Fort Worth Area.
Tashi Carper  Diversity and Inclusion Manager
Tashi Carper
Diversity and Inclusion Manager
Tashi Carper serves as the Diversity and Inclusion Manager of Raytheon. Tashi currently resides in the Washington D.C. Metro Area.
Holly Mallowes  Enterprise Talent Acquisition, Global Sourcing Leader
Holly Mallowes
Enterprise Talent Acquisition, Global Sourcing Leader
Holly Mallowes serves as the Enterprise Talent Acquisition, Global Sourcing Leader of Raytheon. Holly currently resides in the Greater Boston Area.
Stephanie Durkin  Global Talent Development Diversity & Inclusion Lead
Stephanie Durkin
Global Talent Development Diversity & Inclusion Lead
Stephanie Durkin serves as the Global Talent Development Diversity & Inclusion Lead of Raytheon. Stephanie currently resides in the Greater Boston Area.
JoAnn Buscemi  Global Talent Development Manager
JoAnn Buscemi
Global Talent Development Manager
JoAnn Buscemi serves as the Global Talent Development Manager of Raytheon. JoAnn currently resides in the Greater Boston Area.
Amie Cafferty  Head Talent Acquisition, Raytheon Integrated Defense Systems
Amie Cafferty
Head Talent Acquisition, Raytheon Integrated Defense Systems
Amie Cafferty serves as the Head Talent Acquisition, Raytheon Integrated Defense Systems of Raytheon. Amie currently resides in the Greater Boston Area.
Douglas Greene  Head, Talent Acquisition, Raytheon Space and Airborne Systems
Douglas Greene
Head, Talent Acquisition, Raytheon Space and Airborne Systems
Douglas Greene serves as the Head, Talent Acquisition, Raytheon Space and Airborne Systems of Raytheon. Douglas currently resides in the Dallas/Fort Worth Area.
Tami Sellers  HR & Benefit Liaison
Tami Sellers
HR & Benefit Liaison
Tami Sellers serves as the HR & Benefit Liaison of Raytheon. Tami currently resides in the Dallas/Fort Worth Area.
Melissa Rhodes  HR Director
Melissa Rhodes
HR Director
Melissa Rhodes serves as the HR Director of Raytheon. Melissa currently resides in the Washington D.C. Metro Area.
Tori Healey  HR Employee Services Manager, IDS
Tori Healey
HR Employee Services Manager, IDS
Tori Healey serves as the HR Employee Services Manager, IDS of Raytheon. Tori currently resides in the Greater Boston Area.
Elisa Marchetti  HR Manager
Elisa Marchetti
HR Manager
Elisa Marchetti serves as the HR Manager of Raytheon. Elisa currently resides in the Dallas/Fort Worth Area.
Megan S  IDS Global Talent Development, Diversity and Inclusion Lead
Megan S
IDS Global Talent Development, Diversity and Inclusion Lead
Megan S serves as the IDS Global Talent Development, Diversity and Inclusion Lead of Raytheon. Megan currently resides in the Greater Boston Area.
Michael Williams  International Talent Acquisition Manager
Michael Williams
International Talent Acquisition Manager
Michael Williams serves as the International Talent Acquisition Manager of Raytheon. Michael currently resides in the Greater Boston Area.
Liza Raiser  Manager, Diversity and Inclusion & EEO
Liza Raiser
Manager, Diversity and Inclusion & EEO
Liza Raiser serves as the Manager, Diversity and Inclusion & EEO of Raytheon. Liza currently resides in the Tucson, Arizona Area.
Carrie Brown  Manager, Program Leadership Talent Development and Learning
Carrie Brown
Manager, Program Leadership Talent Development and Learning
Carrie Brown serves as the Manager, Program Leadership Talent Development and Learning of Raytheon. Carrie currently resides in the Greater Boston Area.
Kim Herron-Singleton  Manager, Strategic Talent Acquisition & Operations
Kim Herron-Singleton
Manager, Strategic Talent Acquisition & Operations
Kim Herron-Singleton serves as the Manager, Strategic Talent Acquisition & Operations of Raytheon. Kim currently resides in the Tucson, Arizona Area.
April Raines  Principal Human Resources Generalist
April Raines
Principal Human Resources Generalist
April Raines serves as the Principal Human Resources Generalist of Raytheon. April currently resides in the Washington D.C. Metro Area.
Sandy Inklebarger  Principal Talent Acquisition
Sandy Inklebarger
Principal Talent Acquisition
Sandy Inklebarger serves as the Principal Talent Acquisition of Raytheon. Sandy currently resides in the Dallas/Fort Worth Area.
Jeff Vance  Senior Manager Talent Acquisition
Jeff Vance
Senior Manager Talent Acquisition
Jeff Vance serves as the Senior Manager Talent Acquisition of Raytheon. Jeff currently resides in the Greater Denver Area.

Raytheon Technologies Mitarbeiterbewertungen

Positive Bewertungen
61%
61%
39%
Konstruktive Kritik
39%

Positive Bewertungen von Mitarbeitern

Was hat Ihnen am Interviewprozess am besten gefallen?

Not applicable as I interviewed 41 years ago

Was macht Sie bei der Arbeit am glücklichsten?

Empowerment to make many decisions without always consulting upper management

Was ist am positivsten an Kultur und Umgang in Ihrem Unternehmen?

Good interaction among different groups and departments

Konstruktives Feedback von Mitarbeitern

Was läuft falsch und wie kann es verbessert werden?

Unfair employee compensation. Raytheon needs to understand that it isn’t just competing with other defense companies. In fact, defense should pay more than commercial because of the significance of their product

Warum fühlen Sie sich unterbewertet und was würde Sie bei Ihrer Vergütung besser fühlen lassen?

There is no way to progress in your career here without being shoehorned into a leadership position. Raises are based on performance relative to your peers, and the raises never exceed 3%. Even if you do more one year than the previous year, you can still get a smaller raise.

Was braucht das Führungsteam, um besser zu werden?

Paying their engineers what they’re wort

Ein Tag im Leben
Ein Tag im Leben
Raytheon Technologies Mitarbeiter arbeiten durchschnittlich 9.3 Stunden am Tag
Arbeitsstunden
Ein Tag im Leben
Mitarbeiter bei Raytheon Technologies berichten, das Arbeitstempo ist schnell
Arbeitstempo
Ein Tag im Leben
An einem typischen Tag arbeiten Mitarbeiter bei Raytheon Technologies haben 3 Sitzungen
Besprechungen
Ein Tag im Leben
74% der Raytheon Technologies Mitarbeiter freuen sich darauf, jeden Tag mit ihrem Team zu interagieren
Mitarbeiter
Ein Tag im Leben
Raytheon Technologies Mitarbeiter nehmen üblicherweise 20-30 bezahlte Urlaubs und Krankheitstage jedes Jahr
Sozialleistungen
Ein Tag im Leben
43% of Raytheon Technologies mitarbeiter berichten, dass sie mit ihrer Work Life Balance zufrieden sind
Work Life Balance
Ein Tag im Leben
Raytheon Technologies-Mitarbeiter erhalten in der Regel einmal im Jahr wertvolles Feedback, wie sie sich bei der Arbeit verbessern können
Feedback
Ein Tag im Leben
63% der Raytheon Technologies Mitarbeiter werten ihr Arbeitsumfeld positiv
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AufwärtstrendDiese Kategorie Punktzahl hat sich im Trend % seit letztem Monat
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In den Untere 25 % der ähnlich großen Unternehmen auf Comparably

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23%
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Gleichberechtigungs Bewertung Wie positiv bewerten Frauen ihre Gesamterfahrung mit Raytheon Technologies

Untere
20%

Raytheon Technologies ist aktuell in den Untere 20% der ähnlich großen Unternehmen auf Comparably

Herkunftsvielfalts Bewertung Wie positiv bewerten Minderheiten ihre Gesamterfahrung mit Raytheon Technologies

Untere
35%

Raytheon Technologies ist aktuell in den Untere 35% der ähnlich großen Unternehmen auf Comparably

eNPS

Der Net Promoter Score erfasst die Gesamtpunktzahl Ihrer Mitarbeiter zu dieser Frage: "Wie wahrscheinlich ist es auf einer Skala von 1-10, dass Sie einem Freund empfehlen, in Ihrem Unternehmen zu arbeiten?"
Untere 45 %Untere 45 % der Unternehmen mit ähnlicher Größe auf Comparably
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eNPS Score
34%Promoters
22%Passives
44%Detractors

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Raytheon Technologies Mitbewerber

  1. 1st
    Lockheed Martin
    68 / 100
  2. 2nd
    SSL (Space Systems Loral)
    67 / 100
  3. 3rd
    BAE Systems
    66 / 100
  4. 4th
    Raytheon Technologies
    63 / 100
  5. 5th
    Boeing
    63 / 100

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