"I've worked here for less than a year when I got another offer elsewhere, but when I was working here, the environment was definitely really poor and uninviting. Most people there seemed miserable to work there and there was a huge lack of help. The superiors were great, but otherwise, I didn't meet anyone who wanted to stay there."
"As far as direct management goes, I feel that BAE shines with communication and directness with employees. My supervisor cares about my happiness and career development, and I work on a highly capable team of intelligent individuals. Upper management has some work to do with transparency and willingness to inform employees when major company changes are to happen."
"I gained Big Data and Cyber-Analytics experience. I also received Agile training and experience. I server as the assistant to the Scrum Master on a project. As a Software Engineer for BAE, I deployed 6 IBM blades when upgrading a single blade to the Quincy 5 database for the Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA)/NMEC. In addition to managing the upgrade, I also used Python to automate how a single blade managed the user community's query queue. Now, a single blade manages the entire queue."
"I'm working with BAE since 2013. Slow pace dynamics, rather then that everything is pretty good."
"BAE Systems is a good company to work for."
"I've worked at BAE Systems since January 2013 and find it to be a first-class enterprise. I feel needed and respected by the management and my peers and am satisfied with my accomplishments and growth potential. I would have gladly given BAE Systems a five-star rating if the company fulfilled its promise of providing my family of five with health coverage, something it has not done for entire year."
"It was in Iraq, what else can I say."
"Was contracted to BAE systems as part of their seat management contract for the Defense Logistics Agency. Performed a variety of Development, Administrative and Engineering tasks for systems performing a variety of functions from Logistics/ERP to Contracts Management."
"I worked for BAE when they just took over United Defenses. The job was in Iraq so the environment reflects that of the conditions we had to face. The pay was decent but I'm not sure if it reflected the poor management that we had to deal with. I'm not sure if it is the same for every branch of BAE but we had to deal with the buddy system."
"I was employed by BAE for 10 years and the entire time our team was treated like the red-headed step child because we weren't located at a "large" city where the BAE presence was significant. Our small team worked great together and morale was high. Throughout the years more and more cuts either in health benefits or holiday gatherings seemed to detract from all the emails the president and CEO kept sending out boasting newly won contracts that were increasing BAE's market share - except ours."
"I have worked for BAE systems since 2008 straight out of college. I have learned a lot from it and now I am at the point where I know most of the thing about the project I'm in. The chance to grow my skills is something that is hard to find in a company like BAE because they are project oriented. You have to invest your personal time without the support of the company if you want to develop your skills or learn something new."
"I've worked at BAE for 4.5 years, straight out of college. It's been enjoyable. The compensation isn't the best but the work is extremely interesting."
"Being a government contractor, there were many layers of security and limited access to resources required to efficiently perform job duties. Access and passwords were a constant challenge. Interaction with superiors and legacy employees were awkward."
"Not a very good work environment, didn't get necessary tools to do job, management very rarely told truth."
"I've work with BAE Systems has a Onsite contractor supporting the Department of Navy."