On average, employees at Boeing give their company a 4.0 rating out of 5.0 - which is 5% higher than the average rating for all companies on CareerBliss. The happiest Boeing employees are IT Project Managers submitting an average rating of 5.0 and Senior Buyers with a rating of 4.8.
"Boeing is a great company to work for to advance your career."
"Boeing is a very large company. As a Software Engineer turned Manager at Boeing, I have found the options at my current site to be very limiting. However, the pay is generally very good and the benefits are outstanding! Only big issue I have is with the site that I currently work at. It is very political here and very hard to move around between positions."
"I have worked for Boeing since 2001. That is when Boeing bought Hughes Space and Communications. Boeing will do whatever it takes to save money. They will use employees and their expertise until they reach a salary that is deemed too high. Then they will layoff and replace these employees with new college hires that they can pay less."
"Boeing is an excellent company to work for. They take excellent care of their employees. Because they are an international company there are opportunities to work throughout the world."
"I have worked at Boeing for over a year and I found it highly educational. It was a learning experience, working with different professionals and teams. Taught me how to be independent and a self-starter. I would love to work at Boeing again and would recommend to anyone who is passionate about making a difference in QA world."
"The place is a nightmare to work. Management is only interested in moving up the career path and often throws employees under the bus, takes credit for others' work and are not interested in helping develop careers of those below them."
"I have been with The Boeing more than 20 years."
"There is a case to be made for whatever opinion you have about Boeing. It was a great place to work with good people. When I first got to the organization they thought it would double in size. Then half the org's budget got taken for something else and the budget got cut in about half every year after that. They have said the org will go away in 2016 and that may be Boeing's plan but I do not see how that is possible since they do not yet have replacement apps for some of the critical things that org did/does. I suspect it will continue to live on in some sort of half life state while they ramp up its replacement. The replacement may be fine but you would really want to check on the long term viability of the org you are going to before jumping in. This uncertainty is the main reason why I said no to the CEO."
"Had a great time working for Boeing Supplier Management for 3 + years. Management is very forward looking and does well with IT decisions, especially for such a large company."
"I have worked at a couple large aerospace companies and Boeing is one of the best. The resources, learning opportunities, and job growth are all there. The atmosphere can be a little negative at times due to the constant changes in the industry, but overall it is a great place to be a mechanical engineer."
"Every company that I worked for in Aerospace was a great experience and Boeing was a great experience with a great team."
"My feelings about The Boeing Company are not positive mainly because of current management and business model. I was employed by them for 23 years performing exceptionally. But was forced out of the company because I would not relocated due to health reasons."
"Boeing purchased my company Argon ST back in 2010. I found that working for Boeing was an eye opening experience. Boeing is truly a global company with thousands of employees. I only wish that they didn't close the San Diego branch. I would have liked to continue working with them."
"I'm a new employee at Boeing in the Research and Technology division of the company. I also worked for the company in St. Louis, where I loved my job and management team but hated the city. So, I chose to move to Seattle, where I wasn't sure about the job but loved the city. The only problem is that now that I'm here, I find out all engineers are forced to be in a union AND the company hates said union, so is moving most of the research work away from the Seattle area. On top of all of that, the communication between the management teams and the workers (including the engineers, not just the shop mechanics) is TERRIBLE. While we do have great health benefits, the company doesn't really offer much else. Lastly, the company is ridiculously behind in technology. They just upgraded to Windows 7 two years ago."
"Boeing was a good Company to work for, and I have been very happy with my job for the entire duration of my employment."
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