"Good environment, PTO, but lack of innovations."
"Test Test Test Test Test Test Test Test Test Test Test"
"I've worked at Boeing since late 2018. The office that we work in is incredibly old, and is a massive, depressing cube farm. The company is old and is riddled with red tape and bureaucracy; many teams struggle to get the necessary tools to do their job correctly. My role as a DSP engineer consisted of creating models in Simulink and verification scripts in MATLAB for 8-9 hours a day, along with various meetings. All of my work had to adhere to specific requirements flowed down from a separate team. As a hardware design engineer, I was surprised and disappointed to find out that my team hardly ever gets to perform testing on the actual hardware; we only get to deal with simulations of our subsystem models (in Simulink)."
"Good company overall. Needs to improve transparency at senior leadership levels, especially in the product development and operations areas. My prior organization needs significant improvement in remaining focused on people. The prior people-centric, high empowerment culture is suffering and needs a refresh. Newer leadership is being measured on getting things done at all costs, often at the expense of top talent who are now leaving."
"Great retirement package."
"Great company with great benefits. Though you should always be aware of the professional environment around you to watch for both opportunity and potential dangers."
"Great company with dedicated and passionate employees that take pride in the products they build and the work they do."
"The Boeing Company is a great place to work; the company offers various benefits, a variety of work in many disciplines. My only complaint with it is the work environment; I don't feel like I have as big as an impact as I can and at times the progress feels slower than what I am capable of. I like to work dilligently but prefer an environment where things happen a little faster and where I can make a bigger impact whether that may be coding or helping others."
"Boeing is a great company to start your career in as well as end it. The benefits and work life balance are great and the work pace is phenomenal. However, if you're looking to get ahead or make something of yourself I'd recommend moving to another firm, or starting your own business. If you're looking to coast then Boeing is literally the best."
"A company with more management and suppliers than engineers."
"It's great. We can learn many things"
"It's a good job for starting out."
"I've worked for Boeing for about a year and a half. It's a good company, but I feel like it's a bit of a dinosaur - instead of learning new things, most of the "corrections" to my code are semantic issues that don't affect how well the code works, or actively get rid of clever solutions due to limitations (which are in place because of government restrictions). It's a good environment, but a restrictive one, and many software engineers feel underpaid."
"Morale and company management drive out many employees. The pay and benefits are hard to match. There is plenty of room to grow and move up but the relationship between employees and management is toxic. The company has become a revolving door that looks at the employees as numbers instead of team members. Boeing is still a good company to work for but they need some serious changes."
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