3.2I started working at Bombardier Aerospace as a cooperative education student while in college and continued into a full time position after graduation.
My experience has been alright but definitely not the best work environment I've been a part of. The management does not give a strong enough direction for others to follow, which causes many problems. While there are incentives for process improvements and individual advancement, there are mandatory systems in place that take away from important work and are not well put together to actually aid in the development of employees.
There are still good things happening at Bombardier and many people who are good at their job which are key to the success of the company.
3.2I worked for Bombardier for 3 1/2 years. I came to appreciate those with whom I worked. I found that there was a large rift between management and the daily activity on the floor. The disconnect made it difficult, at times, to align expectations with production realities, and difficult to overcome obstacles.