On average, employees at Rockwell Collins give their company a 3.7 rating out of 5.0 - which is 3% lower than the average rating for all companies on CareerBliss. The happiest Rockwell Collins employees are Senior Engineering Managers submitting an average rating of 4.7 and Senior Systems Engineers with a rating of 4.3.
"Chaotic work environment. Teams are more interested in blaming each other than they are working together. Some projects are well planned while others use shotgun approach."
"I worked at Arinc in their Marina Del Rey, CA office in 2011. The coworkers were very helpful and passionate. Management was not always good at providing direction and the core software product was built a while ago. Because core product was older a lot of the original developers had left and so did all their knowledge."
"I was with Rockwell Collins, Hyderabad, India. The company has got its own image in Aviation sector. It is spread globally. It maintains good employee ethics and is always appreciable."
"Great people's company to work for. Very friendly."
"A very good place for an entry level engineer wanting to obtain experience working in the aircraft avionics industry. Very poor management at all levels who do their best to prevent you from doing your job and getting things done. Project engineers generate schedules that make them look good (very little time or resources required to design and deliver a product) but a nightmare for individuals actually performing the work. Requirements constantly change requiring hours of rework, however, delivery date remains fixed. Engineers working on the project get blamed for not meeting unreasonable deadlines."
"Rockwell Collins is a world leader in innovative Avionic products."
"Absolutely THE WORST ES&H culture of ANY company out there. ES&H staff are not given a budget that they control. All spending goes through facilities management. No one can tell you how much money has been allocated for ES&H and you can't see the budget. You need to beg to get funding for anything. It is obvious that the company wants nothing to do with ES&H and only keeps you around as a scapegoat. ES&H regs are ignored as long as no one is caught. The company talks about ethics being important and even forces you to take ethics classes but acts completely unethically."
"I'd recommend this company to a friend. Overall a great company to work for."
"I have worked for Rockwell Collins\ARINC for over a year as a contractor and while I like my job it is limited by the fact that I am a contractor. The company is great to work for but my role is, as I said, limited."
"I have worked for Rockwell Collins for 15 years as an electronics technician. I have had a good experience working there, with a few exceptions, which is the reason I went back to school to finish my BS. I would recommend working here to anybody."
"I've worked for Rockwell Collins for many years after being caught in an acquisition. In general, the company is a fantastic place to work with great opportunity."
"I have been with this company in excess of 10 yrs. I have been told by upper management that I should have been given a promotion years ago. There is a high turnover of management in my area and every time there is a new manager it's like starting over again. There is no complete training in my area. My reviews have reflected private conversations I had with management and have been used against me. I feel this company discriminates against those with disabilities and allows NO advancement."
"Rockwell is a strong aviation company that I have worked for the last 8 years. They are in a competitive market that is evolving and changing quickly."
"I have started to work in 2009 and the policies are good."
"I have worked at Rockwell Collins for almost 10 years and there are many opportunities for improvement in the current engineering environment."
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