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Boeing Stalks Innocent Civilians

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Boeing has been participating in the organized stalking of innocent American civilians for at least the past 14 years. They have terrorized many families and their management sees nothing wrong with this horrific behavior. Perhaps that is one of many reasons why Boeing's nickname in the industry is "The House of Scandal"!!!
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Advancement is difficult.

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The salary is somewhat low for the market, but there are a lot of perks with relocation, 401k, health, gym membership and only having to work a 40 hour work week for the most part.
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Anonymous

The benefits and pay are fantastic but layoffs are a problem.

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Politics can play a big role in advancement, Older employees don't like to change, work life balance not always the best.
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Anonymous
2.8

It is a very large company

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There is very little in the way of long term incentives now that benefits have been gutted for regular or executive employees, so expect to see management make decisions based on short term savings, including layoffs/hiring.
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Anonymous
2.4

wow

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They need to pass out early retirements to all the old timers to lazy to work hard and to complaicent to teacher their tricks
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Ineke

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Boeing is implementing a new health program that requires Salaried employees to get a statement from their doctor listing weight, blood pressure, Diabetes or any other health issue they may have. They than expect you to turn this information over to a third party that will develop you a health plan that will give you directions, if you do not meet their goals, you will be charge more for health insurance. This does not take into consideration family history like high blood pressure and type II Diabetes. This does not take in consideration that your doctor is happy with your condition. This is another political movement towards socialism and political correctness. This policy does not affect the union represented employees, just non union. I started at Boeing 35 years ago, with a company that was caring, what we have now is a bunch of wimps as leader's trying to put the blame for this medical crisis on the employees.
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Someone

A lot of seniors are expected to retire.

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They can't retain new employees and talent seems to go elsewhere, leaving unqualified people in charge.
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Someone
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There can be a crazy amount of beaurocracy!

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It is a big company. it can be easy to become stagnant if you are not ambitious. It doesn't feel personal.
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Someone

managers are unfair and talk in circles

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I was laid off and denied right of return then spent two years applying for job all the while they knew I would never be hired, they lied to me. The Boeing managers I worked for were anti Bush and hated the war all I cared about was my sons safe return. I was told to call my son in Iraq and tell him to mail back a box of candy because as an agent of Boeing I was forbidden to gift federal employees and as a Marine my son was considered a federal employee. As a father of two Marines serving in Iraq and Afghanistan I found this very offensive but I paid the price anyway.....Boeing does not care about the military and the families left behind all the while Boeing makes Billions on the war. I recommend they read their own code of ethics that they proudly pronounce that they follow
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Someone
1.75

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I am in staff meeting and the manager looks at me and says that we are forbidden to send soldiers in Iraq gifts for Christmas because as procurement agents we are forbidden to gift federal employees. But it was my son I said, I was told to call my son in Iraq and tell him to mail back the box of cookies, soup and beef jerky I sent him. I'd cry if this wasn't so stupid and this is management!
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