So CPI is 6.something percent, real inflation is around 18.something percent. L3H is probably giving out the usual 0-3.something percent raise. Bottom line: Stay at L3H and get poorer. L3H doesn't give a sh$%.
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I like how you think this is new information lol they’ve been the same sh*that’s since the merger.
If you think this is new- you’re an id--t.
The sooner the better!
This pretty much sums it up... taken from a post on Glassdoor:
"L3Harris is okay to work for but they changed a lot we used to be just L3 and then Harris bought us out... we lost a lot of benefits and they don't seem to do as much for the employees..."
I was never the problem at L3H. It's why I left, and when I did, customers were not pleased. It was total chaos when several of us all decided to give our notice.
We walked and taught this place a valuable lesson. Hiring "contractors" and temps to replace us (people who only have retail experience) was a huge mistake.
Did they really think that the level of talent would be the same? (A person with a college degree and years of industry experience vs. a cashier from a warehouse club.)
I did leave. Didn't need your career advise when I did, or now.
Realizing this is an L3H-whiner board, I still can't understand why all you people let L3H live rent-free in your heads... The answer is simple: LEAVE. Companies cannot find workers. Practically all companies are better to work for than this one - led by the Kube, a guy that has gone on record as an unethical cheater... What do you expect? At some point the problem is not L3H - it's the person looking back at you from the mirror...
I never saw a raise. Never received any sort of incentive.
I didn't even see anything during the holidays except for one Chick-fil-A sandwich in a twenty minute "holiday party" held in the cafeteria area.
I've worked for companies that were smaller and family owned that treated me better.
This says something. It's part of why I left L3H.
I just got tired of the games and made a very easy career choice. Best day ever was when I let my so-called supervisor know that I quit. (She was such a horrible leader that she could not even recruit from outside of the company. One person actually said they turned down the offer because of her.)