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What do you all know about L3Harris Technologies

Hello,

I am looking into an opportunity with L3Harris (L3Harris Technologies). I am happy where I am now, despite of all the stories going on this website, but am okay and doing fine with my boss and team.

However, I have a good offer from L3Harris Technologies, and it is worth looking into.

Be honest with me, do you know anything about L3Harris Technologies? Would you move there or would you recommend it for a friend or colleague? Do you see it as a good company?

Thanks everyone.

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Post ID: @OP+1flsvjtc

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If you are going to the Balboa location, stay away from that location because it is a sweatshop there.

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Post ID: @5syx+1flsvjtc

Stay at GA! You may have to work at LGH. It’s already too late for you

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Post ID: @1pnb+1flsvjtc

@1fwa+1flsvjtc wow, great feedback. As a follow up question, what do you know about l3H in general? Seems to me that your advise is based on GA being non-ideal for long term plans, but how about l3H? I was given the chance to choose any location, so there is no specific location in mind for me, but am interested in there office located in Florida (nice weather).

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Post ID: @1mke+1flsvjtc

Is this the Carlsbad location? If so, it’s not a bad place to be. Lots of smart people and cool work. Everyone knows the writing is on the wall for so many groups at GA and many are making, or have made, their exit strategy. Sure, working with a good team and enjoying working with your boss is massive, but you can’t do that once the programs stop (or move) and you get laid off.

Ask yourself how much effort GA has put into your development and goals, then ask yourself if L3 is hiring you for long-term employment and development. My guess is that L3 sees that you fit perfectly for a role for a long time and they are investing in you. GA does not do the same.

I’d go.

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