General Atomics Jobs in Washington, DC

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25 days ago

Business Development Manager (USAF)

General Atomics Washington, DC

Ability to foster trust and confidence with customers, to grow and sustain close professional relationships. Ability to… Ivy Exec

25 days ago

Business Development Manager (National Guard Bureau)

General Atomics Washington, DC

of the ANG, and know operational capability and concepts of operation of ANG units. Ability to foster trust and confidence with customers, to grow… Ivy Exec

23 days ago

Department Specialist

General Atomics Washington, DC

General Atomics Electromagnetic Systems (GA-EMS) is a supplier of advanced electromagnetic systems, related power equipment and other high technology… General Atomics

30+ days ago

Manager of Strategic Development - Government Programs

General Atomics Washington, DC

• Responsible for supporting strategic development initiatives for domestic and international defense programs… General Atomics

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    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee in Poway, CA (US)
    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee in Poway, CA (US)
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    I have been working at General Atomics full-time (More than 5 years)


    Good starting pay out of school. Good benefits, paid holidays.


    Politics, Good Old Boys Club atmosphere, managers sleeping with subordinates, giving away Government assets to friends, sexisim, ageism, retaliation for whistle blowing, constant backstabbing from coworkers and management. Lower than cost of living annual pay increases if you make waves. (ie. 2% or less) Wife/Husband swapping while on deployment. Misappropriation of government money and assets. Frequent verbal disparagement from coworkers that goes unchecked by management and HR. Frequent verbal disparagement of gays and lesbians. The culture is one of intolerance.

    Advice to Management

    To make this company a more enjoyable place to work there must be a cleansing of the "Good old boys" culture. Start holding managers accountable for the money they have cost the company over the years due to their inappropriate/ illegal behaviors toward others (women especially), rather than simply moving them elsewhere in the company.

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