Happiness score is 58 out of 100
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About the company

  • CEO
    Lynn Bamford
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  • Founded
  • Company size
    5,001 to 10,000
  • Revenue
    £730m to £4bn (GBP)
  • Industry
    Machinery Manufacturing
  • Headquarters
    Charlotte, NC
  • Link
    Curtiss-Wright website
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Rating overview

Rating is calculated based on 331 reviews and is evolving.



Assembly Operative in Christchurch, Dorset
on 26 August 2018
nice and friendly place
place which gives a lot of opportunities to learn something new. Give you a chance to work in an aerospace environment. Helpfully staff, good managers
Assembly Operator in Christchurch
on 26 January 2022
Most people there feel underpaid and under valued apart from the people there that get paid for just turning up
Good for blaggers as the place is full of them. 20% of the workforce do nothing and get paid for it. Terrific place to work if you want to be stressed out watching certain people do nothing.
Factory Worker in Christchurch, Dorset
on 20 August 2021
Worst corporation EVER
When I started to work here it looked like they're treating everyone with respect and dignity. Didn't realise how mistaken I was. Way too many two faced backstabbers. Management have no idea what's going on no support whatsoever. Equipment outdated even me (born 1984). Good luck to get to work by bus from city centre and enjoy over hour trip back home. Ca
Assembly Worker in Christchurch, Dorset
on 13 July 2021
If you want a poorly paid assembly job with no career prospects then this is the place for you
Very poorly paid assembly work, only good thing is the new(ish) facility. Very little or no career progression, rewards and recognition are also very poor for such a large company.HR department spend more time arranging out of work events rather than dealing with important matters in work.Poor management from top to bottom and culture on shop floor reflects this.Workers paid unskilled wages to carry out semi skilled and skilled proceduresLow morale on shop floor caused by low wages and poor management There are better places to work , keep searching elsewhere
Shot peening/Machine opperator in Broughton
on 7 October 2020
If you don't know the supervisors or managment. Times numbered.
A few good people work there but most are not nice people. Managment terrible, don't know the job but still want more. They have big ideas but dont ask the people who actually do the job. HR is one of the worst I've ever experienced. Supposed to be neutral but right on the bosses side.

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