Working at U.S. Army

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How do employees review their experience at U.S. Army?

Overall, employees review their satisfaction with U.S. Army as 3.7 out of 5. U.S. Army earns the highest marks for Pay Transparency with a score of 4.1 out of 5. Conversely, employees rate the company lowest for Fair Pay, giving it 3.5 out of 5 in this area. Our research shows that Company Outlook and Appreciation are the main drivers of employee satisfaction generally, suggesting that U.S. Army, with scores of 3.5 and 3.9 respectively, should have higher overall employee satisfaction and lower rates of turnover. Learn More

U.S. Army Reviews

Q: What is it like working at U.S. Army?

Maintenance Supervisor in Richmond:
"Overseeing all maintenance activities to make operational."
Pros: Mentoring, counseling, teaching.
Cons: Hours of operation.

Army Officer in Boston:
"Challenging and rewarding."
Pros: The versatility of the people I work with, as well as serving my country.
Cons: Loss of years of quality family time.

Intelligence Officer in Tucson:
"Cutting Edge."
Pros: It is a dynamic work environment that is constantly changing.
Cons: Progression is lock step that does not reflect the abilities of the individual.

Army Staff Sergeant, Infantry (Light Infantry) in Muskegon:
Pros: Lead and train soldiers to be proficient and competent. Mentor them everyday on how to be a good leader in every situation possible.

Operations Manager in Denver:
"Army Operations Manager."
Pros: I am able to contribute to the decision making process of what my battalion does on a daily basis. I also advise the commander on what is or can be more effective. My view point is valued and changes are made on a regular basis to improve productivity and the welfare of the Soldiers in our organization.
Cons: Nothing.

Logistics Specialist in Washington:
"Logistics Management."
Pros: The organization itself and the "will get it done" attitudes. Failure is not an option.
Cons: The rank structure. Waiting on "open slots" to get promoted no matter what your knowledge is base on. The wait is long and outdrawn, it breaks down the morale because you work so hard to advance.

Logistics Management Specialist in Huntsville:
"Great Responsibility With taking Self Initiative."
Pros: All the knowledge you need is in regulations, you only need to search and read. There is no guessing when making decisions. The family atmosphere allows for each to share the burden of others, Knowing that a single employee can change the outcome of million dollar projects. The self worth.
Cons: Complex amount of different tasks to accomplish mission. Must be able to multi task at all times. Required mandatory training repeated each year. Longer hours than most want to put in. The mission doesn't end at the strike a 5pm the job is a way of life where you must commit your free time as well as your on the job time.

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