At Sikorsky Aircraft, the work environment encourages and supports professional excellence and rewards outstanding performance. we feel strongly that an employee's pay should directly reflect his or her performance, contribution and value to the company.
As a subsidiary of United Technologies Corporation (UTC), Sikorsky Aircraft shares UTC's pay for performance philosophy and practices. Compensation, performance feedback, and development programs are just a few of the tools used to ensure that excellence is rewarded.
Sikorsky Aircraft offers employees competitive salaries based on skills, experience, performance and compensation awarded in the market for each particular job. Our compensation programs are designed to attract and retain the best people.
Thoughtful planning, assessment, and feedback about performance are critical to the individual's and to the company's success. Our performance feedback process helps managers focus employee effort on areas that contribute to Sikorsky Aircraft's overall success. The process provides for employees to receive ample feedback regarding performance, strengths, and development needs.
The performance feedback process includes:
An employee's overall performance assessment is a valuable input for pay, career and development planning decisions.
We consider an employee's development important to the success of both the individual and company. Through the performance feedback process, employees are able to create an Individual Development Plan to help them improve performance by focusing efforts on areas needing the most development. The plan includes goal statements describing what skill, knowledge or experience will be developed, rationale for why developing these areas is important, and a list of activities that will be done to achieve the goals.
While completing and implementing an IDP can never guarantee success or promotion, We recognize increasing skills and expertise will improve marketability, both inside and outside Sikorsky Aircraft. Sikorsky Aircraft recognizes that career planning is often a difficult task that requires a variety of resources. Our performance feedback process provides the structure and resources for assessing current skills, understanding the company's skill needs, establishing individual goals, and developing an action plan to meet them and improve abilities.