Field Service Technician (Former Employee) – Rockville, MD – May 20, 2017
When it comes to on-campus dining, facilities services, sport arenas and conference center services, Aramark is the real head of the class. Partnering with close to 600 colleges and universities throughout the United States, we strive to provide the best residential, retail, and catering options, service and facilities for students, faculty and administrator. Our programs are second to none in their innovation, excellence and results. As part of our commitment, we are determined to build and develop the best team of professionals in the industry - people who aren't afraid of spearheading change, who know how to lead and who appreciate endless opportunity.
Sr. Project Manager (Former Employee) – Billerica, MA – September 5, 2017
The company is very focused in training their employees. From the very beginning you will be trained in their technology so you can succeed. That is if you get in. Their interviewing process is very long and very hard to get in. But once you get in, their will train you to be a leader.
Assembly Line Worker (Former Employee) – Decatur, AL – August 29, 2017
I was hired through a temporary service that was told I would be hired on after three months and was not hired through the company. The training was not done by a manger, they had other workers do this process, which made the assembly line hard to continue a process of the work time line.
Senior Enterprise Information Architect (Former Employee) – Niskayuna, NY – August 24, 2017
Global Research is a great place to work if you are motivated by helping scientists achieve great things. That said, the IT department was poorly managed, fraught with leadership turnover, inter-leadership personality conflicts, uninspiring leaders focused on personal survival, and not in tune with 21st century IT culture. The integration of the IT Staff into GE Digital was poorly executed with confusing and false messaging. GE Digital seems to have no use for the former GE Global Research IT staff.
Great pay, High Performance Computing, inspiring internal customers (researchers)
antiquated culture, poor leadership, lack of direction, stench of fear and layoffs
Manager/Implementation Lead (Former Employee) – Cincinnati, OH – August 23, 2017
They don't hold staff accountable for performance. Mid-management works extra to carry the load. Upper management pushes performance pressure, cost cuts and prospective work to mid-management. HR priority is giving everyone a trophy for doing nothing. They are inexperienced - and making the judgement calls instead of allowing management to do the job they were hired to do. They will pressure you to clean up the problems, then sell you short by sending your work elsewhere (over seas) for cheaper service on the drop of a hat.
job security, work load, cut throat management, entitled staff
Assembler/Coater (Former Employee) – Fort Worth, TX – August 22, 2017
morning Huddle on the previous days activities then had the goal for the day planned and we spread out to our different work stations at the radiator cab and it takes about 8 hours to run all the wiring and fans as well as water tanks on two cabs , which is the goal on a daily basis.
Compute Leader/Senior Program Manager (Former Employee) – Detroit, MI – August 21, 2017
GE is a fantastic company to be with, probably the best company I have ever worked. They allow you to take on as much responsibility as you want. All you have to do is raise your hand. Help is always available, if you need it. Networking is key to your success. Work from Home is absolutely OK. You are responsible for your time, your calendar usually drives your day. GE is a very flat organization and although there are different levels of management, your 'level' is not important in day-to-day life. It is your responsibility to keep your work up to date and current. You are also responsible for helping everyone around you to be successful.
Project Manager (Current Employee) – Maryland – August 20, 2017
All about reporting numbers every week on calls to review and project revenue. The company tends to focus more on revenue then solve basic issues like getting all factories to operate under one operating system and process. Fine tune a process, take care of your customers and revenue will happen on its own!
Great benefits and experience
The Job demands a lot of time management and isn't conducive to having a family.
Production Worker (Former Employee) – Decatur Al – August 19, 2017
I would love the job if it wasn't temp. So many great employees waited almost 18 months to be hired on and were only making 8.00 per hour. Other than that it is a great place to work and I absolutely loved the management.