PAINTER/CARPENTER (Former Employee) – Erie, PA – March 11, 2016
Working at GE was a great experience. I leaned alot and got to freshen up on some skills I hadn't visited in a while. Overall I enjoyed the atmosphere and going to work every day. The compensation & benefits were excellent.
Great place to work. Work from home, deal with a lot of people all over the country. Hours are long but rewarding. There is a flexibility with their management style and able to use the ability to think independently,
Logistics Quality Control (Former Employee) – Erie plant – March 5, 2016
Working at the GE erie plant is a joke. Great paying worst job I have ever had. The management team is probably the worst I have seen in my 15 years of manufacturing experience. Anybody considering the plant should read this. Making that decision to go there was one of the worst I have ever made. Stay away and keep a reliable lower paying job and enjoy life.
I have been very happy with my employment with GE healthcare for the pat 15 years. Unfortunately they are closing my local plant and its not possible for me to relocate my family at this time. So I am seeking employment elsewhere.
Lead Senior Software Engineer (Current Employee) – San Ramon, CA – February 28, 2016
Overall a lot of excitement about creating the industrial internet. Company has a lot of potential, just a little too much corporate process to execute anything efficiently in an agile world. Overall the company has some talented people, but they are spread thinly throughout massive teams.
Switchgear/Generator Repair Technician (Current Employee) – Buffalo, NY – February 28, 2016
Great experiences learning new things everyday. teamwork involves good production an high quality product. Overtime and travel to customer sites., tool allowance, company lunches, exercise facility. Pay is excellent.
excellent work, plenty of overtime, great benifits
Assembly Operator (Current Employee) – East Flat Rock, NC 28726 – February 25, 2016
I recomend this company. Employees have 2 breaks of 10 minutes each, and 30 minutes for lunch. First shifft 7 - 3:30. I learned assemble different varieties of industrial lighting fixtures. Supervisors are very polite and kind.
Financial Services Representative (Current Employee) – Louisville, KY – February 18, 2016
I love working for GE. The people are great and so appreciative to each other. This is a place where you can learn to grow and get some perspectives of what you anticipate or know what you're wanting to do. GE has great opportunities and very mobile. I love our outings, we get to know each other on more personal level.
Great Culture, Inclusive Leadership, State of the Art processes and technology, loved working for GE
SVP & CEO GE Equipment Services Mexico (Former Employee) – Mexico City – February 16, 2016
During my 10 years at GE Capital in Mexico, I led 4 different GE businesses. GE Capital was divesting it´s businesses and I was mandated to take over the business, grow it, improve processes, organization, technologies and behaviors and then either sell the business to a third party or merge it with another GE business. I learnt so much about business transformation, change management, leadership, good business practices, people management and customer relationship management. The hardest part and also the most enjoyable was to keep employees engaged and committed to the business while GE was going through its divestment strategy. I am a team worker and a naturally inclusive leader so I was able to bring these skills into play very effectively. Good internal communications was very important. I also enjoyed all my conversations with the customers and felt very proud when they spoke so well about my team members. I enjoy growing people, growing customers and growing businesses and I was able to accomplish all 3 at GE.
Freedom to innovate, inclusive leadership, GE brand, good learning experiences.