Service Engineer (Current Employee) – Gaithersburg, MD – October 23, 2017
GE is trying to shed some of the legacy of being GE but it is a slow process. Many parts of the company give lots (maybe too many) options for a career path. If you are very flexible and can move around, the paths are unlimited.
National Accounts Director (Former Employee) – Waukesha, WI – January 11, 2018
Had to learn to do more with less resources year over year as they continued to downsize or right size to the market conditions. Great working with teams that were engaged and self motivated to take care of customers and provide a long term solution.
Director of Service (Former Employee) – Sacramento, CA – January 10, 2018
GE is a hyper-competitive company where employees get to work with and learn from the best. It is difficult to sustain the pace.and burn-out is common. It can be very difficult to have any type of work-life balance
worked for a company that was acquired by GE. the culture of the company prior to GE acquiring was awesome. GE definitely changed things but certainly paid well and provided many perks to their employees.
Trainer/Engineering Support/Production (Former Employee) – PHX, AZ – January 7, 2018
Resources, production schedules and Management issues created multiple problems for production floor employees. Quality and environment safety issues. Employee resources and sick time allowance was minimal.
Fast Paced, energetic environment, making a difference in moments that matter
Engineering QA Manager Imaging Subsystems (Current Employee) – Milwaukee, WI – January 2, 2018
GE Healthcare is not for everyone. A strong culture where the only constant is change and a drive for continuous improvement based on data. GE has traditionally been a place where if you see a need you can fill you can do the work.
Production Associate (Current Employee) – Aurora, OH – January 1, 2018
relaxed placed to work not very faced paced.non union they don't seem to really value seniority or employees that have years of service have seen too many people with 10-15 yrs let go for minor infractions.
no union dont seem to value workers with seniority
GE is a good company but lacks career growth options.
Database Support Engineer (Current Employee) – Hillsboro, OR – December 29, 2017
GE is a solid highly professional operation as you might expect given its size and history. However, the trade-off for job stability is career stagnation. Advancement is only offered by job changes and not encouraged by training or education opportunities. The caliber of employees you work with is not as high as a place like Intel or Apple, but still very high. The management team changes often and each new regime promotes the same theme with a new look. No real progress toward growth as the attitude favors cost savings over outcomes. This means that we are understaffed to the point where we do not have the time to learn new technologies or replace ancient code bases. There is no depth of experience as this is a non-valued commodity, our best engineers have been forced out by relocation demands or just left as better opportunities from outside easily cherry-picked our ranks. Many people have been here for 10+ years with little or no advancement.
Stable, low pressure
Lack of career growth opportunities, training, and education.