Pros: large company, room to move around
Cons: healthcare is poor, people unwilling to change
My experience with GE Transportation has been less than pleasant. I was hired because of my past experiences with other companies that build/test engines, an agent of change if you will. I quickly learned that there is NO desire by the vast majority of employees in Erie to change. Departments / groups are very segregated (in silos if you will) with very little if any cross function with anyone on the "outside" unless there is "something in it for me". GE even has "inclusiveness" training for their employees where they teach you how to "persuade" your fellow workers to work with you (treat them like they are your kids, make it look like it is their idea, make it look like you are the fool so that they look like they are showing you how to do your job etc.).
Management wants change, yet they pass on the "low hanging fruit" for one reason or another. Overly reactive to the market, changes focus too frequently. Projects NEVER has room for slip (Have to hit a home run EVERY SINGLE TIME).