Greedy place to work. Cut hourly employees play and hand out millions to execs.
Provided lots of training. Very stable.
Answered - Inside salesman/estimator (Former Employee) - El Paso, TX
GE Pension, good health care, good vacation plan
Answered - Product Quality Engineer (Former Employee) - Lynn, MA
Wages, health benefits
Answered - Floater, Head Mechanic (Former Employee) - Warren, OH
Sveral key benefits were: retirment program, health care, company car, cell phone, computer, and a job review process.
Answered - Sales Development Manager (Former Employee) - Cleveland, OH
Health care, dental, etc
Answered - Scientist (Former Employee) - New York, NY
Answered - EHS Technician (Former Employee) - Louisville, KY
Excellent Medical and Dental, Pension, 401K
Answered - Executive Receptionist and Diversified Services (Former Employee) - Fairfield, CT
I was a contract employee, therefore; no benefits provided.
Answered - Environmental Support Technician (Former Employee) - Grand Rapids, MI
Company is being phased out. In 1974 employees numbered approx. 16,000. Now approx. 4,500
Answered - Laborer/Operator (Former Employee) - Erie, PA