Manufacturing Quality and Compliance Manager (Current Employee) – Sterling, VA – July 5, 2017
A stable, well balanced, family-like work environment. While innovation and technology are on the rise that this location, the team finds a way to deliver results, delight the customer, and maintain very good quality standards. Overall -great people and leaders.
Account Manager (Former Employee) – Mobile, AL – July 10, 2018
I enjoyed my time with this corporation. I am currently an employee of Solenis LLC performing my job in a similar industry. The company was fair, but it is very large and our organization was essentially a company on its own within GE.
Quality Process Engineer (Former Employee) – Schenectady, NY – July 9, 2018
interesting work at a place that had been so important in the building and shaping of American technologies. Too bad the main plant has about 1/3 of people working there than when they did 25 years ago.
General Electric has been an overall good experience. I've had the opportunity to do several different jobs, meet and work with bright people from around the world. Some jobs within GE are much more stressful and time consuming than others. It's pretty easy at times to let your work-life balance get skewed far on the "work" side. Overall, I would recommend GE to someone who is looking for a great company that they can grow with.
Lead Accountant, Cincinnati, Ohio (Former Employee) – Cincinnati, OH – June 30, 2018
Competitive salary, amazing benefits, great company culture. I didn't have any major issues/complaints wihile working at GE. I left my role because I wanted to stay at home with my young child for a few years.
Great company to work for benefits are great, teamwork is valued there. They have many programs to go in so that you can advance in your career. Great pay compensation for the employees with raises and bonuses annually.
Great place to work for until GE divested in a few of its divisions. If you fell into one of those divisions, things got uncomfortable. It is for me as the future is uncertain.
Your advancement and how much you like your job really depends a lot on your manager. I happen to have a great one, so I'm lucky there. You do have the opportunity to move to other teams if you'd like to try something else, but again, that depends on which manager you have and whether they'll let you.
Benefits are good, folks have the opportunity to work from home when life's challenges come up. Not sure how much this will change once we're no longer part of parent GE.
Good benefits, some company outings and activities
Technician (Former Employee) – Erie, PA – June 27, 2018
pay is excellent, union protects the people that should be fired. a trained monkey can do almost any job there. culture is one of constant stress, even when there is no reason for it, someone will make your day stressful. they will lay you off regardless of performance while keeping the guy you trained to do your job because hes been at the shop longer.
Senior Field Service Engineer (Former Employee) – Midland, TX – June 19, 2018
I worked in the medical imaging field, servicing CT scanners, PET/CT's , ultrasound units and MRI units. Traveled extensively. Average work day 8-12 hours. "On call" rotation for the weekends. Fast paced, high intensity work load. Find gratification in the work that I do and the people that I can help.