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Manager (Former Employee) –  Erie, PAMay 24, 2014
GETS is the industry leader in developing new locomotives and has a great market share. The teamwork is the key to the success of this company.
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Great place to work.
Material Technical Specialist (Current Employee) –  Ashland, KYJune 4, 2018
Great job, just limited locations.
Good atmosphere. Fast paced. Potential for training and promotion. Bosses and management are fair. Benefits are good.
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A Place to Gain Experience, but Not Make a Career
Global Cost Leader (Current Employee) –  Erie, PAMay 29, 2018
Pros:
1) Management and HR tend to react to employee concerns effectively.
2) Permissive (unlimited) vacation.
3) Summer hours...weekends that begin at 1:00p on Friday during the summer.
4) Collaborative. Invests in technology to facilitate worldwide communication.

Cons:
1) The company remains very political in how employees are promoted and compensated.
2) Very little on-the-job training.
3) Promotes career fluidity. No incentive for expertise or loyalty.
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