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GE Transportion is a fun place to work for
Transportation Technician (Current Employee) –  Tiffany Springs, MOApril 21, 2014
A typical day at work is a good day for me a work.I learned how to be safe at work because I work around a lot of danger equipment like over head crane that we use to move train motors I think that my co worker are the bomb they are very good co worker.The hardest part of my job is getting bye the morning hours sometime been at work 2 in the morning is kinda rough at times the most enjoyable part of the job is getting of hitting the clock and going home tried
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Was not a nice place work
Locomotive Electrician (Former Employee) –  Erie, PAApril 19, 2018
Worked there for 20 years. Now im retired they ran GE transportation in the ground they never had the parts on hand to do the work. Treated people like they were stupid lazy . Blaming the worker for their miss management
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Good pay
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Managment poor leadership no people skills
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Great Company to intern at and gain valuable experience
Reliance Implementation Leader (Former Employee) –  Erie, PAApril 19, 2018
Typically worked 8 hour days. Learned a considerable amount of things related to my field and corporate culture. The management is great and wants to help you succeed.
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