assembler , fork lift and over head crane operator
Assembler (Former Employee) – Erie, PA – March 13, 2018
My responsibilities included processing multi-cables complete, fold backs and cut backs, apply heat shrink, boot multi-cables, terminate multi-cables, assemble and build plugs complete. Run quality control on assembled cables then package all quality checked parts for delivery to designated area. Fork lift and over head crane operator
Sourcing Systems Analyst (Former Employee) – Erie, PA – March 8, 2018
This was a contract position. The supervisors are really the worst. Take your work and ideas and call them their own and treat everyone under them like straight garbage. Kinda funny how GE is having Accounting and Financial issues, huh?
MATERIAL SPECIALIST (Current Employee) – Roanoke Va. – March 8, 2018
It is a good place to work, everyone gets along, It's only four people in the building so everyone has enough space to do there assigned jobs, without inconveniencing any other coworker's. I came to this job totally out of my element but with training and classes (provided by the company) I was quickly acclimated into this new field and now it's like not even considered work in my mind more like a daily routine and that makes for a good work environment.
Not Stressful, you are trusted to do your job without being Micromanaged.
Can't wear shorts anymore during the summertime new clothing regualtions.
Project Manager (Former Employee) – Erie, PA – March 1, 2018
Overall GE was an excellent place to grow your career when I first began. However, over the past 3-5 years, the management and direction of the company has declined. It is currently a toxic environment, as confirmed by many who continue to work there. Yet, there is hope the new top leadership will turn the business around.
Inexperienced leadership trainees placed in business critical program roles.
PRODUCT STRATEGY LEADER (Former Employee) – Atlanta, GA – February 26, 2018
You lose a sense of accomplishment working here. You don't ever feel like you are getting anything done, and the customer comes last. You have meetings to plan your next meeting. To make it feel like we are progressing, they come up with a new plan or process to make it feel like progress, but, it just creates more process and less accomplishment
Management, too many policies, too many processes, too much power struggle
Lead Engineering Technician (Current Employee) – Waycross, GA – February 13, 2018
This job is like many others, some days are fast pace and others can be laid back at slower pace. One thing I have learned from this job it takes every member of the team to make the organization successful. I think the hardest part of my job is being able to except somethings are out of my control. The most enjoyable part of my job is to look in my customer face and seeing satisfaction of a job well done.
Senior Technical Project Manager (Current Employee) – Chicago, IL – February 1, 2018
Lack of processes (shocking), standard practices, horrible or lack of communication that is sending people into a million directions, employees encouraged to over commit which causes consistently missed deliveries.
People in the transportation industry are truly awesome people
Micro management at the staff mgmt level, staff mgmt back talking (unwarranted) about teams/individuals, staff mgmt has double standards, MIA staff mgmt...
Lead Systems Engineer (Former Employee) – Houston, TX – February 1, 2018
It is good environment work place. The most I like at GE is remote engineering system that you can login internet anywhere in the world and do engineering work such as approve drawings, create specs, etc.