Your Experience depends on Your Manager
Engineer (Current Employee) – Roswell, GA – February 11, 2019
Your experience at General Motors depends a lot on your manager. Some managers do care about their reports and serve as good mentors to grow them, while some managers don't really care as much. If you happen to work for a manager in the first category, General Motors will offer a very rewarding career as there are lots of opportunities to grow and learn. However, if you have the latter, your experience will not be as rewarding.
Overall, I think the CEO is trying her best to create a culture of trust and respect, but she can't do it alone and it will take some time to break the good "old boys" network mentality.
Great Benefits and market rate compensation, Vacation days and lots of new technology
Lack of mentoring from some managers. Good old boys network is alive and well