"Cool place to work. Learned a lot!!"
"GE is a great place to start a career, but is difficult to move up. Pay is great, but it is easy to get lost in the crowd. Company seems so big that it gets in its on way."
"The CEO is not the plant manager. The facility lacks any desire to motivate you to greatness. They constantly find flaws with no concrete plan to help you improve. They also don't use facts when forming opinions, a big negative. If you aren't trained, then it's your fault. If you try to get innovative, you get squashed for not maintaining concensus. If HR and the plant manager were changed out, it would be a great place to work. Hourly folks are solid, but can pit managers against each."
"It was a pleasure to work for them. My contact person was very supportive and helpful. She even took us out to lunch a few times. If I ever had any questions the answer was only a phone call away. The compensation was fair, but unfortunately no benefits or paid time off was offered. I would recommend GRT as a contractor to anyone who is looking for a job."
"I've worked for GE for 9 years. It's a great global company with lots of opportunities. You just need to be able to digest all the pieces at lightning pace and seek the best position to fit in a matrix organization!"
"I have been an engineer for over 30 years and have worked a good bit as a contractor. I didn't know the Dilbert jokes about how contractors were true until I worked here. Treated like 2nd class citizens and treated with suspicion. The office space upstairs in AP1 was the nastiest place I ever worked. The dust on the cabinets was so deep it had texture, like a moon scape.Enjoyed my work and my coworkers. First supervisor was great, 2nd was a 'cover my ass' snitch, would betray my confidence."
"GE has their very own culture and it was an amazing experience working for them."
"I've worked with GE Since 2008, I had good exposure to work and comfortable work environment."
"At GE you get to work with some of the best people out there. The workplace is competitive but fosters teamwork. You have a lot of control over your own career and the ability to try new things. GE supports continued education and encourages involvement in the community."
"GEs thousands of locations and payroll the size of many countries, is being heavily influenced by the roller coaster economy. Driving sweeping changes driven by the CEO, called Simplification, albeit a good idea implementation is managed seemingly unchecked by junior leaders with a reckless abandonment. Eager to please the boss, hot rods are staggeringly laying off thousands of GEs top talent. Simplification will either be the best thing ever for GE, or resolute devastation."
"I have been working for GE Winds for about 12 months. They have a great and well organized work environment."
"GE was a good company to work for, the water division was run by folks that do not understand the business. part of the problem of being an acquisition."
"I have worked for AeroTek since Jan 2013 at Ge/Wayne Oil and Gas as a Point Of Sale (POS) software tester. The position has allowed me to learn about POS supporting Gas Station / Convenience store operations. The position has given me the opportunity to learn QAComplete and TFS."
"Worked for GE Global Research for almost a year. Great place, and the perks of the HQ are amazing! What a wonderful atmosphere, open work environment, and did I mention that there is free pizza on Fridays and many free drinks during the day All in all, a very technically challenging position with compensation and sound leadership."