On average, employees at General Motors give their company a 4.1 rating out of 5.0 - which is 8% higher than the average rating for all companies on CareerBliss. The happiest General Motors employees are Industrial Engineers submitting an average rating of 5.0 and Equipment Services Project Managers with a rating of 4.9.
"Would not recommend. A decent job, but very slow and bureaucratic."
"I've been working for GM as a supplier and as an employee for 14 years. This is a great company to work for. My team is always looking for ways to improve user experience and provide automation for more efficient processes."
"The recent turn around by GM in regards to product quality & styling, performance, labor relations, and financial performance has truly been amazing. It involved relentless hard work of which I am proud of my contributions."
"I've worked for GM for 2 years."
"Great work environment for their IT transformation. They have a lot of potential, and a high expectation to live up to. Very similar to a startup, but with a lot of capital to invest into itself."
"This was a very interesting position, I was part of a team involved with advanced vehicle design of heavy duty trucks using gas and diesel powered powertrains. And also working on European small car and SUV with manual trans."
"I worked for GM since 2007. Its good. Thanks for the great opportunity to work in huge systems. Good Management team. Good roadmap."
"I have quite a few years in with General Motors Company, with increasing responsibilities."
"Awesome place to work as an intern. Great people, great environment."
"Still the good 'ole boys club. Gotta play the corporate game to get ahead. Expect to be working on the same team and same software until you get tired of asking for different challenges and start to look elsewhere. Predominantly Indian workforce, which if you're not familiar with their tendencies can be quite a culture shock."
"GM is a great place to work. The only downside is the tech stack moves slowly."
"Fantastic work and location. Wish that I could be hired in direct. Highly recommended."
"The service desk has a nice family atmosphere to it and that is something I enjoy very much. I believe and so does the company, that the service desk is just a stepping stone towards something better in our careers. I wouldn't have changed a thing about my experience here."
"I have worked for General Motors for nearly 4 years, I was satisfied with my job for about a year, then started requesting transfers but have been denied since. I originally enjoyed the learning of the job, then my job grew to be the Spackle of the group that filled all the gaps everyone else left, because of that my manager has had a hard time letting me move to another position."
"Misrepresented employment. Got cold-called by GM, they asked me if I'd be interested. Applied and got job. Got along great with my boss.One week later, something wasn't going good on some other project. They pulled a developer off that project, and told me I'd be reporting to a different manager and not even doing development anymore! I'd be doing more product configuration than development. I explained to my old manager, new manager, upper management, HR, and nobody cared."
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