"My experience with GE Healthcare has been great. They have a great work culture, and environment."
"I've worked with GE since 2017. I have been sent to the GE headquarters many times for training. If laid off my company says it definitely wants me back in the future to come. I do consider myself the low guy on the totem pole due to the fact I am the newest recruit."
"Great company to work for."
"I have worked in GE Healthcare as contractor for 2 years. Its a good work environment, providing a good work-life balance."
"I've worked for GE Healthcare since 2017. There have been many changes and GE overall has struggled due to business decisions made by the Leadership Team. Overall, my experience at GE Healthcare has been a very positive one in which I've contributed to ROI via Integrated and Strategic MarCom Strategies. The people at GE Healthcare are the best I've worked with in my 20 year career. True teamwork and the ability to learn and foster personal growth. However, advancement opportunities are limited. When your reach a plateau in your career, you are limited as to where you can go next in your career at GE Healthcare. Their is no succession planning, nor Development Plans in place to assist in, nor developing a career path or plan. I've enjoyed working at GE Healthcare and have learned a great deal over the past 3.5 years. I'm grateful my former V.P. of Marketing form Johnson & Johnson recruited me into GE Healthcare."
"Good learning on the various toolset"
"I have worked with GEHC for the last 3 years and work-life balance is amazing. There is always a chance to look at new technologies and learning them to implement them in our workflows."
"It was the world's most admired company a few years ago. Unfortunately, the culture has eroded. There are pockets of good teams and work happening though."
"Great Corporate setting with great mission and vision.."
"Big company with lots of opportunity"
"I worked at GE Healthcare for about 2 years at a location that specialized in the manufacture of CT x-ray tubes and generators. The work was exciting and I had great respect for the employees. Driving change was not easy, and required a great deal of organization and planning to get even small tasks completed. Fifty hours of work a week is standard, and compensation is very competitive."
"I've worked for GE Healthcare for 2 years. Although I gained valuable skills early on, over time it became apparent that the opportunities and incentives to further that professional development are few and far between. Relationships with supervisors are transactional. Proper mentorship is lacking."
"I have worked for GE healthcare for over 14 years and while any company has their ups and downs I have always enjoyed my time with the company. I have had amazing co-workers and managers who have become life-long friends. I am very blessed to have GE Healthcare on my resume."
"GE Healthcare is a good company to work for. I work in an advanced manufacturing engineering group. This is the best group to work for in the company because of the vast skill set of the group as well as the project opportunities. Being in this position I see many different projects throughout GE. That being said GE has some organizational issues that cause a lot of easily avoidable problems within the company."
"I've worked as an apprentice field engineer for almost a year now for GE Healthcare. Its been a great experience overall."
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