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16 days ago

Java/C++ Software Developer

General Motors Phoenix, AZ

The Global Product Development-IT team develops and deploys the tools used by engineers around the globe to design and build the world’s best… General Motors


10 days ago

Software Developer – Data Integration

General Motors Warren, MI

The Data Integration Software Developer solves technical problems… fashion. The Software Developer understands ETL, EAI and SOA technology. This… General Motors


13 days ago

Senior Software Development Lead

General Motors Austin, TX

GM is enabling the IT transformation by driving latest technology trends into software development and testing… General Motors


22 days ago

Senior Software Developer

General Motors Austin, TX

A Tools and Automation Software Developer is responsible and accountable for the quality and coding of software… General Motors


17 hrs ago

Software Developer - Data Integration – new

GM Austin, TX

The Senior Software Developer solves technical problems and writes the… Software Develop GM


22 days ago

Software Developer – Data Integration

General Motors Atlanta, GA

The Data Integration Software Developer solves technical problems… . The Software Developer understands ETL, EAI and SOA technology. The Data… General Motors


4 days ago

Software Developer – Data Integration

General Motors Phoenix, AZ

The Senior Software Developer solves technical problems and writes the… Software Develop General Motors


19 days ago

Java Software Developer

General Motors Warren, MI

Global Product Development IT designs and develops solutions enabling computer-aided engineering, design, and test as well as mobile applications… General Motors


5 days ago

PLM Software Developer

General Motors Warren, MI

closely with the Global Product Development Engineering group to develop software and systems enabling Engineering… General Motors


9 days ago

Planning Tools Software Developer

General Motors Atlanta, GA

This Software Developer role is a senior level developer position. This Software General Motors


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    Good benefits, Overall depends on department and manager

    • Comp & Benefits
    • Work/Life Balance
    • Senior Management
    • Culture & Values
    • Career Opportunities
    Current Employee - Software Developer  in  Austin, TX
    Current Employee - Software Developer in Austin, TX

    I have been working at General Motors full-time for more than a year

    Pros

    Great benefits (401k, decent health care, 16 holidays, and 3 weeks PTO)
    Opportunity to shape IT process
    Nice diverse talent with an even mix of young, mid career, and senior staff
    Company is making an effort to turn itself around since restructuring after bankruptcy

    Cons

    While you have a chance to shape IT process, it doesn't exist or has so much red tape it is a headache to overcome.

    The company sells itself as being agile with a lot of opportunity to create new innovation. The reality is much of the work in the immediate term and next 5 years will be cleaning up the mess of decades of contractors and poor coding standards.

    Some managers and departments are blatantly abusing college hires. When hired, these employees are put into a special bucket with decent raises for the first three years. In some instances these employees are given lead responsibilities (or the whole ROLE) and expected to perform at that level. For those that can handle the additional work it is a great opportunity. Unfortunately they receive the same wage and raises as their non-lead college hires counterparts. HR does not allow these employees who take on higher role work and excel at it to be reclassified and given proper compensation.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Try to cut down on the red tape and push for that innovation you strive for.

    Stop taking advantage of college hires. These kids talk and word spreads. You don't want to be known as "that" company to avoid. After three years, these rookie draft picks that took on extra responsibilities and proved their worth will leave for the competition to get PAID!

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