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Clinical Support Analyst

GE Medical Systems Information Technologies Princeton, NJ

- Support internal audits and regulatory inspections as needed by providing requested regulatory documents and all other inspection activities as… GE Medical Systems Information Technologies

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Clinical Supplies Specialist

GE Medical Systems Information Technologies Princeton, NJ

-Responsible for documentation related to basic job purpose tasks -Contribute to efficiency and quality aspects of Clinical Research through the… GE Medical Systems Information Technologies

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    GE Healthcare Lifesciences bedeviled by personnel from former acquisitions

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    Former Employee - Manager in Piscataway, NJ
    Former Employee - Manager in Piscataway, NJ

    I worked at GE Healthcare full-time (more than 3 years)


    Work-Life balance: Favored employees are allowed to abuse medical time off and work from home policies. If you are competent and conscientious at your job, or you are from a newly acquired company, you will not be a favored employee.
    Benefits: The GE benefits package is very good if you can keep your position.
    Perks: If your personal agenda coincides with that of a Manager, GE will allow you to pursue it during work hours.


    GE Lifesciences doesn't develop new products; it advances itself by acquiring companies. Unfortunately, personnel from GE's acquisition of Amersham in 2005 have not accepted the acquisitions as opportunity; they have instead viewed any new acquisition as a threat to their view that "It was better before GE took us over' (direct quote). They are in position to target new personnel for dismissal and do so. There is absolutely no emphasis on "Talent Retention". Advancement opportunities are denied to new acquisitions; training in GE procedures is minimal; if you try to move within GE the former Amersham personnel will try to block any such move.

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    Changing the prevailing corporate culture of Amersham personnel suppressing new acquisitions will require the drastic measure of firing former Amersham personnel that have had any supervisory capacity.

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