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28 days ago

Biomedical Technician II - Greenwich, CT

GE Healthcare Greenwich, CT

/essential functions include: • With minimal supervision, evaluate progressively complex, customer biomedical equipment issues, implement… GE Healthcare


10 days ago

Government Operations Manager

GE Medical Systems Information Technologies Boston, CT

• Participate in the development of the Medicaid, VA/DOD, FSS, and commercial contract pricing strategies. • Identifies and resolves compliance… GE Medical Systems Information Technologies


9 days ago

Software Engineer

GE Healthcare Park Ridge, NJ

Duties include (but are not limited to): • Working closely with systems and product management teams in requirements gathering and software design… GE Healthcare


11 days ago

Sales Specialist Neurology

GE Healthcare Long Island City, NY +2 locations

• Compiling lists of prospective customers and sales leads. Follow up as necessary • Working with account managers to increase prospects and drive… GE Healthcare


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    Former Employee - Director  in  Waukesha, WI
    Former Employee - Director in Waukesha, WI

    I worked at GE Healthcare full-time for more than a year

    Pros

    The brand looks fantastic on a resume. Benefits are good and pay is also good.

    Cons

    Brutal work environment. Turn and burn (80 hr work weeks) if things are going well and absolutely HELL when things are not. LOTS of unnecessary layers of opinions, politics, passive aggressive behavior and CYA across the org. If you are not an absolutely god at powerpoint - you will not succeed here. I have seen much of the top talent from the industry be hired in only leave this place in 12 months or less because of the negative environment.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    The days of management by intimidation, telling people what to do and watching them do it, went out at the turn of the century. Paradox with what you should be teaching at Crotonville. Take a hard look at the new workplace and next generation of leaders needed or the stock will stay in the ~$30 range for the next century.

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