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Technology Leader, Manufacturing Technologies

General Electric Company Niskayuna, NY

• Manage a staff of laboratory managers and technologists by advising on a full range of human resource activities including: hiring, project… General Electric Company


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Global Technology Leader (m/f) Aero Systems

General Electric Garching bei München

- Build mutually beneficial relationships with a broad group of key external stakeholders. Represent the… General Electric


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    A company that makes you feel proud.

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    Pros

    GE is a company that is on the leading edge of technology and innovation. Every day I worked at GE I felt proud that I was working for a company that developed class-leading technology to address global needs around the world. You truly feel like you are making a difference in the world around you.

    GE is also great advocate for flex-work arrangements. Although the hours are often long, and travel is sometimes extensive (depending on your role), it was comforting to know that I could adjust my work location to accomodate my family needs.

    Cons

    As a publically traded company, GE is often forced to respond too quickly to the reactions of Wall Street. In my time at GE I have seen wave after wave of layoffs of some very valuable and experienced people just so that the business could report better numbers for the year. The result is that those remaining face a dramatic increase in workload with no decrease in expectations. Then when the market turns, as it always does, there is not enough staff to support the growth.

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    In a perfect world, it would be great if GE could set more realistic expectations with Wall Street. Since we know that is impossible in today's economy, it would be recieved well by the employees if GE demonstrated a little more loyalty and support to their employees. Award positive behaviour more rigourously, better communicate if changes are coming, do a better job of giving employees opportunities for advancement.