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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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    Good company with plenty of opportunity for advancement and movement. Benefits plans have decreased dramatically in recent years, which is a big negative. If you are already with the company a number of years you feel stuck to see it through to retirement, but if you don't have many years in or were hired in after the big changes to benefits and pension then it's a good company to have on your resume and move on.


    HR is very powerful within GE. You need to be very careful not to make an enemy of someone in HR because they can make life miserable for you.
    No real training opportunities and management is unable to hold people accountable especially in the union environments.

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    HR and Legal need to get a back bone and start holding people accountable, especially in the union environments.

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