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10 days ago

Specialist - Human Resources Transactions

General Electric Company Bangkok +3 locations

• Engage with country and business HRMs to develop, publish, coordinate and distribute range of materials employee communication in order to… General Electric Company

25 days ago

Human Resources 12 Month Placement / Internship

General Electric Company UK Wide

Our internships will start in July or August 2015 for a duration of 12 months. We are currently advertising multiple internship opportunities within… General Electric Company

18 days ago

Manager – Corporate Air Transport

General Electric Company Newburgh, NY

• Effectively interface with functional leaders in GE including Legal, Sourcing, Environmental Health and Safety, Compliance, and Corporate Services… General Electric Company

10 days ago

Technology Leader, Manufacturing Technologies

General Electric 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

22 days ago

HR Intern// GE Global Organization

General Electric Company Moscow

• Provide support serving client base on tactical activities (ranging from ad hoc requests, payroll issues, WF management, immigration related… General Electric Company

4 days ago

Careers in Iraq

General Electric Company Baghdad

Grow Your Career with GE: We are looking for top talent to join 1,500 employees in over 35 countries making Iraq cleaner, healthier and better. We… General Electric Company

22 days ago

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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    GE has a lot of top-notch talent, especially engineers. You can learn a lot, regardless of your career level. People that really wish to be managers can advance if they take the opportunities available.


    The upper management has a major issue of not listening to their subordinates. A great example is the implementation of PLM in GE Power & Water (formerly GE Energy). The engineers & supply managers that had to use it identified many issues with the brand brought in (Enovia), yet upper mgmt. pushed it through without allowing for correction. A loss of productivity over 40% was encountered due to a system that was not ready & did not fit the needs of the business -- the headaches entirely belonged to engineering to correct or work around.

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    GE Management really needs to listen & act upon the concerns of engineers. It is the reason I left. What good is it being an engineer responsible for developing new technologies & furthering improvements if mgmt. just does what they feel like instead of analyzing the data in front of them & working with the engineers to improve things?

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