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14 days ago

Senior Analyst, Compensation and Benefits

General Electric Company Singapore

•Collaborate closely with the HR business partners in Healthcare and Aviation, country HRM’s and Talent Recruitment teams in the country to… General Electric Company


7 days ago

Intern, Human Resources - GE Global Growth & Operations

General Electric Company Singapore

- The Intern, Human Resources will support the Talent Recruitment Function in their projects and day to day work. - Interns will have project(s… General Electric Company


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    Pros

    You'll get to do and touch lots of stuff, so you can rack up lots of experience in a short time. If you're competent, and a go-getter, you can get promoted fairly quickly as well. Lots of training opportunities (e.g., management, Six Sigma, Lean, etc). If you drink the GE "Kool-Aid" long enough, they'll even send you to Crotonville, which is pretty spiff.

    Cons

    Sometimes, however, you'll get promoted because of the massive #fail happening above and around you. Your boss will often change every 18-24 months, and occasionally, they will back-fill with someone who has an MBA, but no clue or common sense about technology OR business. Lots of politics, especially if you work for one of the major business divisions (as opposed to Corporate). Communication from the top down is almost non-existent. Corporate will mandate stuff, but won't say why we have to do it, and will provide no funding to do it with. Everyone is a special snowflake, and everyone gets a trophy for showing up.

    Advice to Management

    Bring back Jack Welch. Let the businesses run themselves. Hire leaders at all levels who have some common sense and some independent thoughts. Stop with the one-size-fits-all approach to the different businesses--they're all different, and have different cultures. Trying to cram them into one big box isn't working.


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