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Machinist Class C - 2nd Shift

GE Power & Water Bedford Park, IL

In addition you will: • Perform miscellaneous set-up and machining operations on equipment such as CNC and manual lathes, mills and surface… GE Power & Water

5 days ago

Operations Leader

GE Power & Water Bedford Park, IL

In addition, you will: • Be the first Level supervisor for the hourly technicians • Drive a culture that ensures safety and quality practices… GE Power & Water

6 days ago

PMT Repair Shop Buyer

GE Power & Water Bedford Park, IL

• Be a key player in establishing common part number across all repair shops and drive part usage through collaboration with shop to deliver goals… GE Power & Water

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    Glory days are over

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    Current Employee - Engineer/Technologist in Schenectady, NY
    Current Employee - Engineer/Technologist in Schenectady, NY

    I have been working at GE Power & Water full-time (more than 8 years)


    Gain experience working on global teams in a high technology field. Smart people, very driven, get it done attitude. Able to work on things that impact society.


    In recent years it has become a fear based culture which has resulted in a lot of backstabbing. Long term players are in survival mode. The contributions one makes is not as important as the company you keep. Competitive culture is an understatement. Tough place to go to everyday and be happy. Not a lot of big industry in the area so relocating is the only option if you want out. Winters are brutal in upstate NY.

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    Senior management needs to pause and reflect on where they came from. Too many at the top have no concern for their own employees. While loyalty went out the door decades ago being human hasn't.

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