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14 hrs ago

Sr Software Engineer – Front end – new

General Electric San Ramon, CA

You will be accountable for building the customer-facing Predix DevOps web application to enable workflow and management of software Continuous… General Electric


14 hrs ago

Sr. Software Project Manager – Field Services – new

General Electric San Ramon, CA

The Software Project Manager will be a part of the Field Service Competency Center team. The team’s overall objective is to enable field service… General Electric


14 hrs ago

Sr Staff Software Program Manager – new

General Electric Company San Ramon, CA

The Sr. Program Manager will be a part of the Field Service Competency Center team. The team’s overall objective is to enable field service… General Electric Company


5 days ago

Staff Software Technical Writer

General Electric Company San Ramon, CA

• Be an expert in documenting processes, installations, etc. for software products within GE. Can create a documentation plan for an entire product… General Electric Company


6 days ago

Staff Software Visual Designer

General Electric Company San Ramon, CA

In this role, you will: • Participates in and begins to influence the business-wide discussions relative to the future direction of design and… General Electric Company


6 days ago

Sr Staff Software Engineer, Mobile

General Electric San Ramon, CA

• Subject matter expert in processes and methodologies with ability to adapt and improvise in various situations. Expert in navigating through… General Electric


6 days ago

Senior Staff Software Engineer

General Electric San Ramon, CA

Lead the software architecture and design efforts across the product/multiple product versions. Lead impact assessment and decision related… General Electric


6 days ago

Sr Staff Software Quality Test Engineer

General Electric San Ramon, CA

• Provides subject matter expertise in quality engineering processes and methodologies with ability to adapt and improvise in various situations… General Electric


6 days ago

Principal Analyst, Secure Development Lifecycle

General Electric San Ramon, CA

You are a skilled security practitioner who enjoys security work and is an expert in applications security principals. In this role, you will be… General Electric


6 days ago

Principal Analyst, Cloud Infrastructure & Platform Security

General Electric San Ramon, CA

You are a skilled security practitioner who enjoys security work and is an expert in cloud infrastructure and platform security principals. In this… General Electric


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    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee in San Francisco, CA
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    I have been working at GE full-time (More than 3 years)

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    Pros

    Stability, it takes a lot to get rid of incompetent people. If you do your job and blindly follow management dogma, you have a good chance of sticking around. The flexible work hours are nice. Decent pay and benefits. Having GE on your resume seems to impress other companies as well. There are good people in the organization, if you can look past a few bad managers.

    Cons

    Poor management - managers seem more interested in image and climbing the corporate ladder then actually solving problems or fostering positive change. Every decision seems to be driven by wall street with no thought to how a business or it's workers can be successful. This company does a poor job of investing back into its businesses or it's people. Training and professional development do not seem to be priorities. Technical people do not seemed to be valued. Only people on a management track.

    Advice to Management

    Set realistic expectations for your workers. There is more to being a successful business than just profit margin. Invest in your people and infrastructure. Having the right technical support,tools and training makes a huge difference. Do not keep incompetent people around, especially managers. This just ruins people's morale.


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