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2 days ago

SAP Developer – new

General Motors Austin, TX

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2 days ago

Senior SAP Developer - Austin, TX – new

General Motors Austin, TX

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3 days ago

IT Project Manager – new

General Motors Austin, TX

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7 days ago

Senior Web Developer

General Motors Austin, TX

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13 days ago

WebSite Mid-level Developer

General Motors Austin, TX

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13 days ago

Sr Oracle DBA

General Motors Austin, TX

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13 days ago

Software Engineer

General Motors Austin, TX

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13 days ago

Software Developer Data Integration

General Motors Austin, TX

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13 days ago

Senior Business Analyst - CRM

General Motors Austin, TX

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13 days ago

Senior Applied Operations Research Scientist

General Motors Austin, TX

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    Great company and benefits - Management...not so much

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    Former Contractor - Project Manager in Austin, TX
    Former Contractor - Project Manager in Austin, TX

    I worked at General Motors as a contractor (Less than a year)

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    No opinion of CEO

    Pros

    People are great and like working there, I hear benefits are great, time off is great, money is great as contractor and varies as employee, flexible hours, satisfying work

    Cons

    Can be long hours, and one manager can determine your fate and hurt morale of teams, even if everyone else loves you and wants you to stay at company

    Advice to Management

    Don't allow one director or manager to have power to get rid of someone when the person's manager and teams really want to keep that person who is dependable, a hard worker, and communicates well with the teams. Let person know about a minor concern that can easily and quickly be fixed rather than create instant distrust, disrespect, anger, and fear on the team by letting the person go.


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