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20 days ago

BI / ETL Developer

GM Atlanta, GA

The EDW Data Engineer / BI position is a cross-platform technical position requiring applying technical acumen in the delivery of business… GM

9 days ago

Associate Software Developer – Data Integration

General Motors Atlanta, GA

The Associate Data Integration Software Developer solves technical problems and writes the actual code to build and support GM’s Enterprise… General Motors

12 days ago

Senior DBA Manager – Database Innovation Team

General Motors Atlanta, GA

The database innovation team, within Global Database Services, is chartered with providing best-in-class Database Management System (DBMS) technology… General Motors

8 days ago

PeopleSoft Administrator

General Motors Atlanta, GA

The total system ownership of the Enterprise Corporate Functions Operations team is another example of how GM is breaking down the walls of… General Motors

9 days ago

Software Developer – Data Integration

General Motors Atlanta, GA

The Data Integration Software Developer solves technical problems and writes the actual code to build and support GM’s Enterprise Integration needs… General Motors

15 days ago

Adobe CQ Designer

General Motors Atlanta, GA

The Adobe CQ Designer will utilize strong graphic design and Java skills in order to provide an exceptional user experience. The role requires that… General Motors

18 hrs ago

Systems Developer – ILM Data Archiving – new

General Motors Atlanta, GA

The Systems Developer will be responsible for designing and developing critical components of Information Lifecycle Management (ILM) solutions that… General Motors

18 hrs ago

Data Architect – ILM Data Archiving – new

General Motors Atlanta, GA

The Data Architect will be responsible for analyzing source systems, identifying dormant data to be archived and/or purged, and determining the… General Motors

2 days ago

Entry Level - Security Specialist – new

General Motors Atlanta, GA

Information Security and Risk Management teams at GMIT are responsible for ensuring the Enterprise is fully secure from all mannerof cyber threats… General Motors

7 days ago

Senior Java Developer

General Motors Atlanta, GA

An Global Purchasing, Supply Chain & Logistics Senior Software Developer is responsible and accountable for the quality and coding of software… General Motors

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    Innovation couldn't be further from the truth! Georgia IT Innovation Center

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    Current Employee - Business Analyst  in  Roswell, GA
    Current Employee - Business Analyst in Roswell, GA

    I have been working at General Motors full-time for more than a year


    8000 in tuition reimbursement. Salaries are on the higher end of the low-midpoint range.


    Building is overcrowded. Not enough bathrooms, especially for women. Things are always broken and no one is in a rush to fix them. Trash is barely picked up. Bugs. No cafeteria. Prides itself on being a "start up environment", but does not understand the meaning of the phrase. They think that start up means that they don't have to provide any amenities to their employees. Working from home is frowned upon. If you want employees to be in the office everyday, you must provide normal amenities to them (coffee cups, stirrers, cafeteria, bathroom facilities, clean facilities, enough parking, etc.). Counterparts in Michigan do not listen - they just try to boss people around and blame others for their mistakes, instead of fixing them.

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    Truly embrace the word innovation. Allow your talented employees to shine and bring new ideas to life in the company. Attrition is high, especially in the Georgia Innovation Center. They are being ran away by too much bureacracy, too many rules, too much focus on the appearance of work and not actually getting the work done, and too much expectation to do the jobs of multiple people without any appreciation or acknowledgement. Listen to the experts that you hired. We are not contractors, therefore, the expectation for us to work like the contractors who were there before without the hourly compensation they were receiving needs to end. There are several other employers in the Atlanta area who pay more and provide a much more satisfying work experience.

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