GE
3.6 of 5 1,764 reviews
www.ge.com
Fairfield, CT
5000+ Employees
1892
Company - Public (GE)
Manufacturing
$10+ billion (USD) per year

From turbines to TV, from household appliances to power plants, General Electric (GE) is plugged in to businesses that have shaped the modern world. The company produces -- take a deep breath -- aircraft engines, locomotives and other transportation equipment, kitchen and laundry appliances, lighting, electric distribution and control equipment, generators and turbines, and medical imaging equipment. GE is also one of...More


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  • Why GE?  | 
  • Life at GE  | 
  • Our People  | 
  • Our Products  | 
  • Diversity at GE

At GE, we are builders. It goes beyond businesses, brands and infrastructure. With four businesses and operations in over 160 countries, GE employees have an unparalleled foundation on which to build their careers, their abilities and their dreams. We offer our employees challenging, rewarding careers in dynamic businesses. Our people are the architects of the future. We sit in the front seat of history.

Innovation

From the outset, innovation has been part of GE’s DNA. That means being surrounded by bright, interesting people working together on new and exciting projects. It means trying to find new and better ways of doing things. And it means enjoying a career with extraordinary opportunities and enormous potential.

Leadership & Training

We hire exceptional people and invest in their growth. GE has a culture of continuous learning, thoughtfully designed to enable employees to grow their personal capabilities and reach their full potential. We invest in your education, provide access to experienced colleagues and give you the opportunities to work with intelligent, dedicated people, challenge yourself, and grow.

Global Business

We do business in over 160 countries, giving our employees a literal world of experience. Your opportunities at GE are defined, in part, by the emerging needs of our businesses, customers and clients all around the world, because we go where the opportunities take us. A career at GE offers you access to some of the most exciting and dynamic challenges of your lifetime.

Integrity

Integrity is an essential component of life at GE. It is how we conduct ourselves and how we do business. It is non-negotiable. While some businesses prize results over ethics, we value both. At GE we believe that how you do something is as important as what you do. We provide you with the training and opportunities to enjoy a successful career you can be proud of, now and for the rest of your life.

Citizenship

GE's approach to citizenship is a full-time commitment with the same goals, strategies and accountabilities that drive any other part of our business. GE applies its long-standing spirit of innovation and unique set of capabilities to take on tough challenges in our communities.

 

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Pros: Excellent culture. On the job training helps you learn a lot. A lot of freedom and time. You get to express your thoughts. Mainly you get a lot , I mean a lot of respect. Both inside and outside the organization. Full Review

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Accepted Offer – Interviewed in Oct 2013 Reviewed last week New

Interview Details – I had two phone interviews with previous ITLPs. We discussed things like my technology experience, why I was drawn to the job, etc. It was not a "tricky" interview -- very much just a conversation.Full Interview

Interview Question:
"When have you used technology to make something more efficient?" That's one of the main goals of ITLP but it was kind of a curveball for me. Answer Question

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America's Top Corporations for Multicultural Business Opportunities, DiversityBusiness.com, 2012
Most Admired Companies in Research Science, Black Engineer & Information Technology, 2010
Global 100 Most Sustainable Corporations List (#1), Corporate Knights, 2010
Top 50 Employers - Readers' Choice, Equal Opportunity Publications, 2012
World’s Most Admired Companies, Fortune, 2009

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