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Good job

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Former Employee - Systems Administrator in New York, NY
Former Employee - Systems Administrator in New York, NY

I worked at GE

Pros

I liked the work and the people were smart. it was a good place to work.
there were good benefits and pay was stable

Cons

Too much work at times. not much growth options but this was known from the start of my employment. not much bad to comment on .

Recommends
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    Senior management wanted me to be a punching bag for their union.

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    Former Employee - Operations Leader in Schenectady, NY
    Former Employee - Operations Leader in Schenectady, NY

    I worked at GE

    Pros

    The only good reason to work at GE is that their company name is not completely tarnished and the experience looks good.

    Cons

    The company culture at GE is not to do a good job, but to get a promotion. So many people are worried about their next job and not their current job.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Take responsibility for your actions and stop playing the blame game. Focus on making quality products and not on reducing costs.

    Doesn't Recommend
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  2.  

    Very good people, personal and professional growth

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    Former Employee - Global Sales Leader in Atlanta, GA
    Former Employee - Global Sales Leader in Atlanta, GA

    I worked at GE

    Pros

    Good people, corporate processes, onboarding, coaching and mentoring. Great place to build career.

    Cons

    Matrix organization, can be confusing to people who have not worked in this type of organizational environment. "Decisions by commitee." Younger, leadership...too much "inside the box" thinking...not enough external experiences by leadership team. Most manager have spent 8-12 years from college, and then run an organization..the "GE way"

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Simplification and eliminating "red-tape" grew GE when Jack was running the organization. Too many layers. Length of decisions cost money and resources...get back to basics!

    Recommends
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