401 K is .5 match up to 8% (4% total), and 3% company retirement contribution Poor health coverage
The best thing was the relocation assistance that they offered. They helped pay majority of my rent and gas money in the form of a large stipend at the beginning.
Flex hours are great because you're supposed to be in the office 10-2, but the rest of your hours are up to you. They also are accommodating to people that need to work from home or leave to take care of their families.
Not much company perks and definitely not a millennial type workplace. Their 401k program matches up to 8% of your eligible compensation that you elect as Pre-tax, After-tax or Roth contributions. In addition to your 8% match, GE will also contribute 3%. Unlimited vacation/personal illness/business known as permissive time off (if your manager approves it). Depending which department you're in you can enjoy this perk with no shame if you deliver and meet all of your deadlines; if you're in Supply Chain then you're doomed to not use it as much.
They have great benefits and they have great matching 401 plan. It is overall a great company to work and retire for.
Interns got housing assistance, definitely awesome.
average to mediocre health insurance
If hired before ~2008, vested in pension in addition to 4% company match 401k; progressively worse health insurance offerings; "unlimited" time off w/ manager approval; flexible work arrangements; 10 paid holidays; professional development offered;
The 401K has a 50% match up to 8%, which is effectively 4%. Benefits have gotten more constrictive as the company has had increasing cost pressure. Health is relatively expensive for what you get from it.
facilities are good, but the place feels dated, and no security
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