Pay is sufficient, flex hours, flexible boss, they take good care of people with family emergencies
401K match, few options in health care, permissive time off for vacation.
GE used to be a company that had the best benefits. Now they are on par (sometimes worse) with all other companies and the high deductible health plans. "Unlimited" vacation is not what you would expect. Most managers expect you to still partially work during your vacation. You can never completely unplug. This was only implemented so GE did not have to pay out vacation when they layed off people off in 2016. Most roles allow the flexibility to work from home (i.e. when kids are sick) if needed which is great.
Good 401k, health insurance, dental insurance, vision insurance, disability, long term care, maternity and paternity leave and other benefits options. Also has a gym and health clinic for employees. Also has permissive leave.
401 match is very excellent. half of your contribution up to 8%, plus an additional 3%
Pay is competitive but medical coverage negates much of that. They do hold an annual holiday party, picnic and volunteer day.
The benefits were fine. Nothing amazing, just the typical benefits package.
Standard packages for 401K and insurance. Most brokerage houses will tell you the GE portfolio they offer is bad performers so keep that in mind. They now offer "unlimited" time off called permissive but you feel bad taking time off as that appears to be used against you. I have heard anyone that is a Senior Band now has to wait three years before they get a raise and when that happens, who knows how much you would get.
GE offers a comprehensive benefits package including "unlimited" time off for many employees.
Benefits aren't bad for a single person but HSA and FSA offerings for families aren't so great.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.