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I worked at GE Capital full-time (More than 3 years)
Capital focused a lot on career growth and development. GE management courses in Crotonville were state of the art and extremely well taught. Employees were polished and over all, pretty happy. Benefits were great as well.
Company would make changes, nearly over night. Pivoting was a key word so changes would take place and would need to get executed leaving little work/life balance when they happened.
Advice to Management
Great focus on career development but no real focus on personal needs of employees. There should be a little flexibility for employees to enjoy time with their families.
I applied online. The process took 4 weeks. I interviewed at GE Capital (Norwalk, CT) in May 2013.
It was very long. I met with my (future) supervisor, her supervisor, and her supervisor. This was after a phone interview with an off-site HR company that screens for GE employees. Last I met with HR - I thought to iron out salary, etc., but it was an actual interview, going through my resume etc.