Mission: GE (NYSE: GE) works on things that matter. The best people and the best technologies taking on the toughest challenges. Finding solutions in energy, health and home, transportation and finance. Building, powering, moving and curing the world. Not just imagining. Doing. GE works.
At GE Capital, we hire exceptional people and invest in their growth, providing unrivalled leadership and training in a diverse and healthy environment.
Our greatest asset is our people. With over 50,000 employees working across 55 countries, the GE Capital team is diverse, global, and passionate about what they do. The collective differences, talents, and experiences of our employees are essential ingredients to our ability to grow and succeed in a wide range of industries and markets.
At GE Capital we're not just bankers, we're builders. We provide smart financing and the know-how of GE to help our customers' capital go further and do more. Your company is building something and we get that. What you're building takes money, but it may also need knowledge and expertise. This is where we come in.
GE Capital is an extension of GE's rich heritage of building and supporting growth. Investing in the sectors we know best, we can provide more than just financing: We bring insight, knowledge and expertise to every loan. And as a result, businesses that finance with GE Capital benefit from the global know-how and expertise of GE. Around the world, we're helping our customers to invent more, to make more, to sell more and to do it all with greater efficiency. We're helping companies in ways that no other bank can.
Because we're GE.
At GE Capital, we are committed to our people and customers. We are committed to be a terrific place to work, providing unrivalled leadership and training in an energizing environment.
Our values are our formula for success. They are the behaviors and characteristics we expect of our employees. We foster the combination of performance (what employees do) and values (how they do it).
Leadership & Learning
We hire exceptional people and invest in their growth. GE Capital has a culture of continuous learning, thoughtfully designed to enable employees to grow their personal capabilities and reach their full potential. We have a renewed commitment to leadership development, with a designated learning leader in each business and an integrated team providing opportunities for development across our financial services. Two examples are the Capital Executive Leadership Experience (CELE), a business-based program providing opportunities for career assessment and development planning that spans three separate weeks. Capital Executive Leadership Symposium (CELS) offers the opportunity to interact with our most senior leaders working on real Capital business problems. 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. In 2010, GE was named the World's Best Company for Leadership in the latest annual rankings released by BusinessWeek.
Education is pervasive across GE Capital. Worldwide, we invest about $1 billion every year on training and educational programs for our employees.
A Culture of Health
Through HealthAhead, GE Capital has further committed to improve the health of our employees and their families by creating a 'culture of health,' which will deliver onsite and online programs, education, tools and services. We have also developed a global, industry-leading site certification program that will recognize excellence in worksite health.
GE Capital is committed to environmental sustainability. Through our lending, we help our customers finance eco-friendly initiatives including natural gas, wind, solar, biomass, hydro, geothermal and other renewable power projects that will recognize excellence in worksite health.
We also recognize that we can have a positive impact on the environment. Therefore, we constantly seek ways to improve our environmental credentials and encourage environmentally-friendly behavior in our employees.
We constantly challenge and strive to improve our facilities management practices. Success means reduced waste, reduced consumption, and increased recycling with many of our facilities achieving LEED certification.
GE Capital’s greatest asset is its people. At GE Capital, diversity is about the power of the mix and the strengths that results from a team with varied experiences, backgrounds and styles. Our diversity fosters a limitless source of ideas and opportunities.
The collective talents, differences and experiences of our employees are essential ingredients in our ability to grow and succeed. Our ongoing commitment to hiring the best and retaining a diverse workforce provides a competitive advantage in the markets we serve. We are a global business operating in a global market. There are over 50,000 GE Capital employees worldwide. Of these, more than half are based outside of the U.S.
Roshni Haywood, HR Director, GE Capital EMEA, accepts Top 50 Employers for Women in the UK award from The Times
The GE Capital recruiting team in action at one of our various networking events
Valuing differences challenges us every day to broaden our perspectives and learn from others. We value our culture where everyone is respected and valued for his or her contributions.
Are you a member of the National Black MBA Association (NBMBAA) or the National Society of Hispanic MBAs (NSHMBA)? Help us identify talented people who share your commitment to excellence and growth.
The GE Capital External Talent Referral program recognizes NBMBAA and members who refer external prospects with 7+ years of experience in financial services.
GE Capital will make a $2500 donation to the NBMBAA or NSHMBA student scholarship fund of the referring member's choice for every prospect hired within 12 months into a salaried position in any U.S. GE Capital business unit.
Our growing affinity Networks include these organizations:
African American Forum The AAF provides employees with mentors, seminars, networking, and career discussion. The forum also contributes to the development of local African American communities.
Asian Pacific American Forum The APAF supports the Asian Pacific American community with a career development network while promoting broader awareness of differences in Asian and American cultures.
GLBT Alliance GE's commitment to the Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, and Transgender communities is supported by the GLBT Alliance, as well as our offering of benefits for domestic partners.
Hispanic Forum The Hispanic Forum supports coaching, mentoring, role modeling and the recruitment of Hispanic talent. It also reaches out to Hispanic communities with service and corporate sponsorships.
Veterans Network The GE Veterans Network is a community of employees that provides support for the recruitment, transition and career development of military veterans at GE.
Women’s Network The rapidly growing Women’s Network supports the professional development of women around the world by sharing the wisdom of successful women role models.
GE Capital offers a range of leadership programs and positions that can help you make the most of your education. GE Capital's leadership development programs allow you to advance your career rapidly while working on important projects and building leadership skills for your future. Internships and co-ops are a great way to get your foot in the door at one of the world's most respected companies, giving you valuable leadership experience and important networking opportunities that can help in a competitive job market.
Masters & MBA Leadership Programs
"In the HRLP program, you get a variety of challenges in a short period of time."
At GE, your investment in education pays off. You can work on extraordinary projects, helping some of the world's most pressing problems, while our Masters and MBA Leadership Programs can help you advance your career quickly.
Undergraduate Leadership Programs
"I own a budget right now for the logistics portion of getting a turbine running."
GE's Corporate Entry-Level Leadership Programs combine responsible and important job assignments with formal classroom studies. The rotational assignments cut across different aspects of a GE business, providing you with broad and valuable experiences in a relatively short amount of time.
Internship & Co-ops
An internship or co-op at GE gives you a hands on experience, working on challenging projects with some of the best minds in the business. This is a superb opportunity to give your career a head start while making valuable contacts within this network.
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Advice to Management
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I applied online. The process took 4 weeks. I interviewed at GE Capital.
Applied online. The position was entry level, and the only requirements listed were having a Bachelor's degree. As a recent grad, this is exactly what I was looking for. Once I finally got to talking with the HR woman, she asked nothing but "gotcha" questions in regards to my lack of relevant experience, when she knows exactly my experience based on my resume. I'm bewildered why I was even contacted.