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I applied through college or university. I interviewed at GE Healthcare (United States) in Nov 2019
InterviewOn-site interview was quick and very informative, a couple of behavoral questions and 1 technical question. I talked to them at a career fair and got the on-site interview a couple of days after. The on site experience was great, they gave the interviewees a tour of their site and a small activity while there.
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...Business culture lacks empathy, recently made decisions to move employee jobs to Chicago without relocation or additional compensation, layoff terms and severance packages are terrible by industry standards and heavily favor the company by asking employees to take all the risk, outdated offices and worst meal service I've ever encountered, horrible or complete lack of collaboration technology makes working way harder than it needs to be, unrealistic expectations of work output and productivity, tons of late night emails from across the organization, a business first culture, no holiday party, unlimited PTO means you don't accrue any PTO and it's very easy to get a day off here and there but nobody takes more than 5 days off consecutively....
March 5, 2020