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GE Oil & Gas Overview

London, England (UK)
5001 to 10000 employees
Subsidiary or Business Segment
Oil, Gas, Energy & Utilities
$10+ billion (USD) per year
GE Oil & Gas is a world leader in advanced technologies and services with 43,000 employees in more than 100 countries supporting customers across the industry—from extraction to transportation to end use. Our unrelenting commitment to the environment ... Read more

Mission: From extraction to end use, GE Oil 7 Gas solves the industry's toughest challenges, pushing the boundaries of technology to bring energy to the world. Our overview summarizes end-to-end products and service solutions; highlights key technologies and ... Read more

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GE Oil & Gas – Why Work For Us?


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.

GE is committed to taking on the world’s toughest challenges. In order to fulfill that promise around big issues like clean energy and affordable healthcare, we rely on a culture of leadership and diversity to drive innovation and productivity. That’s why GE’s employee Affinity Networks are so critical. Our Affinity Networks are making remarkable contributions to our company, our customers and our communities. These successful efforts are being felt at the local, national and international levels.

The success of diversity at GE is a reflection of the integrity of our leadership and builds a strong foundation for future leaders to continue our tradition of inclusiveness. By bringing individuals, cultures and ideas together we create a stronger company and a better world.


Working here

GE is an Equal Opportunity Employer. We offer a competitive salary, outstanding benefits and the professional advantages of an environment that supports our employees' development and recognizes their achievements. GE fosters an inclusive environment where employees have the opportunity to succeed and diversity is embraced as a competitive advantage in the marketplace. The passion that our people bring to their work extends to their private worlds, and GE encourages a healthy balance between the two. GE values education and is dedicated to providing the tools and training for our employees' professional development.

Operating with Integrety

How we deliver results is as important as the results themselves. GE seeks to lead in workplace and marketplace integrity by respecting the human rights of everyone touched by our business, and by enforcing legal and financial compliance.

These commitments are detailed in our integrity policy, The Spirit & The Letter, which every employee supports with a signed pledge. They are further enabled by our ombudsperson process, which encourages any employee to report integrity concerns without fear of reprisal.

Work and Life Balance

Naturally, the passion that our people bring to their work extends to their own private worlds, and GE is committed to enabling a healthy balance between the two. GE encourages our people to meet their work commitments while balancing their own life responsibilities.

To support this balance, flexible work arrangements are an integral part of the way we conduct business. The Company also offers many programs and resources to support employees including financial management, family counseling and more.

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    I have been working at GE Oil & Gas full-time (More than 5 years)


    * Constantly learn new technology
    * You will work with some of the smartest people
    * Many acquisitions brought different talents and technology
    * It's a global company and one can move if a good match is met
    * Lots of new work will come up in technology integration as a result of GE BH merger


    * Recent GE BH merger created lots of ambiguity
    * Many employees are feeling insecure and don't know what the future holds for them in the new structure
    * Many good and hard working employees have left, because of not having a good talent retention practice

    Advice to Management

    1- The people of GE are its assets. Jeff Immelt always believes in this and promotes to the management at all levels. SEBs, EBs and SPBs should do the same and retain good and hard working people. After all, a company really means 'group of people you work with'. "Great people = Great Companies".

    2- There are people in GE who will literally walk through walls and will always be loyal to GE. Recognise them and retain them for the new challenges that will come ahead. They might not be the graduates of internal GE programs but are as hard working and intelligent as someone who is a CAS or LP graduate.

    3- Mid-level managers should stop fighting over allocating cost to each other's cost centres and should come to terms. If you are hiring someone to do a job from a parallel organisation (IT, Quality, Sourcing etc.), their cost will need to come out of your budget.

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    Senior Sales Manager Interview

    Anonymous Employee in New York, NY
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    I applied through an employee referral. I interviewed at GE Oil & Gas (New York, NY).


    It was constructive, clear, based on submitted Resume and against opening required criteria, and it was in depth.
    No drifting from discussion and very focused, time was limited for each questions.

    Interview Questions

    • - Take About your self.
      - What are the areas that you think you can contribute.  
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