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Hi everyone, I need help choosing between two offers. First one is with GE Power on their FMP program, base of 70K + 5k sign on. Second one is with Raytheon Technologies on their FLDP, 70K base + 5K sign on as well. I don’t know how worried I should be about GE’s recent news of splitting. My long-term goal is to get a T25 MBA and go to Business Development/Corporate Strategy. I appreciate any help in advance!
Really want to work for Honeywell, Schneider Electric, Siemens, and GE, but couldn’t get my foot into the door because of no experience in those industries. I did however land a job at Johnson Controls. How is that in comparison to others? Looked on Repvue and that quota attainment is competitive, but salary and OTE for Johnson is considerably lower. Any insight is appreciated! Johnson Controls , Inc. Honeywell Siemens GE
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Top Review Highlights by Sentiment
- "Flexibility and great people to work with" (in 872 reviews)
- "Benefits are good and easily accessible" (in 747 reviews)
- "I believe that most management at GE tries to help employees have a good work/life balance." (in 611 reviews)
- "The pay is good if you are willing to put in sevens days a week all the time" (in 473 reviews)
- "great culture and company outlook" (in 462 reviews)
- "But nooooo ... those who are at the bottom of the packing order pay the price of the poor management." (in 421 reviews)
- "low salary and too many pressure" (in 373 reviews)
- "Big company with alot of disfuntionalities and bad managers" (in 237 reviews)
- "Long hours and lots of tasks" (in 169 reviews)
- "Poor upper management." (in 73 reviews)
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- Former Employee★★★★★
GENov 27, 2022 - Advanced Manufacturing EngineerRecommendCEO ApprovalBusiness Outlook
GE takes good care of its employees
Debt from years ago weighs on the company
- Former Employee, less than 1 year★★★★★
Terrible Work/Life BalanceMay 13, 2023 - Lead Engineer in Wilmington, NCRecommendCEO ApprovalBusiness Outlook
They're desperate for engineers so they'll let you work remote if you have a few years experience.
Time Vouchering is the most inhumane thing ever. They expect you to account for every 15 minutes, and it must be chargeable to a project. On the other end, they only give you a finite amount of time to complete a project, and the allotments are exceptionally lean. You must charge 8 hours every day and there aren't charge codes for typical work things like checking/answering email, discussing with coworkers, taking a 10 minute break after working 2 hours straight, or even pursuing a potential novel idea. They literally want every second to be laser focused on work and have the accounting system in place to enforce it. If you don't complete your work in the allotted time you have to report it to your team lead, your manager, and the project manager. It's like going to the principal's office except everyone is an adult. If this sounds insane it's be cause it is. This isn't just clocking in and clocking out. This a systematic way of looking over your shoulder and making sure you are working at 100% efficiency at all times. Your bonus and your pay raise are dependent upon how quickly you complete your assignments.Continue reading
- Current Employee, more than 1 year★★★★★
Company split throws a wrenchJun 7, 2023 - Infrastructure Architect in Atlanta, GARecommendCEO ApprovalBusiness Outlook
Great benefits, unlimited PTO, work from anywhere, internal car and home insurance, half day Fridays during summer
Splitting into 3 companies so a lot of the work is being handed to contractors and we are expected to apply to the new companies but there aren’t enough jobs for us being posted. Also the split work is boring because there’s no real innovation and all just change freeze for now. After the split, all 3 companies would probably be great to work for.
- Current Employee, more than 8 years★★★★★
Long Time EmployeeMay 28, 2023 - Senior Product Security Engineer in Greenville, SCRecommendCEO ApprovalBusiness Outlook
GE Vernova offers competitive salaries and paid time off. GE Vernova is committed to providing a healthy work-life balance for its employees.
The health insurance benefits are not very good ... you pay more as you make more. GE Vernova is not committed to the professional development of its more experienced and longer tenure employees. The company offers few options for training and development programs when revenue numbers are not where they need to be ... which has been the case often over the last 10-15 years.Continue reading
- Former Employee★★★★★
Lots of work to doJun 9, 2023 - Steam Turbine Engineer in Atlanta, GARecommendCEO ApprovalBusiness Outlook
Fast-paced, interesting work. Very hands on.
Very poor work life balance. Expect to work weekends & be on call most of the year.
- Current Employee★★★★★
Great PeopleJun 9, 2023 - Technical LeaderRecommendCEO ApprovalBusiness Outlook
The people are great to work with.
Prefer not to state here.
- Current Employee, more than 3 years★★★★★
Work at GEMay 22, 2023 - Mechanical EngineerRecommendCEO ApprovalBusiness Outlook
Lots of challenging technical work, very collaborative teams, great place to grow as a younger employee. Some of the brightest technical experts are on GE teams.
Lofty expectations for engineering teams, horrible attrition among younger employees, relatively old company culture. The flexible PTO is great but at times there are so many things that delivered that it doesn't amount to as many days as we would like. Upward mobility is hard as most of the working population is senior band.Continue reading