Working at General Electric (GE) Aviation

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  • Appreciation
    3.6
  • Company Outlook
    4.1
  • Fair Pay
    2.6
  • Learning and Development
    3.2
  • Manager Communication
    4.3
  • Manager Relationship
    4.4
  • Pay Policy
    2.8
  • Pay Transparency
    2.9
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General Electric (GE) Aviation Reviews

What is it like working at General Electric (GE) Aviation?

September 2016
"GE is a good employer, but it's easy to get lost in the shuf."
Staff Engineer:
Pros: Challenging assignments; competitive salary and benefits.
Cons: Company culture and office environment favors extroverts.
November 2018
Six Sigma Black Belt Project Manager:
Great environment and the current negative press on GE is opening up exciting new paths and breakthrough initiatives. The culture is also changing from conservative and top-down to inclusive and more open to outsider influences.
January 2019
"Pretty Good."
Process Engineer in Cincinnati:
Pros: I feel trusted, valued, and am given the resources necessary to accomplish tasks. I have a great relationship with my manager, which is what really makes a difference.
Cons: It can be a bit hectic and stressful at times.
February 2019
"Emjoyanle."
Senior Research Scientist (Unspecified Type) in Cincinnati:
Pros: Challenges
Cons: Nothing
February 2019
"Challenging and rewarding."
Manufacturing Engineer in Terre Haute:
Pros: ability to express creativity in problem solving
Cons: bureaucracy
February 2019
"Normal - a lot of waste, some fun."
Controls Engineer in Dayton:
Pros: What I do
Cons: Stupid decisions and massive waste
April 2019
"Creativity is encouraged but at the expense of discipline and communications."
Control Systems Engineer in Batesville:
Pros: I am trusted to be self driven and creative. I feel I am the subject matter expert when it comes to control systems here and my input is sought after.
Cons: The lack of traditional hierarchy lends well to creativity for my role, but it undermines the communication lines and structure of projects. i.e. no one is "in charge" of projects, allowing them to flounder indefinitely.
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