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General Electric (GE) Aviation Reviews

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

Good Benefits, Shoddy Management.
Design Engineer in Gloucester:
Pros: Flexible hours
Cons: Low Pay
Inclusion in work place.
Production Engineer in Pune:
Pros: respect and recognition of every good work
Cons: salary is very low
Flexibility is Key.
Software Engineer in Clearwater:
Pros: I have enjoyed the opportunity to rotate to different groups and roles.
Cons: The compensation is a grey area that needs more visibility for competitiveness and worth of the employee.
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.
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.
Strategic Sourcing Specialist in Cincinnati:
Pros: Being challenging and flexible at times
Cons: Not enough time time spent to help the working people on getting better resources to improve processes and not enough high compensations after achieving goals for the company