Working at General Electric Co (GE)

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  • Appreciation
    3.4
  • Company Outlook
    3.5
  • Fair Pay
    2.8
  • Learning and Development
    3.5
  • Manager Communication
    3.6
  • Manager Relationship
    3.8
  • Pay Policy
    2.7
  • Pay Transparency
    2.5
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General Electric Co (GE) Reviews

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July 2015
"Good job, underpaid staff."
Software Developer:
Pros: I enjoy the challenge provided by the current mindset of the workplace and the fast-paced work of a financial institution.
Cons: The IT workers in my segment of the organization are chronically underpaid when considering the type of work and qualifications each person does and has.
November 2018
Maintenance Technician:
Two tier wage system where top paid second tier employees are not paid as well as lowest paid top tier employees with no way to move to the upper tier. Second tier wages are 60th percentile of area average. Stepping stone job.
January 2019
"Educational."
Compliance Analyst in Milwaukee:
Pros: Supportive environment for employees helping one another and working towards the same goals.
Cons: Can be difficult to navigate career paths
January 2019
"FieldCore Field Engineer."
Field Engineer in Houston:
Pros: Be your own boss, premium pay
Cons: 100% travel
February 2019
"Satisfying."
Electronics Technician in Houston:
Pros: The people and atmosphere
Cons: I cant say anything bad about the company
February 2019
"Fun exciting and improving life’s."
Senior Program Manager (Unspecified Type / General) in Waukesha:
Pros: Open and candid environment
Cons: Pace of work not as fast as startups
February 2019
Senior Mechanical Engineer in Milwaukee:
Pros: Encouragement of work-life balance, choosing to high projects to work on, and working on life saving medical equipment.
Cons: lack of accountability on the manufacturing team. Limited use of defined manufacturing quality control such as control charts. No product quality engineers to support manufacturing. Difficultly in problem solving because limited data exists for trending purposes.
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