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General Electric Co (GE) Reviews
What is it like working at General Electric Co (GE)?
Electrical Engineer in Stafford:
When the going is great; the benefits system, salaries and the general vibe are all positive. All that positivity is a lie; they’ll be spamming you with corporate emails saying how great GE are while simultaneously failing to plan or execute any form of long term strategy. Make it up as you go along and chop jobs at the first sign of a market change closing whole businesses after taking them over. Quick shareholder cash or bye bye. You’re just another number, literally on your first day you’re issued a 9 digit number and it’s used for everything. Functionally that’s great, but the company feels like you don’t matter. And you don’t. At all.
"Engineering the future of Power."
Senior Mechanical Engineer in Simpsonville:
Pros: Technologies are challenging and are important to general well being of the general population
Cons: Career opportunity and growth is limited
"FieldCore Field Engineer."
Field Engineer in Houston:
Pros: Be your own boss, premium pay
Cons: 100% travel
Electronics Technician in Houston:
Pros: The people and atmosphere
Cons: I cant say anything bad about the company
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.
"It depends on the day."
Machine Operator in Decatur:
Pros: In my current role I'm given the freedom to help with PLC and HMI Programming.
Cons: No backup for my position. Working through breaks and lunch every day.
"Working at one place your entire career."
Electronics Engineering Technician in Cleveland:
Pros: working on cool projects
Cons: you can get lost