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What is it like working at General Motors Corporation?

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Software Developer in Austin:
Pros: Work environment is fairly relaxed, large amount of paid time off + unlimited sick days
Cons: Willingness for company to lie about the role you will be performing and little to no career progression opportunities
Low end pay.
Software Engineer in Austin:
Pros: I love my team
Cons: I don't like the compensation and also new college grads have been getting shafted by bait and switch. They interview for software engineer and then get put on a team that is primarily data entry or some other low level data job.
The availability of machine learning knowledge.
Data Scientist in Detroit:
Pros: how open they are to machine learning concepts
Cons: nothing
I like working with the dealership technicians.
Technical Consultant in Lansing:
Pros: My use of my knowledge
Cons: They hold back information that would help me help the dealership technician
New as a DRE, but loving it so far.
Release Engineer in Warren:
Pros: The cross functional support I receive is excellent. The cultural inclusivity the company has is great.
Cons: Initially vague "actual work" outside of meetings for the first month. Lots of training up front helped with this though.
Lots of room for movement.
Marketing Manager in Toronto:
Pros: Opportunities for exciting travel, work with top agencies/production teams/talent, feel like General Motors has an exciting future ahead.
Cons: Internal politics, redundant processes.
Controls Engineer:
Pros: Work flexibility, perks, management opportunity.
Cons: Stress level, not enough support, work load.