International Customer Risk Leader (Former Employee), Chicago, IL – July 31, 2014
GE is a fantastic company that provides a strong foundation for any individual's career. Through the course of my FMP program, I obtained a skillset and knowledge that no other program can and this will greatly benefit me in my future endeavours. I cannot thank the company enough for all that they have invested in me during the course of the past several – more... years – less
Administrative Assistant (Former Employee), Norfolk, VA – July 29, 2014
Pros: this was my first customer service job so i appreciated the initial experience i recieved.
Cons: i needed more income.
At General Electric I was a customer service rep. There I was take inbound calls from customers who either wanted to schedule appointments for service repair or who had and issue with the pursing of a General Electric appliance. All of my call were monitored and audited to ensure speedy and effective work. There wasn't anything hard about this job at – more... all. The office where I worked was full of energetic employees whom I had no problem working as a team with. – less
Energy Management Power Conversion (Former Employee), NY, New England and Northern NJ – July 29, 2014
After 6 years in the same role, I decided to look for other opportunities and challenges. GE Energy Services, Motors Division is in process of relocating all supporting activities from Fort Wayne, IN to Monterrey, Mexico. This included my Inside Sales Support, Pre & Post Sales Support, Engineering and Technical Services Support. Needless to say, nearly – more... everyone has shifted their priorities from Sales to survival. – less
Quality Control Auditor (Current Employee), PR – July 28, 2014
New things that I learned every day, my co-workers are wonderful. We work as a team every day and help each other. The hardest thing at job is the temperature that we have to work with. Most enjoyable part of the job is that I'm learning everyday.
PROJECT ADMINISTRATOR (Former Employee), Louisville, KY – July 22, 2014
Cons: job security
I had a great boss and this was a great place to work. I was only on a contract and they kept me for six months longer and then there were lay-offs. Job security not the greatest unless you're an Engineer.
Distributor Solutions Specialist (Former Employee), Glen Allen, VA – July 21, 2014
Pros: atmosphere, people, benefits
Cons: none! this place was awesome.
The best company I have ever worked for! The people there are so helpful and the company truly cares about the products they produce and the people who buy them. I learned so much about lighting, I'll never look at another bulb the same way again. Hardest part of the job is maintaining so much information, but its definitely worth it.Management was – more... great, benefits are amazing!!! Most enjoyable part of the job is helping everyone with the success of their own businesses. – less
Great place to work. Learned to work with thermal barrier coatings and machines, precision grinding, as well as trouble shooting. Management is easy to get along with and very knowledgeable. Co-workers are very helpful and are good team players. Hardest part of the job in my opinion was grinding to specifications based on blue prints or engineering – more... directive. The camaraderie among the employees was the most enjoyable part of working there. – less