Motor generator winder (Current Employee) – Burlington, ON – 9 February 2018
I have enjoyed working with GE. GE is in the process of selling our division. I am looking to work on a contract basis for 20 to 30 weeks a year. The sale of our division is to be completed by mid year and at that time my plan is to retire from GE and work contract.
Good company to work for.
In the shop the office support has very little motor experience.
Digital Energy Co-op NPI Engineer (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 9 July 2014
- Working on the manufacturing floor alongside assemblers and engineers -great work environment, cheerful and fun place to be! -most enjoyable part of the job would be my team -supervisor has been the greatest role model i have had so far
Payroll Client Service Representative (Former Employee) – Mississauga, ON – 5 June 2014
I had thought moving to the large company the job would be challenging. I had numerous payrolls with large numbers of employees but the job was just process the payroll it did not involve everything else about payroll that I find interesting.
Assistant Controller - Global Operations Finance (Current Employee) – Mississauga, ON – 1 May 2014
GE offer a competitive salary, outstanding benefits and the professional advantages of an environment that supports employees' development and recognizes their achievements. GE fosters an inclusive environment where employees have the opportunity to succeed and diversity is embraced as a competitive advantage in the marketplace.
Lighting Division, Supervisor (Former Employee) – Oakville, ON – 23 April 2014
Support from all employees, ww all were there to help with any problem that may occur. Most enjoyable part of the job employees would always be surprised with some kind of gifts, many lunches and dinners paid for by the company.
Raise's were given twice a year, and the Benefits great!!
Assembly Worker (Former Employee) – Peterborough, ON – 7 April 2014
- Day started with a morning meeting to assign tasks for the day - I learned how to read blueprints, properly wire and build control panels, operate a crane and attach parts of the Wind Hubs - Management was very helpful and friendly, they made daily rounds so if you ever had any questions they were available - Most Co-workers were friendly and helpful, experienced workers were there to give advice or help if I was having trouble - The hardest part of the job was training employees that had more experience then me (when lay offs were happening we had to train employees from different areas) when they didn't want to learn - The most enjoyable part was challenging myself to see how many Wind Hubs I could finish in a day, also working with friendly, easy going people
great comrades, A company only concerned about the bottom line
Operator / Field Service Technician (Current Employee) – Fort Mackay, AB – 5 March 2014
typically a good crew to work with, as far as fellow employees, but as for management and and the company as a greater entity its all about bottom line everyone and everything is expendable based on margins of gross profit. One of the biggest companies in the world because they make harsh decisions without measuring the effect on the work force only measuring the effect on the finances.
paid travel, free benefits, looks good on a resume
you are at risk if you depend on this for financial stability
Armature Coil Taper (Former Employee) – Peterborough, ON – 22 January 2014
Great place to work.People are great. Learned most importantly about safety both at work at out of work. Applying similar to daily routines wherever. Hardest part was waiting for go ahead and approval for clearance for a specific job.Set up process pretty long and very detail specific so approval delayed production. Enjoyable part when jobs completed in great time for next process.
Crane Operator (Current Employee) – Peterborough, ON – 13 January 2014
GE has been very good to me. A typical day at work would be organizing our crane lifts with the other trades people, performing lifts throughout day and also dipping and curing of very large electric motors. I've learnes to read engineering drawings, perform two crane lifts, the use of all sorts of power tools, maintaing VPI equipment (checking fluid levels, temperature levels). Co-workers are great.
Extremely productive and very funny every Friday having combined lunch
Electro-Mechanical Technician (Former Employee) – Mississauga ON – 8 December 2013
my first day at work was very emotional in the sense every one @ work was anxious to have a question about me ,my experience and I was enjoying to see new working environment. I learn a lot about new techniques and enjoy working with new management and my new co workers were very co-operative.I really did not found any hardest part of my job,but mostly enjoy working with in a team environment