Product Data Management project (Former Employee), Greenville, SC – July 15, 2013
I started my career in GE as a contractor through Tata Consultancy services. In GE I had the opportunity to work in their GE energy systems which made Gas Turbines. I was trained in Six Sigma philosophy.
Administrative Coordinator (Current Employee), Milton, ON – October 30, 2012
Pros: the ge name come with a lot of benefits
Cons: when working for a large organization you tend to get lost in the numbers
I started working for GE through an aquisition. My co-workers are the best, we are a small unit that have worked together well, we consider our selves to be the perfect fit. The culture is quite different from most and there is learning, learning and more learning. There are lots of webx and meeting to circulate information. The hardest part of the – more... job is month end when you just have to have everything done right on time with no room for error, but we always manage to get it done right. – less
Sewing Machine Operator (Former Employee), Slater, MO – February 4, 2014
Pros: okay pay, benefits
Cons: lots of overtime making life/work balance unequal
Pay was pretty good, ALOT of overtime up to 20+ hours a week, which made home life/work balance hard. Over all good company to work for. They listened to the employees and try to make things fair for all.