rotor assembly leader (Former Employee) – peterborough on. – 29 October 2018
Great place to work. people and management are great. Frequent layoffs and very disorganized. Pay was very good with lots of optional overtime always available. 3 shift operation with flexibility to adjust to your family life.
There is a meeting with other companies exchange experience, know each other more, and play soccer sometime
Structural and Manger (Former Employee) – Baladīyat Sabhā – 22 October 2018
Actually the work there was really busy a lot of duties and busy schedule to finish the construction. However, workplace culture it was really function-able and organized. The most hard part for me was the stress of finishing the work on time, but The most enjoyable time was how is the team we work and communicate with other work teams to work as one unit.
Free meals anytime, gym entertainment place after the work
I have worked here almost 13 years. I am even ready to join back the company. Its very good . I really enjoined each bit of it. It gave me lots of opportunity to grow professionally. I strongly recommend to work here. Its a great place to work.
Great company to work. However, I did not get lucky with my manager and had no advancement whatsoever. A lot of politics and favouritism in my local branch. A lot of employees left the company recently.
GE Lighting was not only involved in the selling and development of new products, but also heavily focused on the education and career planning for their employees. For a new engineer out in the work force, they made sure that their was a work/life balance and all the education and training that someone needed.
Methods Engineering DC Drives and Renewal Parts (Former Employee) – Peterborough, ON – 6 August 2018
The company protocol is to make as much money as board of directors can handle. There is a culture of little empires and their dictators. In 2017, after 127 years GE closed my plant. The company is ignoring every agreement with the unions because they are labelling the plant close as a reduced production.
Some departments have great epre de corp.
if you work until you have a breakdown, they screw you over and replace you.