I learned a lot working here, Good work environment.
Assembly Worker (Former Employee) – Peterborough, ON – 11 May 2018
I worked on Solar Inverter panels and Wind Hubs at GE. I learned a lot while working here. I learned how to read and interpret blueprints and how to use a large assortment of tools. This was my first job that I made over $20/hr. Unfortunately I and everyone else in my group was laid off, due to lack of work. If I hadn't been laid off, I would probably still be working there.
Travel tech (Former Employee) – Ontario – 10 May 2018
Could be a good place to work IF they didnt favour the French over English just because not because the French can do the job better its just the way it is. GE also is one of the lowest paying companies in Canada expect you to solve your own problem with Zero help from upper management. English speaking tech $27/hr French speaking tech $35/hr English tech also has way more experience lol
Production of custom large motor for nuclear, oil & gas and mining industry.
Fitter/assembler/wiring/pipe fitter (Current Employee) – Peterborough, ON – 21 April 2018
I have enjoyed my 13 years at General Electric Peterborough, all motors being custom built, I have learned something new every day. Plant closure in September 2018 has allowed me to move on and apply my skills to another company or industry as to which I look forward to. The employees and management have been great, very fun, accommodating and extremely helpful over the past 13 years.
Bonne condition de travail mais aucune sécurité d’emploi
Quelqu un qui travaille pour eu (Former Employee) – Montréal, QC – 20 April 2018
Grace à un environnement syndiqué vous aurez de bon avantage sociaux et un bon salaire mais vous serai congédié au moindre manque d’emploi qui sont fréquents dû a une mauvaise gestion de la production.
Software developer (Former Employee) – Markham, ON – 26 March 2018
I had a great experience working at GE. The projects were interesting and the management was very professional. I was never asked to put in any unpaid overtime. I learned a lot of web development skills. Unfortunately GE is not currently hiring full-time workers due to market instability.
Highly professional with a good work/life balance.
Difficult market in the energy sector compromises job security.
Crane Operator (Current Employee) – Peterborough, ON – 14 March 2018
GE Peterborough was, at one time, a terrific place of employment. Unfortunately after more then 100 years of manufacturing, the factory is closing. Management is chaotic and disorganized. The employees for the most part, are amazing and work well together. It was a great environment to learn new skills and there was opportunities to change jobs internally to expand your skill set. A typical day at GE involves arriving at the facility, checking in with your fellow employee from the previous shift to find out what is on shift agenda, organizing your day and then proceeding with your workday. At any moment a new "more important" job can displace any project you may be working on so learning flexibility is a must. Training programs at the plant were unfortunately, mostly a result of trying to catch up to government regulations but were generally top notch. All in all, I love what I do in my daily crane operations. Because Peterborough is a custom shop, every job presents a new challenge in calculating lift hardware, angles and safety. Working in the nuclear division was a whole different angle, dealing with a spotless, climate controlled environment that requires exemplary attention to detail. My history of troubleshooting, metrics and mechanical abilities were challenged in a workplace where perfection is the required norm because of the nature of the business. Both sides of the facility run on variable shifts like most manufacturing.
dynamic ever changing environment
low moral due to plant closing and distrust of management
Shift floor Lead Hand, Manufacturing Trainer (Current Employee) – Peterborough, ON – 19 February 2018
Very busy work environment, dealing with uneducated, unqualified, unprofessional upper Management is certainly 80% of the daily demise of all workers at this facility. Moral is extremely low, production and quality control issues are #1, safety and job security are at the bottom of the priority list. The Plant is closing for Business September 2018 due to market changes, and gross negligence as well as severe mismanagement from the Chief Operations Manager whom has a law suit in US for misleading past, and future shareholders.
journalier (Former Employee) – Beloeil, QC – 5 January 2013
consiste à la fabrication de bobine pour les centrale hydroélectrique travail temporaire à contrat bien administrer belle équipe et ambiance de travail travaux polyvalent aucun aspect difficile pour ma part