Just too much mandatory overtime, after more than a year of it you get burned out, than bam your layed off for 3 weeks. No happy medium. So very hot in the summer, not temperature controlled. New employees your vacation time is when they tell you when shutdown is
Can usually get overtime if you want it
Mandatory overtime all the time, summers are horribly hot, some unsafe practices
Good paying job. Hard to move into higher job titles even if your the best fit. Seniority is everything at this company because of the union. Work flow makes for layoffs and shifting into lower job titles.
Poor management,old machines and hostile environment.The whole plant works with your hands and home aide tooling. They do not care about anything but numbers. The managers like to fudge numbers all month long,year after year. The company lies at every weekly meeting with employees.
Pay and retirement.
Management, training and old machinery.
A lot of opportunities as a global company. But has same issues as other old company, culture needs to change.
Not much you can learn from here. Old culture make it difficult to buy promoted. Average payment. It's a solid job if you don't have much expectation on yourself. If you really want go higher and learn more things, this is not the place.
Muito focada na entrega dos produtos e satisfação do cliente, e na qualidade.
I work for an organization where people are treated as family. The management and leadership cares about the well being of its employees. The organization is and appreciates a diverse culture and participates regularly in community events. This is one place I found were you truly own your own growth. If you have the initiative and drive to succeed you will. I can't say much of the benefits. For a company of this size, the benefits are subpar.
Work/Life Balance, Family Culture, Diversity, Supportive
My manager respected my judgements, and supported my decisions. This allowed me to exploit my style and maximize work efficiencies and productivity. This also allowed me flexibility with start times, lunch breaks, etc.Over the 5 years I was there, there were many layoffs, so culture was strained. This strain impacted me minimally, as for most of my time at GE, I worked on a small team where downsizing would have compromised the ability to support deliverables.
work from home
many of the people I worked with could have been more motivated
I started at the right time, so I received a $1,500 bonus and a $1.50 raise within the first two months of starting because of a new contact that was negotiated upon for the union. If it wasn't for that, I probably wouldn't have much else to say.
Paid holidays, weekly pay
Es una multinacional competitiva , un servicio de excelencia , su cultura y disciplina sobresaliente donde su personal tiene un valor incalculable y sobre todo tiene un sitial de gran altura en el mercado mundial .
Muy buenos beneficios
No veo ninguno
It's big corporation. Their culture is different than smaller companies. Very good organized system but not too kind personally. This can put you to trouble, but once you realize how to act and not to boundaries in this culture, you can get to relax and enjoy work place. Generally, they are very generous company, you can get easily spoiled.
Holiday party every year, shirts and jacket giveaway frequently. Automatic raise for three years (1.67$/hour/year), 6am to 2:30 pm shift. Last break at 1:45 pm.good dental and vision ins.
High deductible healthcare, layoff