Great culture, great colleagues, and the great experience. GE's slogan is imagination at work and this culture deeply influents every employee in the company. When I joined GE Oil & Gas Division, the division was just established. My work at the first year focused on set up operational procedures and launched the Oracle system for The new legal entity. The second year, with the support of management, I started to set up a BI system which can automatically export all the analysis report which was manually prepared before. The time I saved from the improvement makes me get more time to focus on other improvement and get the work more and more easy.
GE is not only a big global company from America, it is also a platform for our graduates to practice and walk into the society. I joint the Edison Engineering Development Program in that summer vacation. When I was an intern in GE, I can feel the culture, which is not only "push" from each colleague, GE also encourage my colleague to "get" from each aspect. We have many sharing conventions and sessions, we can learn too much during each lecturer and topic. This is the core culture in GE.
Free communication and convention.
Need to prepare more homework after daily work.
Great co-worker and friendly working environment. Good canteen with fair price and a gym open every week days to help employees keep fit. Working culture is like a efficient and hardworking culture; most employee work overtime everyday.
At morning go into office, check email and reply to college inquire and feedback explain to customer, prepare continuous to complete engineering doc, like IO list, Functional logic diagram, etc, after 4:00 pm, variously meeting with headquarter. Easily to learn new technology, because template/sample or training material always available, I learn that how to get new skill. Undergo self management under quality control and time control.
There are hundreds of people works there and it is my pleasure that I could be one of them. I gained experience by solving some drawling problems and dealing with the bill of material chart. The whole group member treated me as a family member. Also, their dinning hall are awesome!
1. People working around are very friendly and ready to help. 2. The working environment is very comfortable, and employees have space to relax and communicate. 3. The company pays great attention to innovation and respects original ideas. 4. Engineering work really needs detail and deadline is also important.
1. Customer determines our success. 2. Deliver results in an uncertain world. 3. Empower and inspire each other 4. Learn and adapt to win 5. Stay lean to go fast
Great company to work for, highly reputatable and well-recognized in the industrial and energy space. Strong ethics and hard-working culture, high quality coworkers and management team, you will sure to learn a lot there. The downsides are: 1) big company takes time to reach concensus and take actions, slow and go through verious levels of reviews; 2) constant restructuring and re-org; 3) in the process to shrinking their capital business
Great place to develop a career, high respectable company in industrial space. Shrinking the GE Capital side and constant re-org might be something to deal with.
Opportunity to learn and grow
big organization and move slowly
This internship experience is exciting. As a FMP summer intern, I received various training on financial skills, interpersonal skills, leadership skills, etc. My assignment leader and career coach were very helpful. I was assigned various tasks including improving fixed asset management, accounts reconciliation, designing balanced scorecard. My skills in Microsoft Excel has improved a lot through the internship. The exposure of this internship is also incredible. I had the chance to actually meet and talk to the CEO of GE China, and other CEOs and CFOs of the company. My co-workers were very excellent and cooperative. Each week we go to the gym in the company together to do team-building activities.
GE is a big multinational company which has sufficient experiences in different kinds of environment. It's a good place to learn and grow, and I really appreciate the time I spent there working with those smart people. I do hope that I could stay longer, but I have to leave Shanghai at the end of summer and continue my school.