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.
Gateway to World class technology and best in class Processes but more importantly Its all about Learning , Leading , inculcating everlasting personal and professional values.. which stays with you for ever. helping you manage contradictions, ambiguities and most importantly leading and helping your people grow and excel along with you in the journey of achieving organizational vision. You don't get a job here , but a Career. defining experience
Firstly, GE impressed me absolutely, its culture, management and people are awesome. 4 and a half years time with GE, i learned lots and obtained abundantly. Coordinate and solve relationship & communication with our client or customer should be the hardest part in my job i thought. The most enjoyable is be the service engineer in GE healthcare always.
I learned the process of completion of bid, which is the first few steps before working with cooperators. The hardest part is I must review the items of the bid everyday, and remember all the bid very soon. Most enjoyable part is that I had good time with co-workers and learned new things, such as bid, in General Electric.
This is where I started my career, I started off as an Admin to the credit under writer & apply in settlement department - there was always training & volumes were high & target to meet & it as challenging but made my day go quicker & always keen to learn new things to develop myself in a career.
everyday, i need up to the company news, and do some financial report about the speed of project funds. generally, i work 8 hours a day, as i have been worked for three years , i thought maybe most of daily work i could control, so i need some creative work.
a little stable
What I did in my internship in GE: Created annual reports for more than 60 top-level clients of GE’s private equity group, reporting the performance of current portfolios and the policy changes about private equity investment in China. Led a team of up to 6 colleagues to organize GE Government Affairs and Policy Council 2011 Winter Meeting. Established the Administration Folder of Government Affairs Department to simplify workflow. Greatly enhanced the working efficiency based on the employee's feedback. The most enjoyable part of the work is that the lots of opportunities to challenge yourself. Although I major in Finance, I had chances to work with colleagues from other apartments such as HR, Energy and Health care. I really learnt a lot from those diligent and talented co-workers and am looking forward to work with them in the near future.
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.
I worked as a marketing intern in GE China energy. Most of the days I went to work around 8 am and went home at 5 pm. In the days I learned the GE spirit, the marketing principles and other techs like SWOT and schedule activities, help mentor to gather information and deal with sundries. What worth mentioning is that here I learned the responsibility of marketing in large enterprise is not only to build corporation image but also truly benefit the society (A lesson given by my mentor. When I recommended to use poster to advertise our volunteer activity, he told me that).The environment at GE was comfortable. My table was located near the sales department and I could see all the sales manager negotiating, networking and meeting via phone(Another thing I learned in GE, later I also organized a teleconference by my self) . They are busy all day long but very fun when I talked with them. I also participated a sales training in GE, learned a lot and want to learn more.The hardest part in GE is to maintain the high standard of my job. Everything must be almost perfect (including the PPT I made). Because, as an intern, I represent the whole company.And on the other hand, all the challenging is also the most enjoyable part. Thanks to GE for giving me such a experience.