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Reviews by GE graduate employees
- starstarstarstarstar4.6GradAustralia surveyed 10 graduates working at GE. Read on to get an insider’s view on life as a graduate. 10 responses.
- The people, the opportunities, the environment.
- Highly flexible with working arrangements, with the option to work from various office and from home. Offers many opportunities to move to different locations for work.
- Huge amount of training provided to us both technical and soft skills.
- Intelligent, hard-working team. Flexible working hours.
- Friendly co-workers.
- Convoluted processes, out of date internal websites still online.
- The company is very large which can sometimes lead to difficulty in finding specific people required.
- Nothing comes to mind!
- Early morning/late night conference calls.
- Difficult to understand how the organisation works in terms of organisational structure.
What insiders say about…
Great deal of responsibility and accountability for material work.
Great people, very flat structure and helpful teams!
Be open to relocating and working with various people from diverse cultural backgrounds.
Very much dependent on the manager.
Very moderate considering the talent and hard work of the employees.
Travel & allowances. I am on a six-month rotation in London with rent covered by the company and cost of living allowances.
Managers in your team are very approachable.
Plenty of development programs e.g. personal branding session, pitching skills session.
Seems as though there is quite a clear career progression.
The workplace is very multicultural, however 3/4 of the workforce is male.
We have a large volunteers network with frequent opportunities to get involved. We also provide ongoing financial support to several groups and initiatives.
There is no formal dress code, but the general workplace sets its own standard of smart casual. I think this is a perfect balance between comfort and maintaining a good standard for the workplace. The office space is newly renovated, looks great and encourages interaction between employees. The space echoes quite a lot, but is not a big deal for me.
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