Current and former employees report that GE provides the following benefits. It may not be complete.
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‘Mediclaim is good and flexible to choose from.’
‘I feel it the best policy, it depends on your reporting manager though.’
‘Generous time off and the best system to track it.’
Great comprehensive benefits as well as vacation and work life balance.
Very good insurance with GE
Prices keep going up for flex benefits. Expect to pay more every year.
Comprehensive and well structured benefits that doesn't much left to offer. The best part, the standard package is more than enough for the average family with the ability to tailor to your needs
Life Sciences Consulting
Life Sciences Manager
Base of 180k at B4. Considering role at Shields Health Solutions (speciality pharma) with a BC of 210. CEO and LT is compromised of former GE Healthcare folks (prob with a golden parachute). If I switch to an AD/D implementation role, am i limiting my next move? I view this as an opportunity to manage people and P/L. Thoughts?
What consulting shops tend to be the go tos for GE / late stage diligence engagements. Have seen Bain for a few of our port cos Interested in swinging back to consulting from mid-stage VC but curious if you can focus on tech/ Growth equity diligence rather than PE
P2P Business Partner
Hi everyone, I need help choosing between two offers. First one is with GE Power on their FMP program, base of 70K + 5k sign on. Second one is with Raytheon Technologies on their FLDP, 70K base + 5K sign on as well. I don’t know how worried I should be about GE’s recent news of splitting. My long-term goal is to get a T25 MBA and go to Business Development/Corporate Strategy. I appreciate any help in advance!
I work as an Aircraft Technician, apart from gaining maintenance license from different countries, what else should I do to climb up the ranks. I am thinking to go for Masters in dont know what and also PMP courses. Do you think this is worth it in some way. I can switch to Aircraft maintenance planning later but will these endeavours help my cause in the future. Afterall, all this requires hefty financing which will be regretful if went without a fruitful reward. Emirates GE
Senior Solutions Architect
In years past, people used to talk about Oracle, Cisco, IBM and GE the way they talk about FAANG now. Before that it was Digital Equipment, and Wang Computers. Before that it was AT&T, Ford, GM, and Chrysler. The list goes on. Along the way, the people who over-optimized for those companies got laid off at the worst time possible - late 40s/early 50s. The point is that you shouldn't get enamored with a brand. FAANG will eventually go that way too.
flexibility to cover your situation. protection plans are adapted to 99% of situations either you are young or old, single or married, kid or no-kids, self protection or mate with or without protection.
Long hours, inexperienced people, no dedication from some employees, no accountability
GE Canada head office has moved to a new building at Minnesota Court in Mississauga. Its a LEED building with an onsite gym, lunch time fitness classes, and a cafeteria stocked with offsite prepared meals, snacks and drinks for purchase. Benefits include a defined contribution pension plan and company stock purchase program all with company matching and vests immediately. They are flexible and allow you to work from home (depending on manager preference). Vacations are at 3 or 4 weeks depending on pay band, and you have a few additional flex days. GE offers many programs that can fast track your career at the company, exposing you to various businesses/functions which targets fresh grads. They also have an employee training centre, Crotonville, which is like a GE university for training located one hour north of New York City. Your manager must nominate you to participate in this training. The worst thing is that they are no longer offering the defined benefit pension plan for new employees.
Company respects and values employees. C&B packages are not upto market standard
GE is a fairly generous employer, and we were all generally happy with the benefits package. There is not much more than I can say about that.
One of the best benefits, though don't confuse GE with newly formed or separated businesses like BHGE that offer one of the worst.