Overall Reviews at GE Healthcare
Quality Engineer | Waukesha, WI | Feb 2, 2020
Very good company.
Great company to work for with the exception of job security. A bad quarter could result in a reduction in staff. Other than that, it is a very good company to work for.
ProsGood work life balance.
ConsJob security. A bad quarter could result is reduction in staff with nothing to do with performance.
Instructional Designer | Waukesha, WI | Feb 6, 2020
Quick to cut
I enjoyed my job until new management came in from corporate the manager was cutthroat and vicious Did not understand the process and used people that could help her
Sales Director | Milwaukee, WI | Dec 12, 2019
demanding, high pace company
Awesome place to work and develop talent. A lot of demand on top performance. Every year they layoff of the lower percentage of performers. I successfully produced above and beyond expectations which allowed for many opportunities
Operations Associate | Wauwatosa, WI | Dec 2, 2019
Was afforded the opportunity to work remotely, which saved on travel expense but also increased my productivity by reducing distractions typically experience in an office environment. It was as though I was able to run my own small business.
Technical Support Engineer | Remote | Dec 4, 2019
Do your job
From my experience, as long as you do what is EXPECT of you, management will leave you be. Training is available and elevation within the company is obtainable for those that go after it and your actions matches the next role you are working towards.
Administrative Assistant | Wauwatosa, WI | Oct 30, 2018
Working with GE Healthcare was a great experience for me in many ways some good and so not so good. The team I worked with was compiled of many people at different phases in their career who had different personalities and career goals. I loved my job but when health issues arose whereas I received all of the legally binding support from HR nothing was done when my manager indicated that he was unwilling to work with a person with disabilities. All of the internal grievance processes and procedures seemed more geared towards protecting the company instead of being sure that employees are treated fairly. The company advertises diversity and has many networks and forums (i.e. People with Disabilities Network & Different Ethnicity Networks) for open sharing, but they don't do anything to make sure that cultural issues are actually addressed or resolved.
The most enjoyable part of my job were the philanthropic events and programs I got to arrange or be a part of and the hardest part was working in an environment where the people responsible for enforcing fair practices where employees rights were concerned chose the buddy system over the honor system.
ProsOn site fitness and health programs, on site cafeteria and tremendous growth opportunities
ConsPoor HR practices.
Marketing Communications Manager | Milwaukee, WI | Dec 10, 2019
Land of opportunity
The people are the true gems here. Leadership is amazing, driving successful culture of connectivity and people striving to do their best for the company and for the customer. Healthcare is a marketplace where products help to SAVE LIVES, an incredible place to spend your work days.
Supply Chain Manager | Waukesha, WI | Jan 15, 2019
This is your typical large, overly bureaucratic company that just can't get out of it's own way.
They want employees to act "fast" but, the number of approvals required to get anything accomplished is daunting. In addition, there are so many "lifers" that changing the culture is just not feasible.
Education Specialist | Houston, TX | Sep 2, 2018
A Company with good work-life balance
1. good workplace culture
2. 100% travel every week
3. management works closely with each employee to ensure that requested vacation days are available
Biomedical Technician | Lodi, CA | May 20, 2019
lack of manpower
this company takes forever to hire for additional support. i don't have 150 characters to describe this company. all i can say is, i had a good opportunity to work with other cultures.