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What are people saying about the leadership at GE Corporate?
of employees approve of H. Lawrence Culp, Jr.’s performance as CEO
CEO Approval is based on 3.455 ratings
Chaotic organization driven only from the stock rate, no clear planning possible
Written by Lead Engineer Mechanical-Component (Current Employee) from Bezirk Baden, AG on June 18, 2019
IT systems are not stabile and very slow. Therefore you loose each day many time with the IT-systems, on the other side the capacities are very low, so that you have not enough time to do your job properly.
The management is looking to its own benefit, but not to the overall benefit of the company.
The people in general are friendly, but not really - more...
Offices with good climatization, salary is payed in time
Short term changes do not allow any planning; Most people are fighting only for themselves, not for the company profit;