- Work/Life Balance
- Culture & Values
- Career Opportunities
- Comp & Benefits
- Senior Management
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- Great pay as a consultant.
- Large volume of various types of issues.
- Ability to make a difference for clients (see Cons!)
- 100% Remote position.
- Poor management and company policies.
- Clients suffer from "budget cuts" that remove staff, compounding case load for FTEs.
- Lack of adequate staff to handle case load, which hurts clients by having issues remain in someone's queue for very long periods of time.
- Speaking up, ultimately for the client, can be a very quick way to lose your job.
- Lack of respect for contractors.
Advice to Management
It's time for GE to find new management instead of the "good 'ole boys" network currently going on. It's time for them to listen to their clients --and not just large clients--and staff appropriately so all clients have the benefit of excellent service.
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I applied through a recruiter. The process took 1 day. I interviewed at GE Healthcare (Rochester, NH (US)) in August 2014.
It was made through a consulting company first, which went fine. The manager was unavailable (a pattern that should have been a red flag!) so an alternate employee with a lot of experience interviewed me.