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I have been working at GE Power (Less than a year)
-Tests your technical skills and lots of room for learning
- lengthy training modules at the beginning
- Can become idle at times
Advice to Management
Educate employee base more about competitors and our best selling products.
I applied online. The process took 6+ months. I interviewed at GE Power (Schenectady, NY (US)).
Applied online. Initially got declined response via e-mail. Two months later, received a phone call from a manager. After a brief discussion, setup a rapid chain of events with HR, VTC, and in person interview scheduled in two weeks.
After in person interview, waited for over a month with no response. Was told HR was in turnover. One month later (two months since interview, six months since start, four months since phone call) received notice via e-mail that a company restructure was in progress.
Fairly standard interview questions. Shown around company, brief interview at desk, main interview over lunch.