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Why work at GE Healthcare?
At GE Healthcare, we embrace a culture of respect, transparency, inclusion and diversity, while operating with the highest integrity. We aim to support our customers in the pursuit of precision health: healthcare that is integrated, highly personalized, and reduces waste and inefficiencies. We’re the third largest Med Tech company in the world and an experienced, innovative and proven partner with a 100-year history in health care.
We embrace our role as a global leader seeking to drive a healthier world, and foster an environment where our people are challenged and empowered to drive outcomes that make a difference. At GE Healthcare, we believe our people are our greatest asset. Our team is global, diverse and committed to serving our customers. Our global presence means that we’re able to allow our employees flexibility in how we serve our customers and innovate new solutions to meet local needs.
Your career at GE Healthcare
Whether you’re a student looking for an internship or graduate program, or an experienced professional looking for the next step in your career – there is a place for you on our team. Our team of more than 50,000 employees worldwide include some of the smartest minds in the industry, and are based in more than 100 countries around the world.
I have been working at GE Healthcare full-time (More than 5 years)
* open culture
* Good motivation & mentoring
* Need to speed up execution
I applied online. The process took 1+ week. I interviewed at GE Healthcare (Bengaluru) in July 2018.
The worst interview experience I had- The first round was online coding test. Upon clearing that, the HR called me and invited for a f2f discussion. Since I had to travel 3 hours to reach their office from my place I requested to wrap up all the rounds in one day and the HR assured that all the rounds will be conducted on same day only. Upon reaching their office on Tuesday, they just conducted one round asking some basic Java questions and asked me to leave. By mail communication the HR informed me that I'll need to come on Thursday for further rounds. On Thursday the interviewer started asking me mostly questions from Linux after asking few Java questions. From her uneasy questioning it was clear that she wasn't very much into Java. Upon asking she informed that the requirement is for Linux only and java is a very small part of the project. After the interview was over at 1 pm, I waited 4 hours for the feedback from the HR. After several attempts of calling her she finally picked up the phone and asked me to leave for the day. Completely wasted 2 entire days and 2 leaves for this utterly unprofessional company.