At GE, developing people is embedded in our culture and integral to our growth. Developing people is how we have succeeded across industries and around the world. It’s how we’ve sustained a 130-year record of innovation and reputation for leadership. It’s how we solve the toughest challenges for our customers and society. Developing people allows – more...us the build, power, move and cure. It prepares us all for the future. Today, that is as important as ever. Globalization and technology are converging with unprecedented speed to reshape every job, workplace and industry. Our commitment to developing people starts with a belief that education systems must align early and always with the changing requirements of the new economy. It continues with the understanding that employers and educational institutions must collaborate over skills development, enabling people to learn new, relevant skills and work smarter over the entire course of a career. And it creates global leaders, people who can navigate the complexity of our times with clarity, courage and integrity. Developing people is commitment that doesn’t just make us better; it makes everyone better. Let GE invest in helping you grow both personally and professionally. – less
A good work place for anyone wanting advancement and growth in their career.
Written by Retention Sales Agent/Customer Services (Former Employee) from NZ on 17 September 2019
I met my KPI's and I must say I always leave my customer satisfied. Personally I had no customer come back with a complaint about my not being able to deliver.
However the hardest part of the job was although I was meeting my KPI's and servicing my customers well, showed up everyday,it was still not good enough, it was really discouraging and I - more...
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Written by Purchasing and Sales Support (Former Employee) from Auckland, Auckland on 16 February 2017
Great support from management and always there to help. Awesome work culture. Hardest part of this role is having to contact overseas workshop during odd hours in the night due to time difference. Nice team to work with!