GE is transforming itself into the world's leading digital industrial company - bridging physical and analytical worlds, selling at scale in 175 countries with the best local leaders, and creating a better GE for employees and customers. GE has been operating in the UK since the 1930s. Today our 18,000+ employees serve the energy, oil...Read more
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Frequent promotions and raises. Supportive environments. Transparency. Flexible schedules. Who doesn't want those things at work? But until Millennials came along, employers weren't exactly heeding the call. Now many are - even traditional blue chips like General Electric. Millennials, according to various estimates, will make up a majority of the workforce after 2020 - a stat that's not lost on employers. At some companies the shift is even more dramatic. Consulting firm PwC estimates...
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"Before joining GE I volunteered to teach a short course on superconducting materials at the Linyi University in Shandong province China, as part of a joint summer school programme between their university and the mathematics department at Cambridge. I then did a brief internship in Shanghai for a small green technology company specialising in th..."Read more
So, you've spent hours job hunting online and finally found a position that ticks all the boxes for you and you have the skills and experience required. You fill in a short application form, upload your CV, and click the submit button with high hopes of securing the role. That nerve-wracking time between submitting your CV, and hearing back from a potential employer is commonly referred to as the 'black hole' by jobseekers eager to hear the outcome of their application. But what really...