“This is my fourth role in GE, and during the past 13 years, I had the opportunity to work in different regions with some excellent managers, peers and business unit teams. I have leveraged these opportunities to develop good relationships, and it has made me culturally sensitive as well. I feel that having good relationships with people in your function goes a long way in helping you with your job. This has helped me in the past and is helping now.”
To enable its renaissance in U.S. manufacturing, GE Appliances had to completely reboot IT to act like an agile startup. TechRepublic has an inside look at the groundbreaking project.
Forbes and the job aggregator site Indeed.com teamed up to find the 25 technology companies that are hiring the most right now for jobs that pay $60,000 a year, or more. The picture they offer does not reflect a precise number of available jobs, since an opening can be listed in more than one place and can remain online for a time after it’s filled. Nevertheless, the numbers do offer a strong, broad gauge of which tech companies are expanding and taking on the most new workers. GE ranked 7th.
General Electric’s Chief Technology Officer recently said that the company’s support of Apple’s iPhones and Macs for employees is a recruiting positive that communicates to candidates that it is a “contemporary company.”
GE’s financial services unit, GE Capital, announced that it would open a new technology center in New Orleans this summer. The center will hire 300 IT professionals over the next three years who will help deploy GE capital in a faster and smarter manner.
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