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GE Aviation Human Resources

Leading members of GE Aviation's Human Resources Team include Jeanne Hambright, Sarah Bergeron, Melissa DiMuro, Beth Dec, Laurie Harris, Annie Finn, Carla Bozeman, Chanel Griffith, Jenae Miklowcic, and Jennifer Murphy. GE Aviation's Human Resources Team has a direct impact on the company’s overall culture which is scored a C by employees. Let’s not forget culture starts at the top. John S. Slattery, GE Aviation's CEO, has been rated 67/100 by employees.

GE Aviation HR Team Versus other Departments

As the enforcers of company culture, it’s intriguing to know what the human resources department thinks about GE Aviation's culture in comparison to other departments. The human resources team at GE Aviation has not yet rated their overall culture. The average overall culture rating at GE Aviation is 65/100. Other notable culture scores are 69/100 from the Operations department and 68/100 from the Engineering department.

Operations
69%
Engineering
68%

The Effects of HR on GE Aviation

GE Aviation's human resources department has a direct impact on the work environment. Employees rate their environment a C and are happy at GE Aviation. When asked what’s positive about the culture and environment at GE Aviation, one user shared, “Good and the environment in also good”.

  • Bottom 40%
    C
    Overall Culture

    GE Aviation is in the Bottom 40% of Similar Sized companies on Comparably

  • Bottom 30%
    C-
    Leadership

    GE Aviation is in the Bottom 30% of Similar Sized companies on Comparably

  • Bottom 45%
    C
    Environment

    GE Aviation is in the Bottom 45% of Similar Sized companies on Comparably

  • Bottom 45%
    C
    Happiness

    GE Aviation is in the Bottom 45% of Similar Sized companies on Comparably

Recent Questions about HR at GE Aviation

  • How does GE Aviation handle HR issues?
    Not very fairly. I was terminated from my new position because I could not do the job properly. Instead of moving me back to the position I excelled at. I constantly told everyone I was struggling. Asked for extra training and brought my concerns to management, production coordinator and HR. I was allowed to continue failing until I was terminated. Where is the concern for the employee and not the product?
    Answered 4 years ago
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