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Elena Bajic
2006

(17)

5 stars

(51)

4 stars

(18)

3 stars

(19)

2 stars

(10)

1 star

Recommend to a friend

73%

Say this is a great place to work

65%

Proud to have on resume

77%

Employee - Manager / Senior Manager

You learn a lot from working at GM.

Employee - Manager / Senior Manager

A lot of changes are evolving for the better - since the bankruptcy. I hear that the working environment has improved and that's what I would have changed from when I was there.

Employee - Manager / Senior Manager

Culture was acceptable when I was there.

Employee - Manager / Senior Manager

Highly suggest that each person must work hard and smart to rise through the ranks. There's a lot of competition.

Employee - Manager / Senior Manager

Needs more diversity at all management levels.

Employee - Manager / Senior Manager

The culture you experience depends upon the business unit or division, especially if its manufacturing vs others. In general, it was positive and collaborative with employees who want to succeed.

Employee - Manager / Senior Manager

Great career opportunities if you happen to be in the right place and the right time.

Employee - Manager / Senior Manager

Bureaucracy should be pushed out.

Employee - Manager / Senior Manager

Strong culture, based on more than 100 years of experience; but much better nowdays that GM was reborn after the bankrupcy.

Employee - Manager / Senior Manager

In South America GM has held very high market share ratios, therefore is a very well known and respected Company. I learned a lot of things regarding the automotive industry there.

Employee - Manager / Senior Manager

I only recommend working at GM because of Ms. Barra who came in and restored integrity and respect to the associates. She walked into a totally out of control company and is doing a fantastic job. She was put into that position to fail and instead she shines as an GMI engineer (we share that) and a very strong executive.

Employee - Director

I think that they've made significant progress in flex time, working from home, but I think there's still a blurred line between professional and personal time.

Employee - Director

Since emerging from bankruptcy, I've never seen such a desire from employees at lower levels to the highest levels of leadership to be a champion for the customer experience, high quality of product and services, and a strong desire to employ the best and brightest. The culture is certainly one of adapting to change quickly, and embracing the new future of automotive. There is a strong passion for the company itself and I've personally witnessed it with many executives and employees.

Employee - Director

They take their core values seriously: first and foremost, the customer is their compass, and then followed by relationships matter (teamwork) and individual excellence. They show that they believe in the values often with examples.

Employee - Director

Need to distinguish between OLD and NEW GM, they are like night and day! NEW is "day".

Employee - Director

Alpha male culture - although I speak of OLD GM specifically.

Employee - Director

Being a "car guy" certainly helps - and very "mid western" in culture too.

Employee - Director

Large, diverse, unwieldy

Employee - Director

Best to be patient and learn how to navigate the matrix management style.

Employee - Director

Should try to be a more flatter organization. There are too many layers of management.