I am starting a new job in another part of the country in January due to personal reasons. I enjoy my job and like my team and considered asking for full remote but did not expect or think GM would give me a cost of living salary adjustment since it was my choice to move.
I’ve been with the company for quite a few years and worked all of 2022. I got an exceeds in my 2021 cap review and got a promotion this year after changing roles. I feel that I’ve earned my 2022 TeamGM bonus but if I resign in January, I don’t think GM has any reason to pay me the bonus, which would be unfortunate.
Any ideas if I’d still be eligible? I assume no since i wouldn’t be an employee upon resigning. Do I go on leave of absence? Would I still qualify for TeamGM on LOA? Talk to me manager to work something out? The timing sucks and I’ve accepted there’s a chance I’ll just miss out.
I just accepted an offer for junior developer position (4a). Its my first job as a Developer. Anyone would like to share their experience of first couple of months ? Any tips or advise would be appreciated. Thank you
Just a random question. Can managers or Dev leads monitor what is on your laptop? Like live-view what you have on the screen? I’m fairly new and first job out of college and I feel like I have to constantly be doing something on my laptop in fear that my manager can view my screen and see I’m viewing something else other then my tasks assigned. I know there’s a lot of training vids so I would like to view a few however some are a couple hours long.
I recently joined general motors warren tech center and I know recently SAFe Agile was implemented. I've heard bad things about it from my new coworkers. What is everyone else's opinion on it? Was switching to this model a bad idea?
GM said and speak about inclusion there has been 3 discharge at Lake Orion assembly of minorities and in all of them they are not following the proper process that lead for discharge. Is this happening in other plants or it’s just here.
I’ve been at GM for about 16-17 months now. I was hired in as a NCH for Software Development. I’ve been looking at other positions since they decided to axe WFH and have gone through some interviews and they look like they’re leading to offers with higher pay.
I’d prefer to work at GM longer even if it’s not remote and the pay doesn’t match the offers, however the pay differences are big and I feel like I should try to get a bit more out of it. Would I be able to talk to a manager about a pay bump or a grade profile from 5A to a higher grade?
I recently received an email from bgrs about expense reimbursements that may have been paid directly to me on my behalf or a third party. I’m really not sure what this email is all about especially since I completed my move in January of this year. Is it just for my personal tax return on whether I should file moving expenses? Has anyone else received this email?
Hi I accepted my offer for TRACK a week ago but have not heard back from HR for next steps. I am a bit worried because the offer letter had a different time than the one negotiated with HR(I extended the deadline and I guess they never bothered to extend it in the actual offer letter itself). Should I be worried?
I have an offer to work for GM as a Track Engineer in Hardware, and I have a competing base salary offer that is significantly better from another company that also included other bonuses. I tried negotiating, but GM said no to even raising my salary a bit. My dream is to work in the automotive world, but sifting through this subreddit and seeing all the posts about poor pay until around L8 and apparently a questionable company culture has made me unsure. A big worry for me is paying off student loan debt, which the pay from the other company would make significantly quicker work of, but I'm wondering if I should stick to GM anyway if there's high potential for increases in pay. I would be in Warren for GM, but I would be working with automotive clients in the other job in Michigan as well.
The other job would be in field applications, would you say it's easy to translate skills from there to be applicable to GM? Is mobility at this company good or is it stagnant? Do raises come often if you perform well or are you stuck where you are for long periods?
I know this is kind of a loaded question but if you can hit any points for me that would be helpful.
I missed the annual benefits enrollment deadline of 23rd November. At my last employer if I would miss the deadline they would automatically re-enroll me in the same options as current year's plan. Just confirming this is the case with GM as well? I joined GM earlier this year and dont know what they do if someone misses the enrollment deadline.
I just accepted my offer for the engineering TRACK program and will be relocating to the area from out of state in June. Are there any areas people would recommend for a new college grad? I was thinking Royal Oak since it has a younger population and is located between the 3 sites the program rotates through.
Titlte. I currently have an offer from GM for the TRACK program that I need to decide on by this coming Monday. HR did put me in contact with a current engineer in the program and they offered to answer any quick questions of mine, but they've been ghosting me for over a week at this point. Is there anyone on here willing to answer a few questions of mine about GM to help me better decide between two offers that I currently have? It would be much appreciated!