We hire and promote the best talent everywhere in the world. This isn't enough. We are committed to an environment where all employees contribute and the best ideas win every day. This is GE's Culture of Inclusion.
GE people are global, diverse and dedicated, operating with the highest integrity and passion to fulfill GE’s mission and deliver for our customers.
For over 125 years, we've been fostering a culture where all employees can contribute and succeed.
With 283,000 employees at work in approximately 180 countries, our culture is global, diverse, simple, and digital. We are dedicated to delivering better outcomes faster – for our customers, shareholders, and the world.
Balance the Equation
We have set good faith goals to drive more diversity of thought throughout the company and to inject urgency into recruiting more women to apply to technical roles. Want to learn more? Join our talent community at the link below.
GE has a long history of promoting diversity and inclusiveness in our global workforce. See this short video to learn about GE's ongoing commitment to ensuring our company reflects the communities we serve.
Our Diversity Affinity Networks
For a quarter century, GE’s affinity network model has helped our company attract and develop diverse talent to tackle the world’s toughest challenges. These teams are self-managed and propelled by the goodwill of employees, bringing tremendous value to GE and to the many communities around the world where we live and operate.
African American Forum (AAF) The AAF helps its members establish a strong personal network of fellow employees, leaders, and mentors. It also provides opportunities for meaningful community outreach.
Asian Pacific American Forum (APAF) The APAF is dedicated to attracting, developing, and retaining Asian Pacific American talent and helping to create a resource pool of these professionals to lead GE’s global growth.
Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgender & Ally Alliance (GLBTA) The GLBTA promotes a space where everyone has the freedom to show their support for GLBT employees and discuss issues important to this community through educational sessions, professional development events, recruiting, and many other activities.
Hispanic Forum (HF) The HF fosters connections at all levels of the organization through national and local chapter events hosted throughout the year. Through these events, the group shares best practices and implements programs aimed at professional and personal development, retention, community outreach, and member engagement.
People With Disabilities Network (PDN) PDN’s mission is to mobilize commitment to create a culture of inclusion, raise awareness and understanding about disabilities and work, and share information resources and support for GE employees with disabilities and their allies.
Veterans Network (VN) The VN's mission is to empower our community of veterans and allies to support, hire, and grow GE veterans and help make GE the employer of choice for veterans, reservists, and guardsmen.
GE Volunteers GE Volunteers make a powerful impact by providing skills-based volunteer service and focusing their efforts on improving the environment, education, community building, and health in the community.
Women's Network The rapidly growing Women’s Network has evolved into a worldwide organization for developing women in commercial, technology, operations, and other functions and recruiting women through GE's scholarship and GE Girls programs.