2012 Top Places to Work in PR: General Motors


General Motors 

GM puts its new hires through a rigorous job rotation to learn the fundamentals of GM communications. Its newest employees spend approximately nine months in three key positions: brand communications, internal communications and corporate communications. For emerging leaders, developmental opportunities are offered academically through the Harvard School of Business, INFORUM—a professional women’s alliance— as well as through challenging “stretch assignments” in and outside of the communications department.

In addition to mentoring and excellent professional growth opportunities, GM offers a competitive compensation package including matching one dollar for each dollar in an employee’s 401K. The company is focused on being an employer of choice, so even in a challenging economy, high-potential employees are offered in-level promotions. One of the best perks for is an employee discount for any new Cadillac, Buick,
GMC or Chevrolet. 




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