General Electric

General Electric

Metrics Value

Scope 2 Emissions

2014 = 3.03M tonnes

CEO to Worker pay

2013 = 139 :1

Scope 1 Emissions

2014 = 1.95M tonnes

Good Company Grade

2014 = B- /A-F

Median Worker Pay

2013 = $ 81,100

Disclosure Score

2014 = 73 %

Total Water Withdrawals (G4-EN8-a)

2014 = 8.06B m3

Performance Score

2014 = D /A,A-,B,C,D,E

Conflict Minerals Report

2015 = Yes /Yes,No

Environmental Fines (G4-EN29-a)

2014 = $ Unknown

Labor Practices Screening of New Suppliers (G4-LA14-a)

2014 = Unknown %

Greenhouse Gas (GHG) emissions intensity ratio (G4-EN18-a)

2014 = 34 : 1

Energy Productivity

2015 = 8 %

Hazardous Waste Recycled (G4-EN23-a)

2014 = Unknown tonnes

Non-Hazardous Waste (G4-EN23-a)

2014 = Unknown tonnes

Injury Rates (G4-LA6-a)

2015 = 1 injuries per million hours worked

Current Income Tax Expense Benefit

2015 = $ 6.1B

Organisation Score

2016 = 50 %

Volatile Organic Compounds (VOC) emissions (G4-EN21-a)

2014 = Unknown tonnes

Employee Turnover (G4-LA1-b)

2014 = Unknown employees
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General Electric, often abbreviated as GE, is an American multinational conglomerate corporation incorporated in New York, and headquartered in Boston, Massachusetts. As of 2016, the company operates through the following segments: Power & Water, Oil and Gas, Aviation, Healthcare, Transportation and Capital which cater to the needs of Financial services, Medical devices, Life Sciences, Pharmaceutical, Automotive, Software Development and Engineering industries. In 2011, GE ranked among the Fortune 500 as the 68th-largest firm in the U.S. by gross revenue, and the 14th most profitable. As of 2012, the company was listed the fourth-largest in the world among the Forbes Global 2000, further metrics being taken into account. The Nobel Prize has twice been awarded to employees of General Electric: Irving Langmuir in 1932 and Ivar Giaever in 1973.