Cashier (Former Employee) – Monrovia MD – April 24, 2012
Came in a 10pm and worked till 7am. Helped customers till 1 or 2 in between customers I would clean and stock store take trash out sweep and mop. About 5am I would make coffee and food clean gas pumps off and get ready for the end of my shift count out my register.
Facilities/ Personal Assistant to President BP Mex (Current Employee) – Santa Fe, CDMX – August 23, 2019
Como es una empresa internacional cuenta con una cultura organizacional diferente, lineal, donde todos tenemos forma de hablar y ser escuchados, esta certificada como empresa socialmente responsable, por su calidad de vida y ética empresaria.
Instrument & Electrical Engineer - Manager (Former Employee) – Whiting, IN – August 23, 2019
BP was a great place to work, but it always felt like someone was looking over your shoulder. The people in my group were great. It seemed like all we did was work on instrument issues rather than projects.
clerk (Former Employee) – Lawrence, KS – August 22, 2019
I loved working for this store if I hadn't had to move I'd still be with this company the scheduling was nice and communication was always great and how they take time to make sure your properly trained
Data Architect/DB Admin (Former Employee) – Houston, TX – August 20, 2019
Enjoyed working in Energy trading data warehousing & reporting. Excited to build DOA administration application for global deployment and developed data model for Credit risk management. The most enjoyable part work is building business critical applications that provide value to the business
Geomatics Cartographer (Current Employee) – Aberdeen, Aberdeen City – August 20, 2019
Poor management within the department I work in, made to feel as if you are not part of the team. Always looked upon as if 'oh they're just a contractor, they must be earning a fortune'. In fact all full time employees received bonuses and reward gifts this year but nothing as far a contract staff are concerned. Daily rate cut three years ago and not risen since despite annual requests. Contractors be aware.
Risk Engineer Apprentice (Former Employee) – Jakarta – August 20, 2019
Throughout the internship experience in BP, I have learned a lot how to handle a project from end-to-end. Even though I was only an intern, the manager has been very great in giving me the opportunity to handle a project on my own as well as mentored me along the way. At the end of the program, I was given the opportunity to present it to the Director of the GWO division, which was both challenging and exciting for my professional development.
Cashier/Server (Former Employee) – Elkridge, MD – August 19, 2019
Working here taught me patience. Dealing with people can be tricky so you have to know how to treat them because everyone who walks in is different. Management was very particular and worried about the wrong things- felt as if they cared more about money then the customers who walked in.
Customer Service Representative (Former Employee) – Launceston TAS – August 19, 2019
I worked here for a period of 11 months and they didn't remember that I had my daughter every 2nd weekend and didn't do the roster accordingly. Early morning and late nights made it very difficult with my daughter and the work/life balance
It wasnt like i thought it would be. They didnt really want to help me out got frustrated with me when i messed up a diesel pump. They didn't want to actually teach me showed me but didn't want to teach me
Gas Station Cashier (Former Employee) – Hastings, MI – August 15, 2019
I opened so had to be there at 4 am to open at 5 am. I had to clean. stock, and wash, what the closer did not do before we opened also make coffee and tea throughout the day. clean, stock, inventory, and ordering products.