Cashier (Former Employee) – Cadiz, KY – September 21, 2017
Job itself is easy enough, counting, inventory, managing your register. The store Manager was awful, and holds no authority. She was too busy sticking her nose in other local stores to handle the problems happening at her own. Coworkers were great, bonded together against poor management.
management is lazy and turns things against you points fingers and doesnt take responsibility for her own actions unfair and rude, to much drama in the store im alot smarter then what the give me credit for, the hardest part going into work hearing drama that the manager started and when you report it absolutely nothing gets done
Shift supervisor (Former Employee) – Mount airy Maryland – September 18, 2017
100% I would have recommended until company was sold. Not very nice new owners and cut in pay if u stayed. Most enjoyable the customers and also customers sometimes stressful. Coffee run in morning definitely kept you very buisy. Did cleaning and ordering of store merchandise Getting change out of locked office. Closing down store when hours were changed closing at midnight responsible for register , money in office,cleaning taking care of all customers, locking door turning off all lights stopping pumps setting alarm being available 24/7 if alarm goes off
Cashier (Former Employee) – Wickliffe, OH – September 16, 2017
Busy allways doing something.working with a lot of different attitudes taught me to be very patient and respect all of my coworkers and patrons.the job itself was a learning process. I enjoyed working with the people the patrons just being able to help.
Cashier, daily store operations (Former Employee) – Mukwonago, WI – September 13, 2017
Working at the 5 star BP in Mukwonago, was a rather dull job experience, the work load was repetitive and uninvolved leading to many hours of boredom and standing around, and many irate customers who are quite often impatient when they can't figure out how to pump gas. The only redeeming quality of the position was the ability to converse with many customers that were regulars and helping to brighten their day.
Positive customer experiences
minimum pay, no benefits, boring and repetitive work, Irate customers taking frustrations out on employees
Production Operations Tech Well Diagnostics (Former Employee) – Ulysses, KS – September 13, 2017
Great company with awesome benefits. Great safety culture and people to work with. Seamless communications from top to bottom. Your voice is always important and considered during all business reviews.
Salesforce Admin/Developer (Former Employee) – Chicago, IL – September 12, 2017
Worked with functional leads to transform and develop new requirements into design and implementation.Designed, developed and deployed the Custom objects, Page layouts, Custom tabs, Components, Visual Force Pages, Apex classes to suit to the needs of the application. Customized the Dashboards to the track usage for productivity and performance of business centers and their sales teams. Customized tabs for among different business user’s groups and business centers.
Production Engineer (Former Employee) – Houston, TX 77079 – September 8, 2017
Great place to work. I liked the culture, Training was always available. The Westlake office had many fringe benefits, such as day care, pharmacy, Dentist, Medical, Physical Therapy and Optometrist on location for easy access. They also had on site lunch with a variety of choices.
Master Planning Manager (Former Employee) – Naperville, IL – September 7, 2017
I was the liaison between Supply Chain and marketing. I conducted weekly meetings with cross functional team for progress to end goal of building new models of tractors for market. I had monthly executive reviews for status and if additional hep required. I launched 16 tractors on time or earlier than requirements.. I would then provide lessons learned and best practices to other foreign affiliates.
Cashier (Former Employee) – Louisville, KY 40291 – September 7, 2017
I started with bp in the mid 80's.I was just a cashier then. Then after about 2 years dennis the guy that I became a my partner later. He offered me a job being his assistant.And we started as a team working for bp in the louisville area. We worked at many locations. Then we started with short stop. I guess I was in retail for about 10 to 15 years before I got married and moved to tn.