Customer Service Representative (Former Employee) – Three Rivers, CA – January 17, 2018
i dont suggest working at this location. manager was rude, made promises of advancement and never followed through. was made to take on supervisor roles and never received the compensation for a supervisor position
This was a place that you meet all kinds of people. Some people actually felt like family because they come in everyday at the same time.
Cashier/Customer Service (Former Employee) – Quitman County, MS – January 17, 2018
I loved working here. Very fun everyday there was a rush but then it would calm back down. The hardest part of this job was if someone comes in with a credit card and want there money back in cash and that's not the policy. Also the store did not own a scanner so remembering every price of every product in store was the hardest.
Cashier/Customer Service (Former Employee) – Bullhead City, AZ – January 16, 2018
I loved working at chevron, It was something that i liked doing there. I have worked all the shifts there, I liked all my customers. A typical day at work is checking the coffee and checking everything to make sure everything is stocked, then checking the trashes and checking the bathrooms to make sure they have everything, also wiping down all the counters, making sure there is two or more people working so you can going the cooler to stock it. Also Meeting new friends there One of my co workers became my best friend but she is like a mom to me more.
Finding a Dog that came into the store and now he's My best friend :)
l was laid off by Chevron during while in this role.
Drill/Well Site Manager (Former Employee) – California – January 16, 2018
In the beginning this was a great opportunity for me. The training I received was great. I was involved in a motorcycle accident while on my days off and that hindered my development in this new role and I was laid off due to the crash of oil & gas prices.
HR Assistant/Generalist (Former Employee) – San Ramon, CA – January 15, 2018
Generalist were assigned a section of the country we were responsible for while working for CSI Stations. Answered questions or inquires from the Area Manager. Worked with employees and Station Managers to provide correct benefit and leave information and processing. Created and maintained call logs, reports and spreadsheets. Process and administrate drug and background checks for new hires as well as random testing. Required to keep files updated.
On site cafeterias, gym, valley ball and basketball court, walking trails. Credit Union on site beautiful working site.
Several organizational changes in the years as an employee about every two or three years.
The work is rewarding and it is a nice place to work. The office is located downtown. If you are an employee you will receive discounts for parking and/or public transportation. As a contractor you will need to negotiate parking with your pay, if not parking can be expensive.
Customer service (Former Employee) – Carlsbad, CA – January 9, 2018
Work usually has its ups and downs, There is certain time frame where its fast paced and then its slow. If management is not fully staffed you are either left alone to work during busy hours and hardly get a set schedule.
Cashier (Former Employee) – Stockton, CA – January 9, 2018
I loved working at Chevron. it was by far my favorite job. the only issue I ever had was with a manager for reasons I don't need to discuss online, I would work for them again if it was at a different store.