Event Planner (Former Employee) – Fairfax, VA – September 28, 2016
ExxonMobil is a company that expects it's employees to conduct their business with integrity and the highest degree of ethical consideration. It's policies underline the importance of these values and management is supportive in how these are implemented on a daily basis.
As an event planner I had the opportunity to work with a wide range of people, and found working with such smart, considerate, driven people to be very rewarding.
Attracts smart and motivated employees.
Closed it's Fairfax campus in order to consolidate facilities in Houston!
fun place to work at meeting new people all the time
ole (Former Employee) – Hot Springs, AR – September 27, 2016
Assessed customer needs and responded to questions. Cleaned and straightened work area. Issued receipts for purchases and gifts. Worked with customer service to resolve issues. Weighed food to determine correct pricing. Operated cash register with proficiency. Worked overtime shifts during busy periods.Conducted daily pre-shift and weekly departmental meetings to ensure organizational efficiency.
Majority of the Exxons are owned by cheap indians who dont care about their employees safety
Customer Service (Current Employee) – Memphis, TN – September 25, 2016
Majority of the Exxon's are owned by cheap Indians who don't care about their employees safety. They're are no benefits. The customers take their frustration out on employees because of the poor functioning equipment.
Lead Scaffold Carpenter (Former Employee) – Beaumont, TX – September 20, 2016
• Lead carpenter, oversaw day to day operations of the repair facility. • Preformed repairs, in building and fill all orders for must need services • Inspected and tested equipment in order to locate damage and worn parts and diagnosed malfunctions • Read work orders to determine required repairs. • Monitor process indicators, instruments , gauges, and meters to detect and report any possible problems
Enjoyed my co-workers. Always given high priority and challenging jobs. I worked all over the world and had a chance to teach others, sometimes with an interpreter.
Always given high remarks on my job performance, daily and yearly. I retired which maybe was a mistake as the company was moving to the Woodlands and I did not want to make the long drive everyday. i learned to get along from people which came from other cultures.
Job gave me a chance to make decisions
Excessive meetings which kept me from doing what I was hired to do.
Process Operator (Former Employee) – Baton – September 13, 2016
Tremendous opportunity but poor upper management. Very cutthroat. There is no room for human error with this company. Mistakes in their eyes are not tolerated. Could've done things differently and make no excuses
I was responsible for planning and prioritizing my work. I learned how to self manage my days work. I felt that management supported me not only in my daily duties, but also when I was designing various tools to assist fellow employees in their jobs. I enjoyed the people that I worked with and still stay in contact with many of them. The hardest part of the job was seeing it move to Texas. The best part of the job was feeling appreciated for the many things that I did.
I loved working for ExxonMobil. Everyone was driven to succeed. Company was very well structured vertically, change of command was very responsive and listened to employee needs. Not very much red tape due to the leanness of the organization. Hardest part was the work-life-balance. I was away from home over 75% of the year.
ExxonMobil is a very strong and well disciplined company. However, it can be political, robotic, slow moving, and stuck in its ways. I was exposed to many different sections, divisions, organizations, and business-lines while I was at ExxonMobil. One of the primary things I noticed was the culture, happiness, and well being of the employees ranged dramatically section to section. Some areas of the company were very good while others were terrible.
Another major take away is the ranking system is very political. Your ranking depends more so on how well you are liked by your knowledgeable-others than your technical abilities.
Manager (Current Employee) – Northville, MI – September 1, 2016
I learned and furthered my knowledge of company PNL and how the pricing could effect profit along with how to balance the two as to not lose customers. A typical day involved opening the store by 5:30 in the morning and taking care of news paper inventory, doing daily paper work and balancing of books and product inventory, ensuring cash deposits were properly counted and logged. This company has a wonderful management team and team work between managers of other stores. It is an enjoyable place to work but due to relocation being necessary for our family due to my fiances job it is necessary for a new job to be acquired for me.
Cashier (Current Employee) – spriengfield, VA – August 27, 2016
Our Manager really work hard and friendly manager, he is our hero, He always does before he order to do whatever he wanted to fix. I learned so many things that is about treat of customer, how to work as a teamster, learn new things. I really enjoyed the satisfaction of our costumers.
They have some of the best people in the industry working for ExxonMobil. They are highly motivated individuals that can't help and rub off on whoever works there. The hours are 40 hours as long as all your work is done and there is no work outside of the office for security reasons. It is a great place to work and grow as a developer.
great place to work different food items to chose from was satifying to all
Cook (Former Employee) – Southhaven Ms – August 24, 2016
A typical day at work was enjoying preparing meals for customers. I learned about different blend s of spices different foods and ways to cook. Managers was good. team players. not/any hard part about the job. satisfying the customers making sure there food was prepared properly.
Sales Associate (Former Employee) – Smithfield/ Warwick, RI – August 22, 2016
My typical day working for Mobil would start by taking inventory counts and counting out my cash register to make sure there weren't any discrepancies between paperwork. I would stock merchandise, cash out customers, authorize gas pumps, answer phones, manage mechanic appointments, clean and maintain the inside of the store, along with the property. I made inventory orders for product and also received orders. I dealt with customer complaints and made the schedules for the rest of my team members.
Management was non-existent and I was told by the owner that the store was my responsibility unless we needed to shut down for any reason.
I worked alone on every shift so I didn't really have the opportunity to really know my co-workers.
The hardest part of the job was constantly having to work when I was not scheduled due to other employees calling out or not showing up to work. Most of the time I would work open to close with out compensatory wages. Also it was difficult to work there after being a victim of armed robbery.
The most enjoyable part of the job was getting to know the regular customers and maintaining a bond in order to keep them coming back.
Having a great set of regulars who had amazing personalities.
Long hours, unpredictable work schedule, poor wages, and becoming vulnerable to armed robbery.