General Store Manager (Former Employee) – Framingham, MA – May 3, 2013
Manage the station. controling of inventory and ordering for the station. Training and developing of the station employee, delagating tasks and follow up. Scheduling of all employees. Hardest part is that most of the employees have no loyalty it's just a job to them
delaing with all types of people both customers and employees
being tied to the station 19hrs a day 7 days a week
I work with different people, race, but that not change the fact that we are working and we need to be focus on work, and costumers satisfaction. The most enjoyable part of this work is the good relationship with the others coworkers and costumers.
Great place to work if you have no customer service with the right manger.
Sr Sales Associate (Former Employee) – Norwich, NY – March 31, 2013
I worked for 9 different managers in 9 years. We generally were a "big" family. Both stores worked as one most of time. The last manager did nothing to promote the "family" experience. I learned many different aspects of Hess and the gas station business.
Gas Station Attention (Current Employee) – Bayville, NY – April 14, 2015
A regular day of work would be clocking in and getting right to business, everyday brought something new to the table, my knowledge and help better learn and understand things i didnt know off. YES there is hard days but it helps pressure me into knowing that i can have bad and good days and cope with them.
Assistant Manager (Current Employee) – Plymouth, MA – June 11, 2012
I have been working with Hess for over seven years and still enjoy my job. I would stay forever if health insurance was obtainable in my situation Hess denied me based on pre existing condition (my husband is diabetic), and if I knew that there were possible pay increases to help supplement cost of private insurance.
Gas Attendant (Current Employee) – newark NJ – May 4, 2014
I worked alongside coworkers who were at least 20 years my senior and they were all great men. Management was cool to deal with because they didn't come outside too often. Lots of on your feet, on the move action all day. The hardest part was dealing with rude customers and the best was talking with the ordinary people with extraordinary stories.
Very good place to work but too many changes in upper management
PLANNER/SCHEDULER (Current Employee) – Seminole, TX – January 13, 2016
It is a good place to work but there are a lot of guess repair work being done causing rework on the same equipment or areas. The people are very knowledgeable on some areas but upper management decision making hampers other work progress.
Gas Attendant (Former Employee) – Pennsauken, NJ – February 2, 2016
A typical Day for me was hard work no play, I learned to work the cashier. Management enjoyed having me there. Co-worker if we got along great if not there was never an issue .. My job ot done.!! The Hardest part of the job was working in the snow. But I must admit I enjoyed helping customer if they had a problem with there car. and meeting new people
A typical work day starts at 5 am to open the kitchen, with the morning hours preparing scratch made meals for our guests and VIPs. 11 am is the start of our two hour lunch service in which we go from cooks to servers. 1 pm to 2:30 pm is clean up and close the kitchen
Global Supply Chain Associate - Category Manager (Current Employee) – Houston, TX – November 18, 2014
Hess Corporation is a company that has a great working culture. I have learned much about the Oil & Gas industry and gained valuable insight into supply chain best practices and principles.The most enjoyable part of this position was working as a team in order to gain advantages over our competitors.
Associate (Former Employee) – Tampa, FL – January 16, 2015
A typical work day at Hess was always an exciting and new day. Each day I meet different people from different places which made the job enjoyable at all times. My management team was awesome they were very welcoming and friendly. I love going to Hess any day not just work days. The hardest part of the job was the day I had leave for good.
Sales Associate (Former Employee) – New york – April 25, 2014
Im sure not all the stores were like the one i worked at. THe particular store i worked at made the experience of working there horrible. When i relocated however my experience improved dramatically. While i wouldnt work here for years upon years it was a god way to earn some money during my summers home from college.
welder metal fabrication (Former Employee) – Hays, KS – July 30, 2012
Very busy fabrication shop with a huge workload.Management was always willing to help you out when you had a problem with blueprints and were always willing to show you little tricks of the trade to increase your production i learned alot about metal fabrication.
Site Manager (Former Employee) – Lancaster, PA – November 1, 2015
A company that rewards hard work and dedication with advancement and promotion. Building strong teamwork and work ethic in all levels of employees. Well rounded work environment ranging from cash handling to merchandising to QSR.
Company was good people who is running is not doing batter job
Store Manager (Former Employee) – Lehigh Acres, FL – October 7, 2012
day was hard no help one person all day I learned how to work without any help poor management co wokers was helpful even with runing back and forth running register Hard part keeping the store line down with no help enjoyable part was dealing with our customers
Very team oriented and great management. Everyone worked together as a team to make sure the work was done. Management appreciates your hard work and value you as a team member even if you're a contractor.
even as a contractor management values you as part of the team.