I loved to work at BP. It was one of the best work environments I have worked at. My team and other coworkers were extremely supportive and we reached a high level of productivity through excellent collaboration.
There are good and not so good leaders in BP just as in any large company. Most try to do their best and help the company succeed. BP compensates very well so that helps and they are trying hard to promote more female leaders.
Staff members were friendly as well as customers. Sometimes I would work well over 12 hours with no breaks or a relief. Bosses never helped out and I had to handle all aspects of the business on my own
If I spent time at this, it would be a waste. The company is yet another large corporate entity that cares nothing for those who supply it's labor.
It's local manager was taking money directly from checks of his employees for stolen gas and inventory incidents that they had no control over.
honestly, why am I having to waste 150 characters at this moronic company?
many challenges where faced during the day. I managed a gas station, so safety and customer service where extremely important all the time. This position was also a 24-7 job.i was also responsible for large amounts of money every day.this was a chalnage.
bp North America no longer operates US operations, All of the sites are now individually operated. Very few of these locations hire people outside of their family or offer any type of benefit package that would be standard in the workplace today.
The BP Cherry Point Project was unique, as several engineering companies bid on the job. And were required to utilize the client electronic document management system. This was a unique approach to managing documents. It was a learning experience, however I did not get to fully use the system as my company lost the bid.
Was a great place until new owners took over. New owners don't have a clue about the business. That made it hard for me to do my job. I was in charge of opening every morning. Hardest part of job was finding honest people that wanted to work.