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Good pay and benefits. Long hours 24/7/365 operation.90% boredom 10%chaos. When unit is running its great. Unit upset/start up/ shut downs can be chaotic and very stressful. Coworkers make all the difference.
Great Pay and Benifits
12hr shift work
Moved to various locations and was happy with the challenges and opportunities. Struggled with a slowly diminishing support functions though. Overall a good experience.
fixed cost focus hurts safety and productivity
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I work about 9.5 hours a day. I get n ok breaks or lunch. They don't give raises unless you can get into management. No benefits. You would have to pay for your own health coverage. They normally start people out about 8-8.50 an hour and don't give raises.
No breaks or lunch
bp currently has the feel of an old company. Most people have been at the company their entire careers and they even still have a pension program. However, company is going through a major reorg after the 2020 oil crash and CEO change. I have a feeling a lot of these old company benefits will go away and it'll become like all the other companies in most industries. Still overall good place and people are really nice. Hours aren't too bad.
compensation, culture, flexibility, low stress
shrinking industry, reorg's, antiquated systems and processes
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I was charged with several projects, maintaining field measurement equipment, field automation and SCADA operations and as long as issues were resolved within a respectable amount of time there was no problems.
Family was always first
management was always changing
My job is a good job. I enjoy going to my job, because I get to meet all kinds of people. I have many customers while I work on my shift. Most of them are very nice and I have come to know many of them by name. My time is spent in a gas station booth, so it is very tiny. I have become used to this environment even though I am in a small enclosure. I really enjoy the people that I work with and have build many good relationships with them. My work environment is not stressful, it is very manageable to me. I have a good attitude towards my customers and try to get along with all people.
Meet new people, Air Conditioner, Heating, Safe environment
Small Space, When equipment malfunctions
Working several projects at a time.Learned how to interface with multiple positions of authority in a positive and productive manner.Project management Teams averaged a 3oo5 rating.Workplace culture was interesting in a remote arctic environment
Living in a remote location and good food and seasonal wildlife
Organizational and work practice changes, Poor roll out of changes, Severe weather conditions
I enjoyed my Boss and fellow employees and dealing with the customers. I took pride in my work ethic and abilities. The hours were flexible when needed and I worked my tail off to prove my worth.
Free food and pop
Overnight hours could get boring
The manager only gives you days even if planned months in advance if it fits her schedule; meaning she doesn’t have to come in. They didn’t have prices for more than half the things in the store you would have to look them up or go look on the system, but then wanted you to try to “up sell” and say you were in sales. You had to take your break as soon as u got there because you work alone , you close alone and it’s dark and bad things could easily happen. Snow rain or storm you have to get on top of a ladder and clean the pumps which I’m sorry it’s dangerous at night with no one else there with you. It’s very unprofessional even from manager up. They only care about sales, they do nothing to help locally, over charge for gas to cigarettes. I had nothing but complaints from loyal customers. I would NEVER work nor spend money at BP period!