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    Darren Woods
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  • Company size
    more than 10,000
  • Revenue
    more than $10B (USD)
  • Industry
    Energy, Mining & Utilities
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Cashier in Ashburn, VA
on July 11, 2017
I can talk about typical night instead, because here I how to work over night. We had a young manager who was also cool but serious when it come to work. you have to be there and on time. The hardest part of the job was when there was no customer showing up; and the most enjoyable was when it got busy.
Senior Tax Analyst in Budapest, MO
on January 19, 2022
Do NOt think- this is expected. Work like a robot, sort out everything alone and in time. You can go for a holiday but nobody does you tasks as everybody is busy and nobody knows how you manage your job. Even your supervisor- who reached the level which surpasses her abilities.
Technology Specialist in Houston, TX
on January 12, 2022
Good base salary, but raises and promotions are based on a comparative performance system. While EM gave the PADP system a facelift a couple years ago, the core of the performance system is still built around ranking employees against each other rather than how well an employee met his/her agreed upon deliverables. This essentially has created a culture that rewards employees based on how they present themselves rather than how competent or skilled they are.During my time with ExxonMobil, I worked in EMRE, BTEC, and chemicals manufacturing. I observed an increasing trend of management wanting to see groups working to solve problems, and the people that were most rewarded/recognized were those leading this effort. While this sounds good in theory, what I routinely observed was that the working groups included many disciplines or technologies that had no relation to the problem at hand, and the work done was usually just a large group brainstorming session. Any follow-ups or additional information required would fall to the 1 or 2 technically competent people within that group, and while they did the work the group leader(s) would report out to all the interested bosses on the visible group activities. At the resolution of the issue, primary credit would be given to individual who spent his/her time keeping management updated of the group activities, while the contributions of the productive people would be minimized and often questioned. The effect of this culture was clearly seen during the great purge of 2020, when hundreds of highly competent plant and staff engineers were forced to resign because of poor performance ratings because management did not have a good perception of these individuals.
Cashier in West Virginia
on January 9, 2022
If you need a non fast food just getting started kind of job then here you go. But watch because as soon as you don't do what upper management thinks you should be doing or their so called favorite employees they will find an excuse to excuse you from employment because in WV you are an at will Employee.
Clerk in Stamford, CT
on December 23, 2021
Gained a lot of customer-employee relationships but management was slack and they watch you all day on camera and accuse you before finding out what happened. Just horrible.

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Would you like to advance. Physical agility and ability. Work overtime. Will to learn multiple jobs.

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Basic. Safety Physical agility Overtime. Vacation Working in groups

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