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Phillips 66 treats their lower level supervision like trash. They remove positions and pile on responsibilities to lower level supervision. The managers have expectations of perfection and contribute absolutely nothing to the overall goal. They pretty much feel like we pay you to make it work now go make it work before we pile more on for you.

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I would work hard to boost morale and to let employees know their worth. I would be more accessible to the people working there. I would be more aware of how HR treats the employees working for me.

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Treat people like you actually want them to work there. "we pay you well so don't complain" mentality is terrible. It's only a paycheck, and not an organization anyone is proud of working for. Focus on the people who make the executives rich. They may just stick around.

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This company used to be very team and family oriented. Now you are constantly expected to give more of your time for the same. The ones that give all they can are constantly called upon to do more until they burn out.

Answered - Operations (Current Employee) - Sweeny, TX

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Management will never find fault in themselves or engineers. They will always point fingers elsewhere and follow up with discipline.

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Maybe hire more people.

Answered - Project Engineer, Oil/Energy Industry (Current Employee) - Wood River, IL

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Director level managment needs experience in the areas of their responsibility.

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I would focus more on developing young talent

Answered - Transportation FP&A Intern (Former Employee) - Houston, TX

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Replace the management mentality.

Answered - Contractor (Former Employee) - Ponca City, OK

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Replace the management mentality.

Answered - Contractor (Former Employee) - Ponca City, OK

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