Control Engineer (Former Employee) – Stirlingshire – 19 December 2017
All duties and tasks, at all levels carried out in accordance with the "No Accidents, No Harm To People, No Damage To The Environment" policy of BP. Sufficient Training, flexible, nice place to work at.
Customer Service (Former Employee) – Hornchurch, Greater London – 15 December 2017
I was working in a Wild bean M&S BP, it was 3 businesses in one place but it was too much work for 2 or 3 people working in one shift. We had to do cafe work, supermarket work as well as the fuel side and I think there weren't enough staff to get everything done to a standard they wanted. The customers were fantastic, most staff were nice but some were very rude. The cleaning standards were high like a 5 star hotel . This job will suit someone who doesn't mind working different shifts and likes keeping busy all the time at a fast pace. The night pay is only 50p/ hour more than day rate and it messes up your body clock. It takes a couple of days to recover from a night shift. 50% off lunch is only valid to a certain amount and you can't take it home! If you want to take food home you only get 15% off.
Half price lunch, paid break, plenty of overtime
Night shifts, on your feet all the time, rude staff
Oil Customer Service Assistant (Former Employee) – Thetford – 15 November 2017
BP gives everyone great opportunities to progress through the company very easy going workplace and very down to earth, there is plenty of training which is made fun to do and i really enjoyed working for them
Manager Operations (Former Employee) – Shephers bush London – 5 November 2017
A few places where Bp Mines I dont approve of, else company runs on good ethical & moral Grounds. People are valued & given good insurance packages. This was in UK. I dont know how good BP remunerates internationally.
BP is a great place to work in terms of management, holiday allowances and flexible shift patterns but pay for a duty Manager is pretty bad. You’re expected to be able to do the same job as a store manager and store deputy manager but pay is only marginally more than being a CSA and if you take into account the extra hours duty’s do without being paid for because it’s a salary position, CSAs end up on more than you.
Good Management, great environment to work in, 50% off lunch
Trainee in engineering (Former Employee) – Kingston upon Hull – 18 October 2017
As I was only there for work experience, I cannot make much of a comment on BP, however, I was treat well and given responsibility. I enjoyed my time at BP, it taught me many things about working, including values, and etiquette
Great teams, just short staffed with too high of a workload.
Deputy Store Manager (Current Employee) – Basingstoke, Hampshire – 17 October 2017
Very much the same tasks day in and out with little variation. Not enough team members to cover all of these tasks. Great teams with great attitudes. HO keep changing how processes work in store without looking at how this impacts stores.
Customer Service Assistant (Former Employee) – Sonning – 10 October 2017
I wouldn't advise anyone with a short temper to work at BP. A lot of the members of staffed are poorly trained and extremely lazy with the management lacking in any skills to control and maintain and good day to day business.