elec tech/insp/comm (Former Employee) – Aberdeen – 1 May 2018
long 12 hour shifts A lot of hard work done A lot of safety emphasis decent breaks good management overall a lot of stairs with a lot of walking about very cold at times with horrendous weather mix of testing and inspection with technical work and working with commissioning.
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