Executive Assistant (Former Employee) – Leatherhead – 3 December 2018
My last year at Exxon was dismal and even though I was a high performing individual they did not engage me in any development discussions and decided that the best option for me was to go to a dead end clerical job. When I refused I was literally bullied out the door and HR did nothing to support me. So after 12 yrs service I was left demoralised by the whole situation. Literally the manager was a complete bully. So even after 10-11 yrs of happy service I would not recommend Exxon to anyone. They don't look after their staff and treat those who have been loyal like dirt.
Store Manager (Former Employee) – London – 25 March 2016
Gained experience in a different field of retail, food alongside personal and premises licence and level 2 food hygiene certificate. Have contributed to increases of the store profit by 36% and achieved high ratings in store audits over 90%
Assess the British portfolio held by the company and report movement.
Portfolio Analyst (Former Employee) – London, ENG – 25 June 2015
To gather data about what usage and purchase and and ad to database. meet with staff such as brokers to report movement.also dealing with partner organisations to enable more accurate reporting.
I was able to learn more about corporate structure in a truly multi national company. their way of reporting and how to work by my own imitative and working as part of an extended team that covered 4 continents.
The hardest part of the job was the commute from Maida Vale to Temple in London. The most enjoyable part was how well you are looked after by management and most of my team were genuinely good people and have become friends.
There was also the travel, meetings in restaurants and the attention to detail.
company that looks after its staff well.
some arrogant staff members spoil the work environment.
Enjoyed working with intelligent people for positive experience
Expert German Gas Controller (Former Employee) – Leatherhead, UK – 25 May 2015
Role included constant and accurate processing and implementation of information for positive marketing outcome. Learning everyday on the job about so much: global business, marketing, customer relationships, regulatory requirements, contracts, European law. Management was informative, helpful and supportive. It was a necessity to get along with, support and inform co-workers. Hardest part of the job was working a night shift. Everything else from the high workload to the relevance of the work was extremely enjoyable.
Internship (Former Employee) – Cyprus – 11 March 2015
Great working environment. Everyone is helpful and friendly whilst being very productive. The main company operations include retail sales, asset management and the fuel import terminal in Larnaca. Run approximately 62 Esso service stations across cyprus.
Demanding but rewarding, stand or fall on decisions you make
Group D manager(last position-pipeline supervisor) (Former Employee) – Southern England and Marine – 10 November 2012
Reiew overnight activity, hold meeting (teleconference usually) with field techs, adjust task priority. Review budget, check planned objectives are tracking correctly. Visit at least one remote site. Carry out review of work control procedures/coshh /risk assessement