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2015 Human Resources Coordinator Intern

BP Warrenville, IL

Role Synopsis The Human Resources team supports our businesses, leaders and individual employees to maximize performance and fulfill their potential… Glassdoor

6 days ago

Payroll Assistant

BP Muscat

Role Synopsis Accountable for administering employee benefits and managing payroll ensuring accuracy and timeliness of delivery. Key… Glassdoor

12 hrs ago

HR Advisor – new

BP Moscow

Key accountabilities - Support all HR administration processes (hiring, termination, transfers, timesheets, etc.) and policies by properly arranging… Glassdoor

12 days ago

Deputy HR Director & Staff Development Manager

BP Shanghai

• Build partnership and alignment with respective stakeholders: JV partners, business functions, external service providers, government… Glassdoor

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    Senior Database Administrator

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    Former Employee - Senior Database Administrator  in  Houston, TX
    Former Employee - Senior Database Administrator in Houston, TX

    I worked at BP full-time for more than 3 years


    The culture was one that pushed for excellence and innovation. BP management listened to us Senior staff members and let us do whatever we needed and however we wanted if we could show it would reduce risk and/or lower operational cost. They insisted we maintain a good work life balance so if we had to pull long weekends or evenings as DBAs often do they insisted on giving us comp time on other days. I never once worked more than 80 hours during a 2 week period in my 30 months there. They let us bring on staff in India who could do most work during off hours for us which helped the work life balance even more. Pay was very good.


    The only real con was suffering from fallout of the Gulf Oil Spill. The reason I'm not there now is budget cuts due to having to pay for that. This was tied as the best place I've ever worked and I'd gladly go back to that team again if the compensation package was similar to last time.

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    Keep it up. Continue to drive safety and excellence so that another disaster like the gulf spill don't happen again.

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