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Supply Chain Analyst, Logistics (Projects/Data)

Hess Corporation Houston, TX

Hess aims to attract, retain and energize the best people by investing in their professional development and providing them with challenging and… Beyond.com


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Supply Chain Intern (2015 Campus)

Hess Corporation Houston, TX

Hess aims to attract, retain and energize the best people by investing in their professional development and providing them with challenging and… Beyond.com


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Senior Manager, Global Supply Chain, Planning

Hess Corporation Houston, TX

Hess aims to attract, retain and energize the best people by investing in their professional development and providing them with challenging and… Beyond.com


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    I had a pleasant 2+ years working at Hess.

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    Former Employee - I&E Technician  in  Tioga, ND
    Former Employee - I&E Technician in Tioga, ND

    I worked at Hess Corporation full-time for more than a year

    Pros

    They take EXCELLENT care of their employees. During the giant flood in Minot, ND 2011, they offered free storage units to all affected by the flood. They were also offering 0% interest loans to rebuild your house. The schedule was great...8 on 6 off schedule for the last year or so. I think they are shorthanded now and went back to a Mon-Fri.

    Cons

    The main office for in the field work is in Tioga...no one wants to live in Tioga. I lived in Minot and drove 1.25 hrs everyday...one way. That wasn't paid for, but they gave us company vehicles with gas cards, which was nice. The other con was with management. It sounds like everything is fixed now according to a friend that still works there.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    When someone leaves on good terms, and you tell them they will still have a position there if things don't work out (relocated out of state for a woman)...please stick to your word.

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