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4 days ago

Line Cook

The Dutch New York, NY

Nothing really. Its just an American joint that serves nice food, wine and spirits. NICE HERE! WHO DID ALL THIS… Harri.com


4 days ago

Server

The Dutch New York, NY

Chef Andrew Carmellini is at the helm of some of New Yorks most talked-about restaurant kitchens. Along with his partners Josh Pickard and Luke… Harri.com


4 days ago

Captain

The Dutch New York, NY

Chef Andrew Carmellini is at the helm of some of New Yorks most talked-about restaurant kitchens. Along with his partners Josh Pickard and Luke… Harri.com


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Royal Dutch Shell CEO Ben van Beurden
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    Current Employee - Marketing  in  Houston, TX
    Current Employee - Marketing in Houston, TX

    I have been working at Royal Dutch Shell full-time for more than 10 years

    Pros

    Good employee benefits, competitive salary package, good company values. Provides good employee stability and moderate to good opportunities to grow within the company, across business areas, etc..
    Work / life balance is ok

    Cons

    Large Multinational can be slow in making business decisions, lots of layers and dotted lines do not encourage risk, takers. Can be slow to promote people if not considered a high potential employee. Lots of bureaucracy and god-fathering can be frustrating... spends to much time on internal customers vs external customers who move our business...

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    streamline the organization and encourage faster, better decisions. Reward risk and different points of view more often, not just on paper.

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