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Do yourself a favour and look elsewhere

Geophysici (Current Employee) Calgary, AB (Canada)

Prosit's a freaking country clubl, the atmosphere is relaxed and I swear just about every woman who is in her childbearing days is pregnant and on maternity leave. There isn't alot of local technical expertise, so if you are a young person then this is great, you can get some broad training, go on lots of coarses and have some fun as you meet other 'challengers' in the company and then when someone else offers you a job you can quit and go work for some more money. Alternatively once you get five years into the company if you suck up enough to management and you do enough volunteer activities they will promote to management.

ConsLots is negative also: pay, the freaky management, the incompetent mid career staff they are trying to promote, and the total fake company lines. You can also deal with all the british and american staff in the foreign offices who come in to assure your work inside out and then because you risked you well at 50/50 and it didn't come in they want you to bend over to analyze why not, and what could have gone wrong and really it was the 50 that was supposed to have worked. Alternatively you can work a very ignored area such as production, since exploration is king there, and never EVER get noticed or promoted.

Advice to Senior Managementlearn something technical, try something new and if your just waiting to retire,.... retire.

No, I would not recommend this company to a friend

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    Getting worse by the day

    Maintenance Technician (Current Employee) Kingston upon Hull, England (UK)

    I have been working at BP


    Pros: Not the best salaries but benefits package as a whole… Cons: Getting worse by the day with regard to leaderships from managers, making change after change after change for the sake of change and benefit packages… Advice to Senior Management: Listen to frontline personnel more and trust them to do… More
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    2 people found this helpful  

    not a great experience

    Coordinator (Former Employee) Moscow (Russia)

    I worked at BP


    Pros: BP is a well-known company and it is a good name on CV. If you want to work in the oil industry, it might… Cons: the turnover was high and it was a perfect reflection of the job satisfaction that employees had there - just a little over 0. … Advice to Senior Management: Be less personal and more professional in your approach to… No, I would not recommend this company to a friend More
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