There was alot of exposure to the sun and long work hours. Also there was alot of exposure to harmful chemicals. This operator job just was not for me.
Chevron Phillips only offers 3 days of paternity leave for new dads. The vacation is minimal at 80 hours for entry level with no increase for at least 5 years. They replaced additional "compensation days" for turnaround and outage work with a minimal cash bonus for only part of the additional hours worked which leads to salaried employees work a large amount of additional unpaid hours over the standard 40 hours/wk. New engineers have no work life balance because they are consistently working nights and weekends for outage work and still only have 80 hours of vacation so they are not compensated for the extra time worked by receiving extra time off at a later date.
Company benefits are really good and I especially like that they have a matching 401k as well as a pension. I have two retirement plans maturing at the same time.
Benefits are top tier amongst top corporations.
I worked as an intern at Chevron Phillips Chemical and they offered an excellent health and dental insurance package. It worked with your pay and what you wanted to get out of the insurance.
CPC offers a 4.5% matching on the 401K optimized with an 8% employee contribution. There is a pension and "cafeteria" health plan. EIP, employee incentive plan based on performance is minimal for Cedar Bayou that has the most employees. You are better off in a smaller plant.
Good health insurance. 401k. Vacation. 9/80 schedule.
Profit sharing, bonus structure, merit pay increase, and pension plan are good. Health benefits are subpar for a billion dollar company.
401k & Pension benefits are amazing
All perks with this company are top notch. 401k matching, great health insurance, pension.
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