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Chevron Employee Reviews about "9 80 schedule"

Updated Jan 19, 2021

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  • "Large but agile work environment(in 218 reviews)

  • "Great Benefits and Work Life Balance(in 197 reviews)

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  • "Stability depends on current oil prices(in 77 reviews)

  • "Work life balance for field employees(in 59 reviews)

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    1. 5.0
      Former Employee, more than 3 years

      Great place to work! Great culture

      Jan 14, 2021 - Financial Analyst in Houston, TX
      Recommend
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      Pros

      Hours, 9/80 schedule, 401k plan, pension plan

      Cons

      The ranking system for performance management, they rank you amongst the peers in your pay group

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    2. 3.0
      Current Employee, more than 5 years

      A Slowly Sinking Ship

      Sep 27, 2020 - Process Engineer in Richmond, CA
      Recommend
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      Pros

      There are a lot of resources to learn and expand your toolset. Great work-life balance and 9/80 schedule. Compensation for extra hours worked, even as a salaried employee Lots of great benefits like 401K match, paternity/maternity leave, bonuses, Refining is by far one of the most complex manufacturing processes, and it's fun to learn from a purely engineering perspective

      Cons

      They pay you the same no matter where you work in the US. Terrible for California, great for middle of nowhere Mississippi. Middle management is generally out of touch with how the world has changed and do a bad job of aligning incentives and good work. Career progression is slow, stable, and steady, like it's the 1950s or something. Doesnt feel like good performance is rewarded. Everyone is just collecting a paycheck. There is no passion for what you do (I mean, it is oil and gas). It feels like the older managers and generation are just trying to get to retirement. There's not much for people less than 10 years experience. Attrition is horrible. Local culture is a good old boys club.

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    3. 5.0
      Current Employee

      Average Pay with Opportunity to Grow and Work/Life Balance

      Jan 5, 2021 - Principal Data Scientist in San Francisco, CA
      Recommend
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      Pros

      Work/Like Balance. 9/80 schedule. 4:1 match on 401k up to 2% salary. Big dynamic company with opportunity to grow internally.

      Cons

      Below average for starting at a high salary however great in alignment with long horizon career plans/growth.

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    4. 4.0
      Former Employee, more than 10 years

      Best Company for Work Life Balance

      Jan 19, 2021 - IT Manager in San Ramon, CA
      Recommend
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      Pros

      Great benefits, alternative work schedule (like 9/80), tremendous support for employees, and great people to work with.

      Cons

      Hierarchical, slow at making decisions, and reduced job opportunities.

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    5. 3.0
      Former Employee, more than 10 years

      Micromanaged/ Advice: Don’t speak up at meetings

      Oct 17, 2019 - Anonymous Employee in Houston, TX
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      Pros

      Pay, benefits, yearly bonus and at least cost of living raise every year, 9/80 schedule, 401k match, work/life balance ok if you don’t have an on-call position.

      Cons

      Volatile Oil & Gas industry, micromanaged and ranked for your performance by mid level Mgmt who don’t even know how to do your job, if you work hard and are good at what you do you get the slackers’ work as well, have meetings to decide when the next meeting is, want you to hurt working relationships by doing an NLI on your co-worker every month or quarter. And favoritism all over the place. Mgmt will have drinks on the weekends with their pet employees. They say they want you to speak up and give an opinion at meetings, but the people that don’t get laid off every other year when they have massive layoffs during a ROM are the same people who don’t say one word at meetings... or that have drinks with Mgmt on the weekends.

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    6. 5.0
      Former Intern, less than 1 year

      Fun!

      Aug 29, 2019 - Software Engineer(Internship) in San Ramon, CA
      Recommend
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      Pros

      The stress of work/life balance, 9/80 schedule, and very ergonomic/friendly/open work environment. It pays well for a non tech company for its intern. Nice relocation package if you choose the headquarters as your stay and if you qualify for it. Great projects that allow you to understand how Chevron uses technology for their company and the projects make an impact to Chevron as a whole. The freedom that you get to invest in yourself within Chevron. There were at least 3 intern events each week in the San Ramon office. Managers encourage you to network and attend the intern events. Also, if you like to volunteer, there were plenty of volunteering events that Chevron hosted.

      Cons

      For the group that I was in, more technical mentors in San Ramon because no one really knew the technology stack that we were dealing with besides one person and she works in the Buenos Aires office and some people in the Manila. Plus, more networking/social events with the IT managers, IT Horizons, Employee Networks, and interns and professional development events like career fair for the IT interns, interviewing workshop, resume review sessions, how to network within Chevron, LinkedIn workshop, building your brand, and information about certifications to be successful in your career and academic like information about graduate school to go to for MS in their study or MBA. Also, more workshops/talks about how technology drives Chevron’s business and play a role in each major business group.

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    7. 4.0
      Current Employee

      Great salaries but near impossible to survive all the layoffs

      Dec 9, 2020 - IT Risk Manager in Houston, TX
      Recommend
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      Pros

      Strong salaries, Good benefits, flexible 9/80 work schedule

      Cons

      Has layoffs frequently, impacting large numbers of personnel.

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    8. 5.0