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Good pay and benefits. I loved working for this company. They had great advancement opportunities. I started as a cashier and quickly worked my way up to district manager. My first district manager assignment was in Cheyenne Wyoming and then I was promoted to a position in Denver Colorado
Good pay and benefits
Conoco Phillips is am outstanding environment for the oil industry. Their concentration on safety and environmental factors is top notch. There is room for advancement and career opportunities.
Snacks at meetings...safety dinners
I have interned twice, and now work full-time for ConocoPhillips IT Organization. The recruiting process, on boarding, and Rotational New Hire Program are some of the best practices I have encountered in my professional career. The culture of the company is driven by its core SPIRIT values, and deeply motivated by Diversity and Inclusion efforts. Management is open,, transparent and truly embodies our core values from top down. Career development is strongly supported, but is a bit slow moving due to somewhat strict time on the job requirements.
People, people, people! Best place to work. Truly is like a community and family.
Was contract labor..and had site lead person Harrased and belittled and act outwardly rasicist to me in front of people of color cause he was Portarican and a over paid tool bag who should have stayed managing the zoo..they promote fairness and safety and at the same time use those tools to punish and terminate those they dislike or company's they want gone
Totalitarian managers, lack of understanding and respect for those doing the work. Especially in certain technical fields. People skills are atrocious at certain levels. Technical understanding of managers borders on complete ignorance at times.
The job was rewarding until one day management work up to find that they had no plan to replace dwindling reserves of oil and gas. There are many departments which often pull in opposite directions.
Plenty of variety in problems, projects and people.
You feel like you're just a tiny part of a huge system.
Company culture is fractionated—business units don’t always work together, and can be at odds. The lower level employees were great, but mid-level and senior management was focused on cost above all else. Pays lip service to safety culture, emphasizing it where it isn’t that critical, cutting corners where it can be.People are generally great, but internally competitive group to group.
Good benefits, excellent recent hires
Huge emphasis on cost cutting
An ideal place to work. Challenging as well as rewarding. Professionally managed with abundant opportunities to climb up the career ladder. Had a wonderful experience
Best employer with high ethical values
Not to my knowledge
Enthusiastic safety culture with an emphatic field presence. Training courses offered to ensure competence on every level. Dinners and lunches to ensure employee morale remained positive and upbeat.
Great leaders mean great culture. ConocoPhillips' values are evident by the way people communicate and collaborate
Collaborative, challenging meaningful work, awesome rewards. Respect up down all around, it was great. Safety first is real there, the journey to 0 is serious. Would love to work there if the economic situation turns around and they were able to hire me.
The company allows new graduates to lie on reports to improve their monthly performance statistics with full knowledge “ patting them on the back in full sight” while the remaining staff is truthful and gets chastised for their performance. Directors pick favorites and overseas long term employees which creates adverse relations within their departments. Chronic changing of rules and plans without advising those impacted which once again causes deception and instability within the departments and more. With a constant whirlwinds every 18 - 36 months causes chronic unrest and instability from the bottom up.
Love my job but the owner is a real piece of work..... He yells and puts down his best employee in front of customers and refuses to reward anyone and will not give raises managers make the same as cahiers that is unfair considering his manager is the one doing all the work, trash stocking inventory ordering invoices computer data entry etc. While he just sits on his phone. But what do i know im just a tax id number