cashier/cafe attendant (Former Employee), Chicago, IL – October 20, 2013
I STARTED OFF BEING A SAMPLER PASSING OUT SAMPLE OF THE NEW PRODUCT FROM THERE CAFE,AND AFTER THAT WEEK WAS OVER THE COMPANY MANGER ASK DID I WANT TO WORK AS A FULL-TIME EMPLOYEE IN THE CAFE PART,AND I DID, THE JOB WAS EXCELLENT GOOD BENEFITS PERFECT MANAGEMENT AND EVERYTHING WAS UP TO STANDARD/MY CO-WORKERS WAS GOOD AS WELL/MEET NEW PEOPLE I COOKED,PREPARED – more... FOOD AND WORK THE CASHIER MACHINE AND THE LOTTERY MACHINE. AND THERE WAS NO HARD PART IN MY JOB YOU MAKE YOUR JOB FUN NO STRESS NO WORRIES – less
Senior Financial Analyst (Current Employee), Cairo – August 26, 2013
Pros: overtime hours are well compensated and team workas well as job rotation
Cons: continuous change to the organizational structure
My job is mainly about financial reporting to different stakeholders. In Egypt, where we operate in a PSA enviroment, we have to report our financial figures to different entities. Government where we apply the cash basis accounting. UK where we apply UK GAAP, group reporting where we apply IFRS and US where we apply US GAAP.
I work within the Financial – more... Reporting team and my responsibilities lie within reporting financial statements according to UK GAAP and US GAAP.
I manage the Joint Venture Accounting area which involves cash calls and joint interest billing statements.
The thing i love the most is the discussions we have about different treatments according to different standards and the adhocs i get because it really expands my explosure and knowledge. – less
Cashier, Repair Shop Scheduler (Former Employee), Rugeley, ENG – January 23, 2013
Working here was challenging because I was called upon to perform a variety of tasks. Scheduling the repair shop was not my original job, but this task fell on me after only beginning. The job pushed me to learn.
Project Manager (Former Employee), Middle East (Oman, Jordan, Abu Dhabi, Pakistan) – December 28, 2012
Pros: trainings, day aways
I have learned a lot while working at BP. Was part of global IT team and contributed to success of IT projects. I was part of decentralized organization hence strong relationship with local business as well as global functions.
Millwright Apprentice/Roustabout (Former Employee), Sarnia, ON – June 20, 2012
Pros: very safe, clean work environment
Cons: not enough overtime.
Every day would start with a morning meeting where the job criteria for the day would be handed out to each group. I was privledged with learning many different tasks such as fixing and troubleshooting various industrial equipment and also took part in many safety practices. The hardest part of the job was probably having so many different jobs that – more... had to be left unfinished to wait for parts to arrive. The most enjoyable was getting to work alongside qualified professionals and getting to learn each day. – less
Operations Scheduler (Current Employee), Whiting, IN – December 4, 2013
Creating the Operations Employees of the refinery 2-3-2 work schedules, filled vacant overtime put in vacations and answered emails from Supervisors, Scheduled the medical physicals for all of the refinery so that they would not become out of compliance.
Management is unqualified to manage. Ex. An employee who also worked as a part-time police officer was put in charge of managing a Wind Gen dispatch desk. This same manager crashed the servers and was ultimately fired for hiring his girlfriend on to the desk.
Customer Service Assistant (Former Employee), St Albans, ENG – November 21, 2013
Pros: employee discount
i have leaarned what a good customer service is and what is team work all about. The hardest part is when you try your best to deliver the best but sometimes things get too busy to be at your best. i enjoyed every part of my work specially team work and training part.