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Good Learning experience
Line Cook (Former Employee), Chilliwack, BCApril 13, 2014
Pros: discounts are ok
Cons: management need improvment
A great first job for anyone teaches them valuable lessons so they can avoid them in the future, and come out a better person
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ok place to work
Cashier (Former Employee), Kamloops, BCMarch 30, 2014
not a bad place to work, deal with a lot of rude people it seems, although that's every customer service job i guess.
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good learning environment
System Administrator (Former Employee), Calgary, ABJanuary 21, 2014
learnt lots, given challenges was great place to work provide work to life balance, training opps, etc.
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I loved working at Chevron
Cashier (Former Employee), AbbotsfordDecember 6, 2013
I understood my job well, loved my boss and the people I worked with and would go back to work if there was a place for me.
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easygoing place to be
Sales Representative (Former Employee), Surrey, BCNovember 28, 2013
Pros: co-workers were very nice
I was only at Chevron for a couple weeks for a school placement work experience to help me find a job and to see what its like in the real world.
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excellent caring boss
Night station attendant and cashier (Former Employee), Vancouver, BCSeptember 16, 2013
Pros: good coworkers
Cons: getting held up at gun point
With the exception of the dangers of working around a neighborhood with lots of drug addicts and getting held up it's a very good place to work for.
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Great workplace that supports a blanace of school and work
Cashier (Current Employee), langley, bcJuly 30, 2013
Pros: flexibility, reliability
Cons: low pay
I have a great manager and boss, the company is well run and the employees are all heard working and strong team players. We have become a great family at chevron. They have all supported me when i needed it and adjusted their schedules to work with mine.
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customer service repersentative
Customer Service Representative (Current Employee), surrey, bcMarch 8, 2013
- interaction with different people
- No job security
- Learning alot everyday
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Chevron
Cashier (Former Employee), Vancouver, BCFebruary 25, 2013
Pros: very fun work environment, flexible hrs, overtime.
Cons: dangerous neighborhood, high roll over
A typical day at chevron is all about the customers. Ringing in all sales at the cash register, giving directions, full service gas station, maintaining cleanliness of store, keeping coffee pots full, stocking selves, keeping track of inventory and balancing the till at end of shift
Located on Hastings just off Clarke makes always for an interesting – more... shift. Many drug addicts and criminals in this area that the staff have to tolerate, making sure that no thefts happen during our shifts. Quite a few armed robberies have also gone on during my time there so interaction with police does happen. The roll over rate at this location was also high so I was constantly training new employees. I was mainly stationed at this location but worked at both from time to time, there are two Chevrons a few blocks apart with the same owner. I'd also work many overtime hour each week for those who didn't show up to work, lots of double shifts. – less
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Productive and fun place to work
Gas Station Attendant/Cashier (Former Employee), Hope, BCFebruary 8, 2013
Pros: meeting new people, friendly co-workers
Cons: customers werent always friendly
Handle cash transtactions night shift clean bathrooms, wash windows and take out garbage
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work
Cashier (Current Employee), Richmond, BCNovember 8, 2012
Pros: discounts on sandwiches
Cons: no benefits
It's a good place to work but there are no benefits.
when it's busy there's no other cashier to help.
I learned a lot and it's a nice experience.
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This was the best job I ever had in my field.
Area Land Administrator (Former Employee), Calgary, AlbertaOctober 30, 2012
I learned so much at this company. I had a fantastic boss who encouraged me so much he basically groomed my career. I worked with a fabulous group of people that to this day I am still friends with. It was a sad day when our department was dissolved due the sale of the assets we managed.

I LOVED GOING TO WORK.
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Well run business
Manager of 2 stations (Former Employee), North Vancouver, CanadaSeptember 28, 2012
Pros: great staff, great managment, plenty of diversity
Cons: poor wages and benifits
I work for Kisa Ent. (Chevron) for 4 years and in which time I was a full time, full service and store attendant and moved into a management role for the last two years at the job. In my time there I prepared work schedules for up to 25 people, monitored sales levels, re-oreder product when needed, and worked closely with upper management to insure – more... a well run and positive workplace. I enjoyed this job very much. Having the chance to work with people that were motivated and hard workers made my position a very enjoyable one. The only reason I left this job was due to a lack of benefits and low pay. – less
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One of the best overall job I have ever had
Gas Station Attendant (Former Employee), abbotsford bcAugust 7, 2012
Pros: non stop coffee
Cons: a huge window right by the register, which acted as a magnifying glass for the sun
This position had great benifits, such as birthdays, christmas parties.
alsothe people in managment were fair kind,and very hands on.
Wage was good for the amount of work shared by the staff and the
customers were moslty always enjoyable. I did learn alot about
fire managment and and team effort ,while working with my co-workers who were pretty easy – more... to get along with and came to work to do there work, which I appreciate. The hardest part of my job would have to have been when we were having a few schedual issues and
I had to work such wierd shifts. – less
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Great place to work if you like retail
Retailer (Current Employee), Fraser Lake, BCJune 3, 2012
Pros: i could work the hours i wanted to.
Cons: i had to deal with staffing issues.
The company has been good to me. I get out of the job what I want to. I decide if I want to work at the store and how many hours I want to work. I work about 50 hours a week. I have learned how to manage my time well. I have twelve employees and they all bring something different to the team but together we make a great team. The hardest part of the – more... job is staffing. The most enjoyable part of the job is knowing we do a great job! My site is the 5th highest in, instore sales, throughout Canada. We are second to nun with our BC Lottery sales. Our site has been recognized as one of the top stores in Canada. Last year I was one of the Top preformer in canada. – less
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it was alright
cashier (Former Employee), Surrey, BCMay 8, 2012
Pros: free coffee and slurpee
Cons: no free lunches, no lunch breaks
my typical day at this job was not what i expected, they made me hand wash the pumps and car wash when no one else would do it even though it was and mandatory to make sure everything was clean and look great. what i'v learn for working there is that the coworker can do whatever they want since they have work there the longest and complained about how – more... there stuck here while they have a life. the management skill there poor when he was there he/she was there they would favor some coworkers. there was no hardest part of the job cause they really don't care what you do or when it gets done. the most enjoyable part of this job was the customers seeing there smile faces and helping them when they asked for. – less
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Great place to work
Intern - Earth Science Division, Geophysics R&D (Former Employee), Houston, TXOctober 20, 2014
Excellent mentor. Interesting and challenging project. Really care about employee health and happiness.
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Productive and Fun Work Environment
Store Assistant Manager (Former Employee), Union City, GAOctober 19, 2014
I started my day off by doing inventory and stock. During the day I greeted and assisted customers as well as monitored the work zone for safety and hazardous materials. I learned to always be aware of my surrounding and safety first. My manager was very fun to work with he taught me almost everything their is to know about managing a store and I say – more... almost because learning never ends. My co-workers were very helpful and knew the meaning of team work. The hardest part of the job was not being able to excel due to new management but I'm luck I was able to enjoy being manager of a store to kind of get a feel of what its like to manage and carry the responsibility of a business. – less
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A great team of professionals
Senior Advisor Special Projects (Current Employee), ArbīlOctober 17, 2014
The Overseas team of people came from various countries and culture. They were the well chosen for their tasks and contributed well to the organizing and sometimes tough issues that had to be dealt with on a daily basis from logistics, political, environmental, regulatory or drilling .
What I did learn was in working in foreign countries not every one – more... has the same outlook or understanding as we do in regards to how to protect the environment and how important that may be
The hardest part of the job for myself was for the most part the language barrier and not being able to understand everyone when you wanted to when out in field visits.
At the present time it would be concerns of the people or families I had worked with or even do not know and impact of the current country situation.
What I enjoyed the most was the good communication the groups had and would frequently organize suppers to just chat and get to know each other.
Also field visits to various areas to see the country and meet locals to understand their culture .
Myself and coworkers were treated with outpost respect and invited to many dinners at land owners properties and in large hotels. – less
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Worked 20 years with Chevron performing numberous job functions and departments
Information Systems Analyst - last position held (Former Employee), El Paso, TXOctober 17, 2014
Pros: great learning experience
Cons: i cannot think of any cons
I had the opportunity to work in numerous positions which gave me a challenge and held my interest in learning new jobs. I enjoyed all the position I worked in. The last position I held with Chevron was Information Systems Analyst for Passport.

The Chevron, El Paso location was sold to Western Refining and I continued my job duties as System Administrator – more... for Passport. I was on a cross-functional team that analyzed the a new Computerized Maintenance Management System and we voted for Avantis. I implemented Avantis in 4 locations.

I worked 10 years with Western Refining and retired October 4, 2014. – less

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