Supervisor of Operations (Former Employee) – Fox Creek, AB – 14 July 2017
Chevron management treated me with respect and appreciated the work I did for them. They included their contractors in all events such as Christmas parties, barbecues, camp outs, golf tournaments etc. I was also supplied with some PPE such as coveralls and paid for safety courses. I enjoyed working for Chevron.
Chevron rewarded me as a contractor the same as their full time employees.
There was no serious cons during my employment with Chevron.
Area Land Administrator (Former Employee) – Calgary, Alberta – 30 October 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.
Manager of 2 stations (Former Employee) – North Vancouver, Canada – 28 September 2012
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 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.
Cashier/Sales/Customer service (Former Employee) – Surrey BC – 8 August 2012
Chevron is really obssesed with safety and will make you review their policies every 6 months. Management varies store to store. The hardest part of the job is not defending yourself when customers verbally abuse you. the best part of the job is when customers treat you well.
Gas Station Attendant (Former Employee) – abbotsford bc – 7 August 2012
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 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.
non stop coffee
a huge window right by the register, which acted as a magnifying glass for the sun
Retailer (Current Employee) – Fraser Lake, BC – 3 June 2012
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 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.
cashier (Former Employee) – Surrey, BC – 8 May 2012
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 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.