Deskside Support Analyst II (Current Employee), Calgary, AB. – February 15, 2014
Pros: it is a place where hard work is being recognised and duely rewarded.
Cons: all plus, no minus.
A very good place to work, where you are fulfilled and have your dreams and aspirations come to pass. A place where the energy to thrive and succeed is derived from the enabling environment which is multicultural and richly blended with professionals from various fields.
Stock Girl/Cashier (Former Employee), Brown City, MI – February 5, 2014
Pros: working outside and with the public
Cons: back bending hard work
I worked with the public at a gas station. There was always something new going on or happening everyday which made work interesting. It was manual labor but me and my boss got along great and he always made work fun for me. I loved working inside and outside on a regular basis. I got to meet a lot of new people and enjoyed my job very much.
Sales Associate (Former Employee), Memphis, TN – February 3, 2014
There were no hard parts to the job. In my experience as a cashier I've learned how to perform at a fast pace and at the same time adhere to the needs of my customers and make them feel welcomed and appreciated.
Cashier (Former Employee), Crystal Springs, MS – January 28, 2014
Pros: meeting great people
I met a lot of different people from all over the world while working here. I never knew that mystery shoppers came in and graded cashiers based on cleanliness, speed, and most importantly interaction with customers and staff. SO GLAD I PASSED!!! For the most part management was great, they did treat us to a day at the waterpark entrance fee, parking, – more... and food expenses paid for by the owners of the company. The most enjoyable part of my job was meeting new customers but the hardest part was safety, because the store stays open 24 hours most employees worrry about their safety. – less
Good and many chalenging during set-up a IMDC rules and procedures
IMDC Senior Lead (Current Employee), Indonesia – January 27, 2014
As a big company, only professional person can joint in ExxonMobil Project. I learn one thing is DFO. The office environment and management, they are all classified as Employee, Contractor and Secondee.
full service clerk and cashier (Former Employee), Rockville, MD – January 24, 2014
I enjoyed working at Exxon. I learned a lot about cars that I never knew before, thanks to my helpful co-workers. Over time i enjoyed being around cars. The hardest part of the job was cleaning my hands after work.
Exxon is the company who open the doors for my succes
Sales store checker and Manager (Former Employee), huson, florida – January 13, 2014
Pros: awesome pay, organized company, the best health plan, fast advance moving up in the company
Fast pace environment with the opportunity of meeting and served new customers every day. Early in the morning I will complete my fuel survey on the way back to work, clock in and entered the survey on the computers and submit it to corporate. Complete Day paper work and cash variation, then ensure the sale floor is clean and ready for the morning rush – more... and well stocked. After all is on point is time to have fun, greeting and serving all the customers who walks in the store and leaves the store with the smile. Maintaining good communication with my crew is vital to keep everyone up today with daily task and important information that is use as a tool for better operations. The hardest part of the job is when it comes to discipline or terminate an associate. What I enjoy the most is to see my people smiling and having fun. – less