Great training, others are very willing to help mentor and answer questions. Regional sales representatives are responsible for meeting monthly sales call targets established each month. Ensure the regional inside sales team supports the disciplined roll of out E66 strategy. Exceed business plan model according to LRP sales commitments. Participate in work-team and extra-curricular activities.
Great benefits, management, and pay.
Employment status during industry recessions. Also, a lot of office politics.
QA Tester (Former Employee) – Roxana, IL – 13 January 2018
Workload is becoming unmanageable, training is scarce but to deal with their unwillingness to train or even communcate information, they fire people for the slightest miss step. The culture is very negative.
Forklift Operator for Turnaround (Former Employee) – Belle Chasse, LA – 7 January 2018
I worked there for 15 years. I worked with people I considered as Family outside my blood Family. We always helped each other when we needed to and we worked in pretty bad weather conditions we needed.
Senior Staff Analyst (Former Employee) – Lake Charles, LA – 3 January 2018
I cannot speak for other sites, but the Lake Charles Refinery has become a fairly toxic environment. It used to be a great place to work. That has changed drastically within the past 5 years. Management is unresponsive to the employees' needs and suggestions. It is strictly top down. No input from anyone below supervisory level. People who have their own personal agenda and are out only for themselves are common place in management now. That was not previously the case. Extremely stressful and demanding. Affected my physical health, which improved dramatically within 2 weeks of leaving.
Cashier/Customer Service (Former Employee) – Kansas City, MO – 20 December 2017
I LOVED working here, but I didn't make enough to provide for everything on my own. Sometimes it was hard to make ends meet and that's mostly why I looked else where. It hurt to leave because I have never had such great company and lovely co-workers. Mostly, I loved my work environment, I loved everyone at the ones I've worked at. They all treated me like family. I got to hop to a couple other gas stations and I loved it at those too! It was a great job, I feel I got a lot of experience from the one(s) I worked at and the people I worked with. The owner was/is always about his business and it's good to see that in someone above you!
Great co-workers, hard workers, team players, and always about business and helping the customers.
Operator (Current Employee) – Sweeny, TX – 7 December 2017
Not a bad place to work, I work in the sulfur unit currently. You have your typical 3 rounds a shift and normal operational duties. The problem is the console is in a centralized location rather than in the unit itself. Certifications are based on old tests and requests to have them updated are denied.
Gas Station Attendant (Former Employee) – Rockford, IL – 1 December 2017
The Phillips 66 I worked at was a decent place to work, but it wasn't for me. There were times when things were crazy busy, and times when it was so slow, I would spend an hour cleaning and straightening things around the store because there wasn't enough to do. My manager was excellent and worked with me when there were scheduling issues. I enjoyed my co-workers and the people who came to the station, as it afforded me an opportunity to interact with lots of different kinds of people.
Commercial Suspense (Former Employee) – Bartlesville, OK – 22 November 2017
My typical day was to run suspense and address BOLs suck in our system. Manage four internal mailboxes by redirecting emails to the Appropriate individual then save to a file. Each manager has their own style. Hardest part would be researching a BOL and not being able to get a BOL. Making a difference.
Educational, amount of years employeed insentive programs are lacking
Handled word processing and typing, entered data for reports inventory, answered and directed phone calls, represented the company in a professional and businesslike manner, prepared and put together training manuals, tracking of timesheet processes, assisted with testing for entry-level positions, input time report for exceptions, organized and put together resumes for new hires, put together packages for summer interns, along with sending care packages to interns in college.
This was my first long-term technical writing job and my first oil and gas job. It was an amazing experience overall. I had great support from my manager, and the team I worked with were nice people, though they were understaffed at times.
Fairly relaxed culture, though it was professional
Cashier (Current Employee) – Oklahoma City, OK – 11 November 2017
I enjoy going to work everyday from the first day I started. And I really don't want to leave this company, they have become family and than friends. I actually love who I work for, they are great as people they have awesome hearts and I will always try to stay apart of this family.