Ample opportunity to learn and grow very team orientated
IM/BA Document/Data Information Analyst (Current Employee) – Calgary, AB – April 26, 2016
Beginning each day with emails and it started from there. I learned something new almost everyday. Co-workers were great. I really enjoy my job but unfortunately the price of oil dictated the ending of my job on June 30 along with so many others. My skills enable me to be versatile.
Business Development Lead (Current Employee) – Calgary, AB – April 13, 2016
My experience working for Shell has been great. As a global energy company Shell continually strives to lead in the field of sustainable development, for a better energy future. The work culture and respect is absolutely fantastic. If you want to drive change and be part of the solution, Shell welcomes you with open arms and helps you create that space to defy conventional means of thinking and challenging norms of both the industry and the work place.
Sales Associate (Current Employee) – Barrie, ON – April 5, 2016
its a good experience to working at the shell. I learned a lot of new things from that job. like ; how to deal with customers , how to handle difficult or emergency situation. I learned team work .. how to work in a team. the best part of the job is meet new customers and made good relations with them. as every coin have two side this job also have some hardest part . but its normal .. my team members and passion made difficult time easy for me.
limited advancement and poor communication from management
Night Cashier (Current Employee) – London, ON – March 9, 2016
This job has no future but is a good stepping stone to more productive and fulfilling career job. it is a line assemble job with no structure or encouragement to do more than what is least required to do job.
Coordinator (Former Employee) – Fort McMurray, AB – March 7, 2016
Good company to work for. As a contractor the possibilities are pretty limited so being an employee is a better option.
The implementation of new tech and modernizing processes is slow and clunky and often not supported by the management side because they do not fully understand the benefits.
That can be very frustrating to someone who is always pushing for forward thinking, more efficient and automated ways to do things but overall completely understandable due to the size of the organization and their continuous need to standardize things.
Solving the different problems I encountered in my time there was very rewarding and the team environment and cooperation was both helpful and very professional.
High Pay, challenging problems to fix
Tiring schedules for site positions, aggressive cost reductions
Cashier/Customer Service (Current Employee) – Balzac, AB – February 24, 2016
its a fun place to work ,management is good ,but the only thing is this that the salary is very low, the most enjoyable part of the job is that you come across different kind of customers all day Coworkers are all good
Power Engineer Apprentice (Former Employee) – Peace River, AB – January 24, 2016
it was a great experience to learn from and a great place to learn in. although it was only for three summers I enjoyed the people I worked with and each days daily runs and checks/ safety meeting. when I worked there it was an odd shift schedule witch made it hard, life was planned around work.