Hodnocení od zaměstnanců společnosti ExxonMobil
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great first job after graduation, you learn a lot, get a lot of experience in blue chip company and are then fit to get better job on the market
I have started in ExxonMobil shared service center in Prague in 2006. In first months I got a lot of various trainings. Stayed 2 months in German, learned a lot from my predecessor, whose job I was taking over and relocating to Prague's shared center. Thereafter next two years I was happy and gaining new and new experience about how to do Procurement in blue chip company. For an inexperienced graduate highly valuable experience for the future. But after 2-3 years there is only very limited opportunities to lean more. So the work starts to be repetitive and boring. And career opportunities are extremely limited, or better to say only possible in horizontal level into other departments and salary wise uninteresting as Procurement has one of the highest salaries in the shared center. While the salaries in ExxonMobil in Prague are in general rather low and below market level. So at that moment it is time to look around and get with the highly valuable experience a new challenging serious job with higher salary at another company. Here I can recommend to look for similar job (in my case in it was in Procurement department) in the place, where the production is, resp. having your new office in the same location, where your internal customer's and your suppliers are, makes a significant difference. You'll have much more respect from your internal customers, if you see from your office window the same production plant, than if you sit far away in a shared center. Of course this can represent stepping out of the comfort zone, but by staying in the comfort zone and just switching into - více...
great place to start career as fresh graduate, great company to have in your CV for future carer opportunities elsewhere, very stable company
low salary, after some time repetitive work
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A typical day at work is 8 hours in front of a computer. I learned SAP and other repetitive processes. Management is disconnected from workers and can do nothing to change the culture. The culture is safety oriented, people are very nice, other than that I would say 'comfortable - the complete opposite of what ambitious people should look for. Hardest part of the job was coping with the routine of doing the same thing over-and-over while conforming to process, little room for critical thinking as all work is constrained by culture, hierarchy, lack of autonomy etc. The most enjoyable part about the job is the relaxed atmosphere, and time off.
Good place to train up and make some career, then when you have some experience go somewhere else with the higher salary. Chemicals department is basically all Supply Chain.
Very good work environment, very flexible, lots of benefits like language classes, fruit, massages, flexible hours, home office, leave without pay etc.
Salaries are not the best, Management changes quickly which means it's often untrained, Hard for them to understand and meet your needs.
This huge company offers a very safe environment and so many challenging opportunities to learn and never stop to achieve goals and improve skills. It was a very demanding role to be dedicated customer professional at aviation but at the same time was the most exciting job I ever had in my life.
ExxonMobile is a great employer for fresh graduates to start their career. After 2 years on the entry level position employees have a broad choice to choose their position of interest. Company provides many trainings, languages courses, possibility to participate in various projects
you usually start on entry positions disregard your professional experience
ExxonMobil is very hierarchical, making it difficult to get your skills and talent recognized without putting in years in the company. Technology is not as cutting-edge as in IT companies but with the limited skillset of current talent it's easy to stand above them in annual reviews (even if it does not help with pay raise).
A very collaborative, positive atmosphere. Everyone is extremely intelligent and passionate about their job. Overall, it is a very well run company and a great place to work.
slow career trajectory
Travailler chez ExxonMobil fut très agréable, car d’une part l'environnement y est basé sur le confort de ses employés. De plus, on y trouve un véritable entraide entre les employés, ce qui est bénéfique pour tous les partis.
Conditions de travail très agréables
ExxonMobil is a great company to start the career in. The learning (training, personal development, variety of smaler or bigger projects) is unbelievable. I have learnt and tried tripple many things in comparison with the same time spent by my previous employer. You are the owner of your career, you need to look for opportunities and help your supervisor to lead you. I see this rather as an advantage. You can be part of decision making if you are active and confident. When you perform well you get a raise every year. If you don´t you don´t. The system is quite fair. Every day I am in touch with number of colleagues from CZ as well as other colleagues from all over the world. I write number of emails every day, oftern attend meetingsm teleconferences or deliver presentations or trainings. I love the people in the company, the friendly environment and team spirit are great. I get often suprised about how the company cares of its employees through number of site initiateves and educational presentations.
25 days vacatzion, ergo specialist and ergo equiptment, number of site initiatives (family oriented topics, LGBT, women interest network, health and wellness etc.)
Sometimes it is not clear who is responsible for what
ExxonMobil is a great company to work at. It is very diverse and that is why a lot of people like to work there. My own experience was that I learned a lot about different kinds of cultures, how to manage my own time and how to be quick and accurate at things I did. The beginnings were hard but then I got used to it and like the place. The hardest part of the job was always giving a presentation to management because there should be data which interest them such as weekly/monthly and yearly improvements etc.