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Engineer (Entry Level)

ExxonMobil Anchorage, AK

Please note that this is a general job category; actual job openings may not exist at the time you are applying. Entry-level Engineers hired at… Glassdoor

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Geoscientist (Entry Level)

ExxonMobil Anchorage, AK

Our New Hire Development Program is designed to develop the fundamental skills needed to explore for and produce hydrocarbons. Through rotational… Glassdoor

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ExxonMobil Chairman and CEO Rex W. Tillerson
Rex W. Tillerson
236 Ratings

    Head in the sand

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    Current Employee - Facilities  in  Leatherhead, England
    Current Employee - Facilities in Leatherhead, England

    I have been working at ExxonMobil full-time for more than a year


    Great company to have on CV, team wonderful and committed to providing top quality service to the company, lots of opportunities to work with staff located in different departments


    'Us and them' culture between employees and contractors, health & safety focus on the wrong areas spending hours investigating paper cuts instead of focussing on breaches of the core safety competencies and why people aren't reporting losses or near losses, where there is a bad boss or head of department there is a head in the sand attitude - one department head is notorious throughout the company and the turnover in their department is large yet no-one in a position to address the problems have chosen to do so. On the work life balance side the company talk the talk yet it is extremely difficult to even discuss flexible working requests.

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    Deal with the issues when they are brought to your attention. Properly consider flexible working requests

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