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Tax Adviser

ExxonMobil International Surrey

The successful candidate will initially support a number of upstream and/or downstream business lines. Activities will include: - Providing… Glassdoor


12 days ago

Occupational Health Advisor

ExxonMobil International Surrey

The UK MOH Team delivers a proactive occupational health service, both in the UK and globally, and promotes the highest standard of service… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Instrument Engineer

ExxonMobil International Surrey

• Sizing and selecting of instrumentation. • Overseeing detailed engineering and ensuring compliance to Company… Glassdoor


22 days ago

Process Engineer AES

ExxonMobil International Surrey

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30+ days ago

Other Engineering UK

ExxonMobil International Surrey

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ExxonMobil International Chairman & CEO Rex W. Tillerson
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    Current Employee - Facilities  in  Leatherhead, England
    Current Employee - Facilities in Leatherhead, England

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

    Pros

    Some great team members, subsidised restaurant and deli, an opportunity to work with a number of different departments and disciplines

    Cons

    Most the current upper levels of management were promoted because of how long they have worked for the company rather than on merit and many are literally counting down the days to retirement. As a result there is no real room for innovation and interesting ideas to take root as the management just want to see out their remaining time with the company before retirement. Also as many were not promoted on merit they aren't always capable of doing the job and it is up to sub-ordinates to provide vision and guidance. There is an aversion to dealing with poor managers and they are left to spread their toxicity and there is an extremely high turnover in some departments one department went through 6 supervisors in 6 years due to the behaviour of the department head. There is a strong safety culture - don't come here if you aren't willing to investigate why a paper cut occurred and how you can prevent it from happening again - however there is mixed messages from upper management with some undermining the process by not reporting near losses and ignoring interventions

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Promote on merit, deal with problems as they arise and don't let fester

    Doesn't Recommend
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