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BP HQ: London, United Kingdom NYSE: BP

A BP Project Manager said:

“money is good, willing to invest time and money in good ideas, career progression is there if you work hard.” –
805 Reviews

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3.6 Employees are “Satisfied”

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BP Group Chief Executive of BP Robert Dudley

Robert Dudley
88% Approve

EDF Energy HQ: London, United Kingdom

An EDF Energy Nuclear Engineer said:

“Pays very well with easy oppurtunities to rise in pay every year. There is stability in working hours and location. 25 days holiday, 8.30 to 4.30 weekdays exclusively, outage pays 3 times your normal…” –
52 Reviews

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3.6 Employees are “Satisfied”

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Vincent de Rivaz
55% Approve

Centrica HQ: Windsor, United Kingdom PINK: CPYYY

A Centrica Anonymous said:

“Good place to learn”
“Many experienced people who are very knowledgeable about the energy markets. Relaxed atmosphere and work life friendly if you are big on family life.” –
36 Reviews

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3.5 Employees are “Satisfied”

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Sam Laidlaw
91% Approve

E.ON UK HQ: Coventry, United Kingdom

An E.ON UK employee said:

“Up until 12 months ago the best place ever to work, going through redundancy has changed that view”
“Flexible benefits, holiday entitlement, salary, wide variety of roles, if your face fits you'll get the promotions or interesting positions.” –
28 Reviews

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3.3 Employees say it's “OK”

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E.ON UK CEO Tony Crocker

Tony Crocker
94% Approve

Spencer Ogden HQ: London, United Kingdom

A Spencer Ogden employee said:

“Vibrant office environment Cool offices with astroturf floors, american diners. Learnt a new industry Excellent training If you are very good and lucky there is potential to earn good money.” –
40 Reviews

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3.7 Employees are “Satisfied”

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Spencer Ogden Chief Executive Officer David Spencer-Percival

David Spencer-Percival
86% Approve

SSE HQ: Perth, United Kingdom PINK: SSE.L

A SSE Business Analyst said:

“Good work life balance, can be better by good governence.”
“Yearly salary increments and flexible approach to taking leaves. Safety culture is good, company prouds itself on being good at customer service which is good.” –
25 Reviews

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3.8 Employees are “Satisfied”

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SSE CEO Alistair Phillips-Davies

Alistair Phillips-Davies
100% Approve

RWE npower HQ: Swindon, United Kingdom

A RWE npower employee said:

“RWE npower”
“the work it self is good” –
22 Reviews

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3.0 Employees say it's “OK”

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Paul Massara
59% Approve

E.ON HQ: Düsseldorf, Germany PINK: EONGY

An E.ON VEC said:

“Highs and Lows”
“Great benefits, lots of development and progression opportunities UK and Europe.” –
20 Reviews

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3.1 Employees say it's “OK”

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E.ON Chairman Management Board and CEO Johannes Teyssen

Johannes Teyssen
49% Approve

Western Power Distribution HQ: Bristol, United Kingdom

A Western Power Distribution employee said:

“Not the best company for technical orientated people. I am glad I've left.”
“Salary is actually competitive compare to other DNOs. "Your job is secured for another 8 years" after been fast tracked in RIIO period. High efficiency in this business sector.” –
7 Reviews

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1.6 Employees are “Dissatisfied”

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Robert A. Symons
0% Approve

RWE Supply & Trading HQ: Hessen, Germany

A RWE Supply & Trading Senior Risk Analyst said:

“A large slow moving elephant”
“Relaxed culture since away from the city of london, cheap to live in swindon if one gets london salaries” –
11 Reviews

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3.9 Employees are “Satisfied”

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RWE Supply & Trading CEO Stefan Judisch

Stefan Judisch
100% Approve