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55 English questions out of 55

1 February 2021

Does Phillips 66 offer relocation assistance?

Pros

Good Benefits and total package

Cons

Salary could be more competitive

Good Benefits and total package

1 February 2021

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19 January 2022

Does Phillips 66 offer dental insurance?

Pros

401K , 4 day work days , health and dental

Cons

exciting place to learn new technologies .

Advice to Management

on-boarding training for new hires.

401K , 4 day work days , health and dental

19 January 2022

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31 May 2021

Does Phillips 66 have a pension plan?

Pros

Lots of benefits, meals, pension, bonus, good progression and good pay.

Cons

Poor structure, mis-managed, expected to work without pay for overtime, horrendous work life balance.

Lots of benefits, meals, pension, bonus, good progression and good pay.

31 May 2021

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12 April 2021

Does Phillips 66 offer parental leave?

Pros

Great pay, great benefits, 12 week paid maternity leave, 10 holidays/year, 19/30 day each month, bonus each year

Cons

Certain job roles are very demanding and importance of life outside of work is diminished. A lot of these job roles are within refining operations where units are operating 24/7.

Advice to Management

Stop burning your employees out who work in operations.

Great pay, great benefits, 12 week paid maternity leave, 10 holidays/year, 19/30 day each month, bonus each year

12 April 2021

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15 January 2021

Does Phillips 66 offer life insurance?

Pros

Incredible benefits. 6% 401k match. Company is self-insured thru BCBS, Aetna, or another provider depending on the location you're in. Great HSA or FSA health plan options. Excellent life insurance, long & short-term disability. Vacation days contingent on experience (10/yr if you're fresh out of college, add 5 days for every 5 years of experience). Add in a floating holiday and monthly "19/30" days that have to be used within the month. Some teams are excellent and it's entirely possible to have a wonderful set of immediate colleagues & supervisor.

Cons

IT leadership in shambles. CIO resigned, possibly because he was effectively made into a co-CIO with 5 or 6 other senior IT folks. Poor coordination, too many cooks in the kitchen. Lots of other senior or longstanding middle IT managers leaving the company, taking valuable historical knowledge with them. Lack of leadership makes it very difficult to get the "easy wins" done, like deploying out-of-the-box updates for standard applications. Stuff that should take 20 min can take 6 months, under the right mix of bad circumstances. 2021 merit increases have been "deferred" indefinitely. Not a shocker considering the state of the industry. Haven't had layoffs to the extent of Exxon, BP, etc., but a few dozen people were let go in late 2020. Most teams in IT are already skeleton crews. Bonuses are expected to be drastically reduced this year, or eliminated entirely; normally they are 10% or more of salary. Culture very oriented towards physical safety when I joined. That all went out the window when everyone was forced back to the office in May/June 2020. Hard to take the "Hold the handrail" rules seriously when mask-wearing is not enforced stringently. Working remotely is not an option for most corporate HQ staffs, even though many can and did work remotely with great success from March-May 2020. Understandably the situation is different at refineries, but those teams are also spread out over larger sites, which can make social distancing easier.

Advice to Management

Appoint a CIO. Let that person have true authority and autonomy to orchestrate changes.

Excellent life insurance, long & short

15 January 2021

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