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    Darren Woods
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    more than 10,000
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    more than $10B (USD)
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    Energy, Mining & Utilities
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Operations Technician in Singapore
on October 15, 2021
Fruitful and valuable experiences
I don't want to beat around the Bush and get it straight to the point. Knowledge is key here and if you know your standards very well you are like almost untouchable but you have to play the humble game. Very good company interms of career prospect and growth depending on departments. You will learn valuable experience. Extremely competitive environment and will be challenging and rewarding depending on what you want in life. Alot of safety implementation and systems that might be quite tedious and sometimes overkill. Management kinda like to play the blame game and fault finding culture. Can be toxic to an extend. Overall systems are in place to get the job done right and most importantly safely. No one gets injured.
Senior Technician in Jurong Island
on September 28, 2021
Overkill in safety
Operation technician for 13yrs and I still don’t find sense of belonging to this organisation. Overkill in safety, management all talk and no action. Many older management waiting for time to retired and would not be bother too much of the issue surface, rather just sweep it under the carpet.Allocate to old plant in Jurong island and seriously no confidence with the workplace for the next 2yrs. Load technician with a lot of jobs and with that rushing tend to make mistake. Technician always got the blame when thing go wrong, no scapegoat no end. If you looking for happy and enjoyable workplace, to avoid. The longer you stay the harder to get out.
technician in chemical
on September 7, 2021
Leadership has lost its direction
Focusing on the wrong thingsDoes not give credits for hard/good workers - they call it your "base job"your performance is based on monetary terms- no matter how much effort you put in.Weak managers - poor understanding and communicationsimple safety concept took them 3-4years to finally understand the meaningMANY ARE LEAVING and HAS LEFT. These are people that walk the talk. not those that just TALK
Refinery process senior technician in Singapore
on July 5, 2021
Strict and overwhelming
Good company but has now it may not seem to be great.stressful.alot of complication recently. Pay average.management not so friendly .depending on the post
Reliability Engineer in Singapore
on April 22, 2021
Nice place to work
Nice place to work but highly competitive and sometimes stressful too. Please think about your work life balance. Again it depends on position you are working for and location also.

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