Women's Job Satisfaction
and equally to men
to other women
Lady Haleakala Law
I have worked here for 10 years. On my first day I was very concerned about whether I would be able to prove myself and I started out working way too many hours and stressed out over very tiny mistakes. All of that was unnecessary; simply doing my job to the best of my ability was enough to earn the respect of my supervisors and most of my peers. The extra work hours were not needed and now I am comfortable with just getting my tasks done and, if they are done early, going home to spend some more time with my kids! One important thing I have learned is that you have to filter some men's behavior based on the environment they grew up in. My company has a very diverse population and some of the men (particularly those from the Middle East and India) will automatically dismiss a woman's ideas and cannot be persuaded of a woman's value based on her accomplishments. Fortunately, I have never seen a man of this type promoted to a supervisory position at this company.
Lady clover003 Production OperatorOperations
I've worked here for 5 years, and there is only 2 other female that do this job. The "standards" that they hold females to compared to males is outlandish. Once I did a "photo shoot" for there "we empower women in the field" and they made me change, wear certain clothing, while the male in the shots got to wear what he wanted. They expect you to lift and pull more than you weigh but men can be so heavy that they can't even walk the distance of a line. Pay is great but it is more than tough on the body, and isn't worth the amount of sexual innuendo that you will expected to put up with.
There was a ton of opportunity for a young woman engineer here, especially to move up. But the prevailing culture is that women ignore micro-aggressions and even behaviors such as being catcalled or excessively pardoned when men are cursing. The industry may have been a lot worse in the old days but now we should evolve and not tolerate as much bs as the women with boots on the ground often experience.
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How do women feel about working at Chevron? 53% think they are treated fairly and equally to men. 57% would recommend Chevron to other women, and women have a job satisfaction rating of 3.6 out of 5. What are the benefits at Chevron? Chevron offers 6 weeks of paid maternity leave, 26 weeks of unpaid maternity leave, healthcare, flextime, 401-k matching and on-site childcare. These benefits are based on tips anonymously submitted by Chevron employees.
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